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    The X-pass in BJJ is really just an advanced version of the toreando (“bull fighter”) pass, but like most innovations on existing techniques in jiu jitsu, it works against a much more educated range of competitor. We’ll take a look at what has now become the “classic” X-pass, then take a quick look at a simple variation that works extremely well against reverse De La Riva guard (RDLR) and other types of hooks. The name “X-pass” comes from the crisscross motion you’re making with your arms (and with your partner’s legs in relation to their upper body positioning).

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