Free Wanderley Jiu-Jitsu Technique of the Week: UNDERHOOK WRIST CONTROL

As the sport evolves, the Underhook is being used by seasoned veterans and newer MMA fighters alike. By establishing Underhooks you keep your opponent’s arms above yours which can mean the difference between standing and fighting, or being dragged to the ground by a stronger grappler.

In this week’s free training technique replay video Roufusport MMA Academy Head Carlson Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Professor Daniel Wanderley and his son Gabriel teach a solid Underhook Wrist Control setup that will help secure a guillotine finish against the cage.

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Carlson Gracie Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Professor Daniel Wanderley was born in the beautiful beach city of Recife, Brazil. He began his Jiu-Jitsu training in 2000 and within 5 years he earned his Black Belt. His original teacher, Gutenberg Melo, began training BJJ in 1976 and earned his Black Belt from Carlson Gracie, Sr. in 1992.

In 2005, Daniel arrived in Chicago, IL, to train specifically with Carlson Gracie, SR, and taught at the Carlson Gracie Academy. When Carlson Gracie, Sr. died in 2006, Daniel returned at the invitation of Carlson Gracie, Jr. to teach at the Carlson Gracie Academy.

In Fall of 2013 Daniel Wanderley brought his talents and experience to Roufusport where he is Head Jiu-Jitsu instructor.

• 2018 Atlanta Spring International Open Gi Champion
• 2018 Denver International Open No Gi Champion
• 2018 Denver International Open Gi Champion
• 2018 Chicago Spring International Open Gi Absolute 3rd place
• 2018 Chicago Spring International Open Gi 2nd place
• 2018 San Francisco International Open Gi 2nd place
• 2018 Atlanta Winter International Open Gi Absolute 2nd place
• 2018 Atlanta Winter International Open Gi 2nd place
• 2017 World No Gi 2nd place
• 2016 Brazilian National No Gi 3rd place
• 2016 Brazilian National No Gi Absolute Champion
• 2016 IBJJF American National Gi Champion
• 2016 NAGA Gi Champion
• 2015  IBJJF Chicago Summer Gi and No-Gi Champion
• 2014 NAGA No Gi Expert Division Champion
• 2014 IBJJF World No-Gi Silver Medal
• 2014 IBJJF Chicago Summer Open Gi Silver Medal
• 2014 IBJJF Chicago Summer Open No-Gi Silver in Weight Class and Silver in Open
• 2014 IBJJF Las Vegas Summer Open Gi Silver Medal
• 2014 IBJJF Las Vegas Spring Open Gi Bronze Medal
• 2013 UFC Fan Expo/Grappler’s Quest No-Gi Advanced Champion
• 2013 IBJJF Dallas Open Champion
• 2013 IBJJF New York Open Champion
• 2013 IBJJF Chicago Winter Open No-Gi 3rd Place
• 2012 IBJJF Pan Ams Silver Medal
• 2012 IBJJF No-Gi World Bronze Medal
• 2011 IBJJF Pan Ams Champion
• 2010 IBJJF Pan Ams Champion
• 2010 IBJJF No-Gi World Silver Medal
• 11X NAGA Champion at Expert Division
• Professional MMA Fighter

Roufusport Instructors Licensed by the State of Wisconsin-Department of Safety and Professional Services.

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