This Leg Drag Option Works Great Against A Strong Knee Line (Supine Guard)

The leg drag is a passing position where you control the opponent’s hip by dragging the leg towards one side. Early variants of the leg drag have been seen in competitions since the early 90s. It was used as an alternative option to failed toreando and stack pass attempts. It was also seen in the 2000s, used explicitly by BJJ greats like Fernando “Tererê” Augusto and Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeiro.

So you’ve managed to pin the training partner’s leg and you’re almost past their guard.
But they’re now using their knee and are posting it against your chest. What are you supposed to do?

Well, you could always go for a Leg Drag!
Here is how to use the Leg Drag in this situation, as explained by Isaac Doederlein:

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