That's right, grappler. Because, armbars don't submit people. People submit people. And, you have a fundamental God given and Constitutional right to bear your arms and legs against your fellow grapplers, and choke them with said arms and legs.
More to the point, check out Dave Camarillo's (Guerilla Jiu Jitsu) fine explanation of what he calls machine gun submissions, which is basically his version of what you'd call a lock flow in Catch Wrestling. Heed his words; it's essential to build up your skill set to be able to make a run on an opponent in this way. It keeps him/her on the defensive, allowing you to dominate and eventually win the fight (even if the first or second attacks fail).