The kimura don't need no ones help in being a brutally badass grappling technique Still, a couple of years ago, David Avellan and his "kimura trap" system came along and elevated the trusty shoulder-destroyer to new heights, giving it its very own "game."
Enter the technique below, featuring Eric Uresk and brought to us by Phuket Top Team. It's a clean and relatively simple way to get to the kimura trap entry point from a single leg defense. The hard part, as I see it, is spinning off of the sprawl/head stuff to the get behind your opponent after the shot. You'll see what I mean when you watch this. Do it, but remember to be gentle on your teammates shoulders (unless your teammate is named Len).