Here is another example of the the ankle trip throw – for the judo savvy that’s what I call sasae tsurikomi ashi for self defense simplicity. This is done no-gi.
It works off a duck under on a lazy elbow, or a looping drunky-punch.
It is the same throw, but you can see from a different entry here.
Go to knee-to-belly and check the topmost arm for your decision-point:
Continue to ground control or disengage?
We don’t always have to keep fighting on the ground, as in the academy or a competition, taking side control or some other entangled dominant position, and should not be training that way.