I have tried to incorporate splicers, but they are very difficult to get w/o a gi after about 2 minutes of rolling.
Triangle's seem to be the most effective submission in no GI. I'd suggest working on different setups for the triangle. Like failed armbar to triangle transitions. There is also the reverse triangle.
What about the infamous gogoplata, ever try that?
It's hard to pull off a sub when people muscle the hell out of you and keep there base. The good news is that they tire themselves out eventually.
The darce sub was pretty sick! I would like to see him pull it off while the other guy was fighting. Good stuff.
How about the Cobra Hold? Is that practical?
good thread. i learn a lot today
Have you looked a any leg/ankle submissions? I've noticed that lots of guys overlook these and the current game most guys have right now leaves them wide open for it (at some point at least). One of the reason I think most people are neglecting these b/c they are not a easy to lock. However, if you've ever been on the receiving end you'll see a whole new world of pain.
Not being a part of BJJ is why I thing they are wide open right now. Most of your MMA guys are getting their ground training from BJJ guys and they haven't seen them that much. Add a couple of the easier, faster ones to your tool set... ones that you can set up while he's on his back and you're standing (like after you stand up out of his guard) and I think you'd be surprised how often you can get it. They are just not expecting it.