I've seen Diaz use the Kimura on two guys, Josh Neer and Joe Hurley, and he finished it the same both times. When he goes to step over the head he like, walks his whole body over to the side where he's holding the arm and then cranks it from there. He broke Hurley's arm doing it, but I've never seen it done that way before. Is there a reason he does it different than most fighters?
he's said before that it makes is tighter - I think it's just something that works for him; a matter of personal preference