As you are passing and trying to establish side control, your opponent grabs around your leg to attempt a single leg. Lean on your opponent to prevent them from easily coming up. First, feed your arm under their arm. Grab your opponents wrist with your free arm and use your other arm to grab your own wrist. From here, your first option is to sit back and figure four lock your legs around your opponents other arm. When your opponents clasps their hands, kick out with your legs and pull their elbow toward your chest to break their grip. As you shrimp out and step your top leg over, your opponent escapes their arm. Your opponent may try to come up, but they cannot because you are pushing with your kimura grip. Shrimp out, bring your shin to their hip, push them back, and step your free leg over their head. Step your other leg over and pinch your knees together. Release the kimura grip and cup your own hip with the hand that was grabbing your own wrist. Use your free hand to break your opponents clasping hands. Grab their wrist, pinch your knees together and finish with a straight arm bar.