Priorities: Any time you’re in a bad it is imperative that you prioritize the most most serious threats first and address them before the secondary threats. Any time you are in a bad spot in Jiu jitsu you will face multiple threats. Some will be more serious than others – make sure those are the first ones you address. Here, is in a critical situation. Because he is addressing the primary threat first (the strangle) he can remain calm and start making decisions as to how to deal with the secondary threat (the mount position). Bad is already bad enough without making it even worse by mistakenly trying to deal with secondary threats before primary threats.