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Wrestling moves are tricky, since if you are not paying close attention you might believe the acts are real. At the moment I am slow to fill you in on the moves, since I am not a wrestling fan, however my son is, and he is going to give us the inside additions on wrestling moves to help you see it is fictional.
One of the older moves is the banana splits. Today, the move is known as the leg splits. During this move, one wrestling with both hands on the legs of the other wrestler splits the legs open as far as the legs will stretch. This move will force the wrestler to pin his/her own shoulders to the mat. If the wrestler in real life fails to submit, his/her legs would split some muscles, tendons, ligaments, etc.
The cobra clutches is another of the holds that would cause agony. The cobra moves is universally established as the cross chokes or arm locks. The challenger will come at the back the pugilist and exploit a single arm, placing it in the ½-nelson hold. The opponent will then use his/her arm to tug the wrestlers arm, pulling across the neckline, and choking as a result. The back clutch, or bombard is analogous since the wrestler is on his back with the opponent extending his arms upward from behind.
Rock Bottom moves entails the adversary placing his opponents arm over his shoulder. The wrestler then places the opponents arm over his/her shoulder then lifts and plunges forward onto the mat. During this attack, the challenger is hitting the mats head first, which if actually executed it would break some bones, or else cause some serious pain.
Choke slam entails the attacker placing a hand on the opponent and then lifts the arm on his opposite side, over his shoulder. Then he lifts the opponent and slams him to the mat.
Big Boot moves is a running attack, while lifting up his boot connecting to the face of his opponent. A slap in the face with a boot in other words, which would knock a person on his/her rear in NY minute, thus causing the person to feel mentally disturbed for a short time.
What makes wrestling is the fictional words, outfits, characters, and moves. If you think of the movie Superman, and how he dresses, you will see that without his outfit he wouldn't have the character appeal as Superman. Likewise, the wrestlers wear outfits that make them appear as though they are a super hero in the rings, indicting the villains. Each wrestler has his/her role in the ring. Most times, it is a bedside manner, while other times it depicts violence.
Wrestling has rules, as well as restrictions although the acts are fictional. Wrestlers must uphold the perimeters in the rings, as well as the codes of colors in the rings. There are also styles of wrestling, which include the folk style, freestyle and Greco Romanian styles. The styles have their own set of rules, however freestyle and folk style is similar in contrast. Most times in the rings, the styles are acted out so well that you won't know if the wrestlers are using the freestyle, folk style, or Greco style acts.
As for words, most of the moves are composed, which means a big cheese is out of site using his/her hands to direct the wrestlers in the rings. For the most part, wrestling is nothing more than an act with exemptions that at what time the KAYFABE is broken, a real fight might break out in the rings. KAYFABE is wrestling verbal communications
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