How To Teach Wrestling
If the moves in wrestling were real, we'd see a lot of dead bodies, or else more injuries than what appears to be existing today. If a person applies pressure to the temples in real-life events it would knock out the victim, or else kill him/her if enough pressure is applied.
Some of the moves in wrestling would greatly hurt the average person. These reasons while acting out the moves have insulation, which are their mass bodies. Still, when the players deliver a punch, the fist hits the body, yet it does not present the impact that its staged to present.
One of the moves in wrestling that is obviously a play is the inverting face locks. The turn upside down face lock camel clutches is an alternative of the wrestling modus operandi utilized in the rings today. In this reposition the wrestlers situate them self at the rear of the challenger and turns him/her upside down, forcing the antagonist to the mat, whilst resting the players back, and wrenching back, stretching the upper body parts, including the décolletage. During wrestling if a person is upside down and smashed down to a mat on his/her head it is likely to hurt the neck, back, shoulders and other upper areas of the body. It makes sense to act out the moves then, since the object of wrestling is to pin the opponent, while seeking fame.
The Stone Cold Stunner is one of the moves that requires the wrestler to jump and kick and then throws blows to the opponent. Now logically if someone runs and kicks someone, especially being this huge, it would knock the person off their feet, thus throwing hand blows is unnecessary. During the move, the wrestler kicks the opponent in the chest and stomach area, and then grabs the head and brings him/her down to the mat.
The rock bottom move entails one wrestler using his arms to grab the opponent putting the opponents arm over his head (like a hug) and then the wrestler grabs the opponents back and slams him/her to the mat. The choke slam is similar, yet the wrestler grabs the wrestlers by his throat and then grabs the back of the player's neck, and slams the wrestler backward to the mat. This logically would cause great bodily harm. If all the moves in wrestling were real, wrestling would be out of business, since many wrestlers would die from the blows of the moves.
The tomb stone move is when a wrestler picks up the opponent in like a suplex move, and holds him upside down. And while the wrestler is dangling upside down, the wrestler drops to his/her knees with the head of the opponent hitting the mat. Ouch!
The big boot is a mere kick in the face. Even this move if enacted in real life could put a crutch on the victim. Wrestling then is fiction. If the acts were real, imagine the impact hospitals would experience?
At present, the art and science of licensed wrestling is problematical to converse. The archetypal holds, headlocks, technical moves, adventurous reversals, and switches are no more presented in the matches and this all resulting in the changes of the communal demands. Public these days is much more attracted by the staged shows, as it appears the observers lack the proper time and context required for technical displaying. While the majority of people realize that it is an act, the world is full of minds that is confused as to what wrestling really is, i.e. real or fiction