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The arm moves in wrestling include the arm breakers, arm drags, over the shoulder arm drags, arm swings, etc. The arm bar take down is another of the moves in wrestling. The arm bar attacks by forcing the arm of the opponent downward.
The challenger feels the strain about the shoulder, and the assailant will then grip the arm and bar handles of the body extending the arms length wise. The shoulder is eventually dropped to the mats. This is a pin in most instances unless the wrestler can wiggle his/her way out of the hold.
The arm breakers include slamming of the arms, typically on an area of the opponent's body where it will hurt. Usually the pin ends with the scissors, where the wrestler's legs are crossed over the challenger's body, holding his/her shoulders down to the mat.
The various moves look damning in the rings, but the fact is the moves are fakes, i.e. a showy display to grab attention. The actors will reenact the scenes long before they step in the ring and are trained to send out messages, which often end the match.
The moves are intense on television, simply because the cameras and other distractions throw off the audience. Wrestling is similar to magicians and how they work. Magicians often role-play their acts before they hit the stage. There is always a gimmick or explanation, yet the magician does his act so smoothly and the audience is so distracted, that the magician makes people believe he/she is the real thing.
The arm drags include using force by getting the opponent in a hook move, and then the player flips the challenger to the mats. Most of the moves are invented by one or the other wrestler, and thus it becomes a popular move. Some of the older moves included the Gallatin, Banana Split, etc.
The over the shoulder move should be called the body slamming since the opponent will throw the challenger over his shoulder, slamming him/her into the mat. At one time, this was probably a slammer, but today it is the shoulder, arm throw move.
The wringer or is another of the arm moves in wrestling which is sometimes known as the spin wrist lock hold. The move is often followed by the Irish Thrash moves, mallet locks, and gouges.
Other arm moves include the arm stretches, arm breakers, arm wringer, arm locks, arm bar, arm scissors, etc. While the arm moves are famous in the ring, there are many new moves today that you would have never heard of when wrestling first begin in ancient days. The Amityville Horror is one of the modern moves in wrestling. Although, I haven't figured out what this move entails, we are about to learn together.
Right now, from what I see the Amityville is just a ploy to lead people into renting or buying the movie. As for the moves, I did see it listed in the list of wrestling moves; however, as for now no information is available to learn what this move entails. The moves are basically brands from the wrestlers, therefore what I'm assuming is that the wrestling felt he acted out one of the most horrific moves in wrestling, thus he named it the Amityville.
How do moves get roaring? The moves start when a wrestler in the ring brings in something new, thus, it becomes are trademark and popular final move in the rings. Ok, let's back up a moment, I found the Amityville. It is a trade move that gives the left, and up, and punch while in a match