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One of the most dangerous moves in wrestling includes the Iron Claws. In this move, the player uses two fingers to grasp the temples of the other players head. The temple is one of the most sensitive parts of the entire body. If a person clutches, or hits a person in the temple it could kill them instantly if enough pressure is applied. While most people know this, the claw moves have been utilized in the rings for sometime now, and the results is I didn't see that.
I said it before and I will say it again. Wrestling is not a sport anymore. Other moves in wrestling lead to serious injury, yet the moves are often overlooked. Most times the wrestling officials layout rules in which the wrestlers are to follow, however since the game now revolves around violence the rules are often disregarded.
The camel clutch is another of the painful moves in wrestling. The wrestling positions self behind the challenger, bending his arms backward while the challenger is face up on the mat, and the opponent is holding the challenger in a chokehold. Yet are these moves real?
During some moves in the rings, a person taking such blows would end up injured for life or in the grave. The wrestlers then make the moves appear so real that they go to the extent of removing a wrestler from WWE, WWF, or other matches making the audience believe that the challengers are dismembered due to injury. The problem is, wrestling is encouraging violence whether it is play or not. Most times the group of wrestlers, managers, officials, etc will send out messages that are received by one party or another and this message issues a halt of the match.
Nowadays, this showy scenes is not a sporting event, it is a gimmick to lure young minds into trivia. Image the people that watch these programs. I personally don't allow it in my home, yet I hear about this so-called sport all the time. How does it work?
Wrestling is not a battle of agony then, where death and life is the result. The strategies are to pin down the opponent to gain fame. Accordingly, the wrestling must be trained accordingly, as well as having sufficient skills to master his opponent without causing harm. Most people in the ring are battling verbally nowadays, and some of the words slang in the rings would get the average person tossed in jail.
If you notice these people up close, you will see that most of the hits, slams, etc are merely acts, yet the wrestlers will cause minimal harm to the other wrestler. The gut busters is one of the holds in wrestling that entails lifting the opponents shoulder and dropping it down to his/her knees, and the challengers abdomen hit's the opponents shoulder. Image if this really happen? If someone slammed an abs down on the shoulders, it would hurt immensely.
How does it work? It works like any television program, i.e. it works like an act and looks like the real thing. Still, injury occurs. The point of the pastime then is to pin the other actor to the mat. In most moves played in the ring, the player will battle, using moves, and finally putting the challenger in the submission holds or else pins him/her to the mats. As luck would have it, several of the moves have the same titles, yet the players will often use different names.
The claws of wrestling come in many forms. The claws will either make or break a wrestler's appearance on television although most moves are an act
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