submission hold

submission hold

Sports medicine A hold–eg, a choke-hold, or joint-lock used in wrestling or ultimate fighting in which the receiver is virtually incapacitated. See Ultimate fighting.
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His moves include the Helter Skelter corkscrew brain buster and the Shankly Gates submission hold.
Although Osenio managed to break the submission hold and return to her feet, Xiong charged right back and drilled Osenio with a volley of crisp punches.
He added: "With a submission hold there's not much he can do.
The bad blood was indeed real, and it took Al Selwady less than one round to lock up Aziz in a submission hold forcing him to give up before his bones break or he goes unconscious.
In the final meeting, Ibraimov met against Azamat Zhantuduyev and defeated him during the second round by submission hold.
The TNA Impact Wrestling World Tours puts a submission hold on Matthew Knight Arena at 7:30 p.
Starting off the day, Tanimoto countered an attack by Venezuelan Ysis Barreto in her first match, manhandling her opponent to get a mount before placing her in an ironclad submission hold.
In the second round Bisping was caught with a knee to the head which he admitted afterwards he did not see coming, and almost found himself in a submission hold that seemed to lead to the end of the fight.
current edition of WWF Magazine shows in intricate detail how wrestler Chris Benoit performs his trademark Crippler Crossface - "arguably the most feared submission hold in the sport".
Balor nailed Reigns with a Sling Blade and connected with a Coup de Grace, but Joe took the opportunity to come from behind and lock in his dreaded submission hold to knock his former NXT foe unconscious.
Initially, the final didn't go according to plan as at one stage, Antony found himself on the wrong end of a submission hold.