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How To: Do the Pedigree pro wrestling move

First of all there is warning that nothing that you are going to see in this video tutorial should not be done at home without the supervision of the trained professionals. The opponent kicks you in the gut with his toe. Now you have to bend down and this pose is also called ‘classic bent over position’. Now you have to stick your head into the opponent’s thigh. Now you have to force the opponent to land on his face in spite of him trying to avoid the fall. In the first place you have to hold...

How To: Do a half nelson in wrestling

A half nelson is a modification of the nelson wrestling hold in which you pin your opponent down by passing one hand under the arm of the opponent and locking your hand at the opponent's neck so he can't move. This is a basic though super effective wrestling move used commonly in amateur wrestling. During the move, it's recommended to pin your opponent's hand down with your free hand so he can't break out of the half nelson.

How To: Pin someone in wrestling using a keylock

Mark Ashworth demonstrates how to do a keylock. A keylock, or a bent armlock, figure-four armlock, or ude-garami, is a wrestling move in which the opponent's forearm is held and turned around laterally. Watch this video wrestling tutorial and learn how to pin someone using a keylock.

How To: Perform an outside single leg to double (knee tap) in wrestling

If you're interested in taking up wrestling, and need to learn some great moves, this next tutorial may have something new for you. In this video, you'll be finding out how to perform an outside single leg to double or knee tap in wrestling. It's a move that is very effective and can take down your opponent in a matter of seconds, if done correctly. And in order to do it correctly, check out the video above, practice and good luck!

How To: Do Ric Flair's classic Face Bump wrestling move

Ever wonder how WWE star Ric Flair did his face bump? Will now you will know how. This is when Ric Flair would come out of his corner and just fall flat on his face. To do this move you need to do a controlled fall. You kick out one of your legs to start your fall. When you fall you want to fall with most of your weight into your lead shoulder and chest. So, if you fall to your left you want you left shoulder and chest to absorb most of the weight. Use your other hand out to break your fall b...

How To: Perform a regular or vertical suplex wrestling move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the vertical or regular suplex wrestling move. Begin by setting up the move with a toe kick to the opponent and then wrap your arm around the opponent's neck with a light grip. Then put the opponent's arm loosely around your neck. Grab the opponent's attire as they hold onto your hip. Then both you and your opponent need to crouch together and push up. This video provides a visual demonstration for viewers to easily follow along. This video...

How To: Do Chris Jericho's CodeBreaker wrestling move

This video tells us the method to do the CodeBreaker move in wrestling. You may or may not run forward. You can jump using your right or left leg. Bring the knees below your opponent's collar bone and keep them close together. Wear knee pads for safety. Hold your opponent's head below the ear or above the ear. Keep your body tight and together during this move. As a defender, do not resist the opponent. Fall down with their weight. If you are taller, you should spread out your feet more than ...

How To: Perform the abdominal stretch wrestling move

This video illustrates the quick and easy method to Perform the abdominal stretch wrestling move . The process is comprised of the following steps:Step 1: Before performing this move make sure you are aware of the consequences of these moves if they are not done in a proper manner.Step 2: Just keep your hand in the front and raise your leg. Punch hard with one hand and move the other one backward.Step 3: Now , move the other hand forward to punch in the air. Move both hands backward at the sa...

How To: Do Shawn Michaels' turnbuckle flip wrestling move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do the Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair turnbuckle flip wrestling move. Begin by running towards the turnbuckle and grab the middle rope with both of your hands. Make sure the your lower back makes contact with the top turnbuckle. Flips your legs over and make sure that you land on the left side. to practice for this move, do some handstands on the middle rope and slowly flipping yourself over to the left side. This video will benefit those viewers who...

How To: Perform Jeff Hardy's Twist of Fate wrestling move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform Jeff Hardy's Twist of Fate wrestling move. Begin by setting the opponent up with a toe kick. This will force the opponent into a bending position. Then grip their head in a DDT position. Then do a pose with the other hand. Now twist your body around, so that your other arm goes underneath their chin. Do not wrap the arm under the opponent's mouth. As you come down together, kick your bodies away from each other to prevent any contact in the...

How To: Do a choke slam WWE style

In this instructional video you will learn how the WWE choke slam is performed. Be sure to understand the stunts performed should not be done by just anybody but by professionals. Now, whoever the attacker is they want to place their right hand on the very top of the defenders chest, and once that happens the defender will take his left arm and hold the attackers arm like he's actually being choked. Next, the attacker will put the defenders right arm over his right shoulder and the attacker d...

How To: Do a butterfly suplex

John, with Your Guide to Pro Wrestling, demonstrates how to do a butterfly suplex. The butterfly suplex should only be done with supervision by trained professionals. To do a butterfly suplex, lead in with a toe kick and bring your foot up into your opponent's stomach and then down. Hit your opponent in the classic bent over position. The set up for the move is similar to the pedigree. The difference is that you want to get your opponents head on your side instead of between your legs. Hook y...

How To: Become a pro wrestler

It takes more than a kicky costume to become a professional wrestler. Start young to build up your basic wrestling skills and athleticism. To turn pro you’re going to need some acting flare, love for performing and a little luck.