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How To: Perform the Oklahoma Roll pro wrestling pin move

The Oklahoma Roll is a great wrestling move that can be used when an opponent has been beating up pretty badly, and he's in pain struggling to get up. It's very opportunistic but also simple and is used to pin your opponent into submission. You do this by coming off the ropes and doing a forward roll over your opponent. You want your head to stay close to their body so that your head is coming across to the other side of his stomach while you're rolling over. While doing this you'll need to t...

How To: Do a bodyslam in pro wrestling

In this video, we learn how to do a body slam in pro wrestling. This is very basic and a regular body slam, which anyone can do. First, you will walk into each other and throw the other person's arm over your shoulder. Then, you will pick up the persons so their legs are over your shoulders. When you do this, the person should place their arm on your hip so they don't slip and fall off when you pick them up. If he doesn't do this, then the move will look sloppy and far less professional. Reme...

How To: Perform the sleeper hold and cobra clutch move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform a sleeper hold and cobra clutch move. For the sleeper hold, begin the setup with a kick to the gut and an elbow to the back. Then wrap your right arm around the opponents head. Use the other hand to hold the opponent's head and tuck the right arm underneath to lock the hold. For the cobra clutch, grab the opponent's left wrist with your right arm. Then slip your left arm underneath and hold on your shoulder. This video will benefit those vi...

How To: Do Randy Orton's RKO pro wrestling move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform Randy Orton's RKO pro wrestling move, which is a variation of the ace cutter. In this video, the RKO is set up by throwing the opponent into the turnbuckle. The opponent has to face towards the turnbuckle and then slowly turn towards you. As they turn towards you, you will need to jump high with your right arm underneath their chin. Both hands should be holding the back of the opponent's head. This move is all about timing, and performing a...

How To: Do the Spear Finishing Move of Bill Goldberg & Roman Reigns

Many superstars have fallen to the devastating power and destruction of the finisher wrestling move known as the Spear. Among the wrestling superstars who have made this move incredibly popular are Edge, Rhino, Bill Goldberg, and the up and coming superstar Roman Reigns. In this professional wrestling video tutorial you will learn the basic concept and performance of the Spear.

How To: Perform Jeff Hardy's Swanton Bomb pro wrestling move

In this video, John shows us how to perform Jeff Hardy's Swanton Bomb pro wrestling move. Start out by jumping off the corner top of the ring. Make sure you stand there for a few seconds to center yourself and make sure you're balanced. Then, you will twist your body so it flips over and you land on your back. Keep your body straight and make sure you don't land on your head. Once you have found your balance on the jump off location, spread your feet out and make your arms at your side like a...

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: Do the "Attitude Adjustment" pro wrestling move

John shows us how to do the "Attitude Adjustment" pro wrestling move. Remember not to do this at home, only under the supervision of professionals! What you do, is start off by kicking them in the stomach, then throw their arm over your shoulder. Reach in under their knee to get a good grip, then carry them over your shoulders. You should have one hand on your shoulder and one on your hip. Then, when the other person gives the signal, you can throw them down to the ground. This will look like...

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 the "Spear" pro wrestling move

In this free video professional wrestling lesson, we learn how to perform the "Spear" wrestling move in a pro ring. For a detailed, step-by-step breakdown of this crowd-pleasing pro wrestling move, and to learn how to perform it yourself, watch this wrestling tutorial!

How To: Do the DDT pro wrestling move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the DDT wrestling move. Begin by setting up the move with a toe kick, forcing the opponent to bend over. While standing, wrap your arm around the opponent's neck. Users may choose to give a signal before they execute the move by slapping the opponent's back. When you go down, do not keep the grip on the opponent. As you go down, loosen your arm so that the opponent can pop their head out and prevent any real injury. This video will benefit ...

How To: Do the Figure 4 leg-lock wrestling move

Professional Wrestler John will show you how to perform a Figure-4 leg lock, step by step. He first leads in with a Snap Suplex to put his opponent on the ground, and then demonstrates a proper Figure-4 Leg Lock. John then talks you through the entire process, while demonstrating. He first instructs you to grab your opponent’s left leg, lift their foot up, and step in with your right foot while bringing your left foot over their hip to their other side. Extend and bend their knee, and then br...

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