Please forward this error 15 second handstand pdf to sharedip-10718044127. They are sometimes also called “power” maneuvers, as they are meant to emphasize a wrestler’s strength. Many of these moves are used as finishers by many wrestlers.
Many maneuvers are known by several different names. Moves are listed under general categories whenever possible. An armbreaker is any move in which the wrestler slams the opponent’s arm against a part of the wrestler’s body, usually a knee or shoulder. From this point, the wrestler places their leg in front of the opponent’s opposite leg, and falls backwards, causing the opponent’s arm to be slammed into the mat. Also called a single arm DDT, this variation of the armbreaker involves the attacking wrestler grabbing the opponent’s left or right arm, holding it across their chest and then falling backwards, dropping the opponent face first as well as damaging the opponent’s arm and shoulder. A wrestler dives from the ropes and lands on the opponent’s arm.
The wrestler grabs one of the opponent’s arms, jumps and connects both their knees against the opponent’s stretched arm. As the wrestler falls onto their back they forces the opponent’s arm down into both knees, thus damaging it. A move in which the wrestler uses their opponent’s momentum to the opponent’s disadvantage. The wrestler hooks the opponent’s arm and flips them over on to the mat. The wrestler may roll on to their side to give the move extra momentum. This move is performed when an opponent runs towards the wrestler facing them. When the opponent is in range, the wrestler hooks the opponent’s near arm with both hands and falls backwards forcing the wrestler’s own momentum to cause them to flip forwards over the head of the wrestler and on to their back.
The wrestler grabs their opponent’s arm, then turns to face the other direction and pulls the opponent over their shoulder. A move in which the wrestler goes behind an opponent, then puts their head under the opponent’s shoulder. They then lift their opponent up, and drops them tailbone-first on the wrestler’s knee. The wrestler then lifts the opponent into the air and falls into a seated position, driving the opponent tailbone-first on to the mat. A backbreaker refers to professional wrestling moves in which a wrestler drops an opponent so that the opponent’s back impacts or is bent backwards against a part of the wrestler’s body, usually the knee.