Collar-and-elbow

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Hello wrestling fans. My name is Pretty Boy Larry Sharp.

It's a pleasure to have you here at the Monster Factory, and today we're going to teach some basic lesson maneuvers that stand around the world and are known around the world. I'll be doing them with Tommy and Mike.

The first thing that we're going to show you today is a Referee's Position or a Collar and Elbow.

Guys.

All right guys, the reason it's called a Collar and Elbow is because this hand goes to the collar bone, this hand goes to the elbow. Okay, it's the same for both men.

Like I said, it's a neutral position, it's a Referee's Position, and it's the basic way to start your wrestling match.

The thing that you do not want to let your opponent do is get behind you, okay? Once an opponent gets behind you, that gives him control.

But also, as a wrestler, what you want to do is get behind your opponent so that you can control him.

Right now you see the two opponents struggling. Each one wants to get behind the other guy, okay, so they can gain control of their opponent. The best way to avoid that is you push back a little bit, keep your hips back, and your legs bent at the knees.

That's your starter position. Again, it's a Collar and Elbow, or a Referee's Position.

Takedown from collar and elbow tie up

This is a simple take down from a collar and elbow tie up.

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My name is Larry Sharpe. We're at the Monster Factory today, and we're going to go from a Slam Position, to a Back Slide, into a Roll Up off of the ropes.

Okay, we're in a Collar and Elbow. Up for the Slam, Tommy drops behind his opponent, Waist Lock, runs him into the ropes, and this is a Roll Up. That is a Roll Up going into a Pinning Position.

We're in a Collar and Elbow. Go up for a Slam. Tommy slides behind, and goes into a Roll Up, into a Saturday Night Ride.

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Basic wrestling moves include a collar and elbow tie up, a go behind waist lock and a full nelson. Find out how to perform wrestling moves with help from a professional wrestler in this free video on wrestling moves.

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My name is Pretty Boy Larry Sharp, and today we're at the Monster Factory.

The next hold that we're going to demonstrate is the Twisting Wrist Lock.

Again they go to the Collar and Elbow. Now they're go to the Twisting Wrist Lock.

This, take both hands, you want to grip your fingers in here and you'll kind of like, you'll slide his arm down. Let me have it, please.

Okay, from this position here, you just slide your arm down until you control his wrist. Then you turn it away, take the second grip, then you get it, and now you're twisting the wrist, and that gives you this position here.

That's the Twisting Wrist Lock.

If you do get a Twisting Wrist Lock applied to you, there's several maneuvers to get out of it. One thing you might want to do is roll through, okay, if you can, before your opponent takes this into a Hammerlock.

Go ahead and roll through.

Reverse it.

Okay, Collar and Elbow. Mike takes the arm, twist it, wrist lock, and reversal.

Okay, we're going in for the wrist lock. Wrist lock's applied. Sometimes it's hard to get out of, and sometimes the path of least resistance is to the rope or the referee will break the hold.

And that's the Twisting Wrist Lock.

Collar and Elbow tie up now a Half Clench and elbow tie up.MTS

Standup Techniques: The Collar & Elbow Tie-up

The basics of the Collar & Elbow Tie-up with some basic applications - this tie-up is incredibly effective and powerful---mainly because the forearm is pressed into the opponent's chest (while gripping his neck)---this is both offensive and defensive in that you can control your opponent and prevent him from attacking you low.

Turk Drills w: Elbow Passes

Coach Fretwell, Roper and Kimbrell teaching bottom leg turk and incorporating that into clearing a collar tie with an elbow pass. Watch the CMP crew crush it.

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MG in Action - Collar and Elbow Control Hook Sweep, Guillotine from Butterfly

Instructional video from Four time Brazilian jiu-jitsu World Champion Marcelo Garcia. This is the man that Eddie Bravo calls the best in the world.

Collar and Elbow Control Hook Sweep, X Guard Entry, X Guard Takedown, Unbalance Sweep from X Guard

2 Part Technique - Force the opponent to expose something using a Hook Sweep. If the opponent posts a leg near you to prevent the sweep, release the Elbow Control to reach under for the X Guard Entry. Target a different X Guard Sweep depending on the opponent's weight placement and reactions in the position. If the opponent's weight is away, his leg will be light for the X Guard Takedown. Use the Unbalance Sweep if the opponent attempts to stand and unravel your X Guard Hooks.

Elbow Pass & Duck Under Combo - Takedowns for Wrestling and JiuJitsu

Awesome combo attack from a collat tie up. Love hitting both of these in JiuJitsu and Wrestling.

Keys to Success
- Build pressure by bluffing hard with your first move.
- Turn your shoulder 90 degree to make your opponent slip off your shoulder and neck
- Drill them over and over and over! Drillers make Killers!

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