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How to Do a Collar-and-Elbow Hold | Wrestling Moves

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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.

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Takedown from collar and elbow tie up

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

Al Snow on Collar and Elbow brand, his career, wrestling "head"

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How to Do a Duck Under | Wrestling Moves

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Okay, this time we're going to take it from a Collar and Elbow or the Referee's Position and go to a Duck Under. That's one of the leading ways to get behind an opponent so you can gain control over him, and we'll show you right here how it's done.

Come on, guys.

Collar and Elbow, ducks under the elbow. If we can do it one more time, a little slower just so we can explain it a little bit better.

Go ahead and lock up.

Okay, he's pushing this arm up out of the way, ducking under the armpit. Okay, swinging behind, so he's ducking under, gaining control.

Okay, one of the things you don't want to do is let him get under your elbow. Okay? Because then he's going to get behind you and get control. If he does, that gives him the upper hand.

One of the things you do want to accomplish is the Duck Under. Get behind the guy and get a grip on him like a Waist Sock or a Full Nelson or a Hammerlock or a Twist and Wrist lock that we'll show a little bit later on.

You always want to get behind your opponent so you can grab a grip or a hold on him, that way you control him.

And like I said earlier, you do not want to let that wrestler get behind you and get that hold because then you'll have to fight again for control or at least an escape.

How to Do a Drop Toehold | Wrestling Moves

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My name is Pretty Boy Larry Sharpe. We're here at the Monster Factory. Now, we're going to demonstrate a Drop Toehold.

Okay, the first one will be from the standing position. There you have a Drop Toehold.

This is a little bit fancier version than the basic model, but it's very efficient that way. And, once he has his opponent down, he'll make sure to push back on this, until he has time to reach back, grab it with his hand, and get into the hold that he wants to get into from there.

Collar and Elbow, Headlock. As Mike pushes up through a partial Duck Under, he gets halfway around his opponent's body, scissors the legs, twists it, and that results in the Drop Toehold. And he'll go from there, to the position that he wants, which could be one of many. The Stepover Toehold, such as that. Or, a Scissors. Or, a move to the Headlock.

It depends. When you're working in a wrestling match, if you're wrestling someone, you want to try to get to the same body part all the time, whether it's an arm, whether it's a head, or whether it's a leg.

So, that wrestler has a story in mind of what he wants to do to his opponent. So, therefore, he'll keep going back to that same body part. The theory behind that is wear that part down until it's sore, it hurts, and then you can take control of your wrestler. That is a Drop Toehold.
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Wrestling Moves & Techniques : Wrestling Moves

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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Bio: Bruno Sassi, better known as Sally Boy, is co-owner of Coastal Championship Wrestling and Rocco & Sally Boy's Main Event Training Academy.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

Series Description: Using proper wrestling moves and techniques can be the difference between winning or getting pinned. Learn more holds and moves with help from a professional wrestler in this free video series on wrestling moves and techniques.

How to Do a Shoulder Shrug Off the Rope | Wrestling Moves

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My name is Pretty Boy Larry Sharpe. We're at the Monster Factory, and the next thing we will demonstrate is the Shoulder Shrug Off the Rope.

Okay, the wrestlers lock up, Collar and Elbow. One pushes the other into the rope. He pulls back, keeping hold of his harm, and sits to his right hip, maintains the hold. That is a Shoulder Shrug off the Top Rope.

Al Snow Launches New Business: COLLARxELBOW Has Arrived

Al Snow Launches New Business: COLLARxELBOW Has Arrived
A new era has dawned for sports apparel with the launch of COLLARxELBOW (collarandelbowbrand.com).

The name COLLARxELBOW comes from the opening grapple of a wrestling match. Like its namesake, COLLARxELBOW is the beginning, coming from a place of limitless possibilities, built by a performance dependent on one another.

COLLARxELBOW is the brainchild of Al Snow, a career wrestler and training coach for over 30 years. Al’s enthusiasm developing talent is expressed in his brand, which is founded on that same spirit of camaraderie.

Al Snow’s enthusiasm for building win/win relationships is echoed in the mission of the company: “If you aren’t successful, we aren’t successful.” COLLARxELBOW promotes the interaction between the apparel company, their ambassadors, fans, and anyone who has a passion for wrestling. Success for the company is firmly entrenched in the development of the partnership between themselves, the athletes, and the fans. The brand speaks to the athlete and the fan—the fan in all of us.

“This isn’t my company—this is our company,” Al says of the company’s purpose. “This is our brand, for all of us who love wrestling. It belongs to us.”

Like a match unfolding, on August 1st, 2017, the summer line will launch and everyone, regardless the athlete, can enjoy the show.

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Collar and Elbow was founded on the traditional values of professional wrestling: two entities working together to create a product intended to connect with people on an emotional level. It should be a symbiotic relationship where one cannot flourish without the other. We strive to create a product that embodies our passion for professional wrestling expressed through street fashion.

For more information, visit the COLLARxELBOW website: and follow them on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @collarxelbow

Al Snow talks Ronda Rousey, Women's Revolution, Collar and Elbow Apparel

Former WWE superstar Al Snow spoke to The Roman Show about Ronda Rousey transitioning to pro wrestling, women's revolution, TNA Knockouts, Collar and Elbow Apparel and more.
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Hip toss from collar elbow

Tecnica Hip toss from collar elbow

Lutas curiosas: Collar-and-elbow

Diários de uma Guerreira, nessa série Lutas, conta um pouco sobre a Collar-and-elbow, que nasceu na Irlanda mas tornou-se famosa nos Estados Unidos.
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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.

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Wrestling is one of the oldest Martial Art, It is also mentioned in many ancient religious books. In the Ramayana. The Mahabharata, The Old Testament, Greek Mythology, The Book of Genesis, The Iliad, The Epic of Gilgamesh, Rustam of the Shahnameh (Book Of Kings). The origins of wrestling go back 15,000 years through cave drawings. Babylonian and Egyptian reliefs show wrestlers using most of the holds known in the present-day sport. Ancient Romans also adopted Wrestling. Many countries also include wrestling in training of soldiers. During the Middle Ages (5th century to 15th century) wrestling remained popular in France, Japan and England. Wrestling soon became popular all over the world. From time to time, experts made changes in Wrestling, Some of the techniques were removed, some of the techniques were added and they gave it a new name according of their country and language. Now, there are so many styles of Wrestling.
Like - Greek Wrestling, it was a popular form of martial art, at least in Ancient Greece (about 1100 to 146 BC). A point was scored when one player touched the ground with his back, hip or shoulder. Wrestling was the first competition to be added to the Olympic Games that was not a footrace. It was added in 708 B.C. In the 6th century B.C., Milo of Croton was one of the most famous wrestlers from this ancient time period.
Milo was a 6-time Olympic victor (between 536 and 520 BCE)
10 time at Isthmian Games
9 at the Nemean Games
And 7 time Pythian Games Winner
The strength of Milo was so much that people used to call him superhuman and Hercules. Milo was also said to have carried a bull on his shoulders and he used to tear a tree apart with their hands.
Pankration was made by combining Wrestling and Boxing then the kicks were included, and it was introduced into the Greek Olympic Games in 648 BC.
Greek wrestling was absorbed by the Roman culture and became Roman wrestling during the period of the Roman Empire (510 BC to AD 500). It was like Greek wrestling they just removed the Brutality from it.
Jiao di- Over 6,000 years ago, the earliest Chinese term for wrestling. It was changed to Shuai Jiao in 1928. It is also called the ancient jacket wrestling. It is also a part of Police and Military training in China.
Jujutsu first began during the Sengoku period of the Muromachi period combining various Japanese martial arts, Later this art was transformed into judo by Jigoro Kano in 1882 since 1964, Judo is an Olympic Game.
Irish Wrestling Developed in the 17th Century and it is also called Collar-and-Elbow Wrestling.
Catch wrestling is a classical hybrid grappling style and combat sport developed in Britain circa 1870 by J.G Chambers and it is also known as Catch-as-Catch-can Wrestling.
Sambo- is a Russian martial art. This art combines the techniques of Greco-Roman, Freestyle, Judo, Jujitsu, European folk Wrestling, Catch Wrestling and Fencing.
Oil wrestling is also called grease wrestling because the wrestlers douse themselves with olive oil and Oil wrestling is the national sport of Turkey.
Puroresu and Sumo Wrestling are Japanese Wrestling
Lucha libre is Mexican Professional Wrestling
Schwingen Wrestling is also known as Swiss wrestling.
Collegiate Wrestling is also known as Scholastic Wrestling.
Indian wrestling is also called Kushti and Pehlwani
Apart from these, there are different styles of wrestling are popular with different names in many countries like- Lancashire wrestling, beach wrestling, belt wrestling etc.
Apart from Boxing, Judo, Taekwondo and Karate, wrestling is also an Olympic sport and this includes two styles of wrestling Greco-Roman Wrestling and Freestyle Wrestling.
Greco-Roman Wrestling was developed by a Napoleonic soldier named Jean Exbrayat. He called his style of wrestling flat hand wrestling.
In 1848, Exbrayat established the rule that no holds below the waist were to be allowed; neither were painful holds or torsions that would hurt the opponent. The Italian wrestler Basilio Bartoletti first coined the term Greco-Roman for the sport to underline the interest in ancient values. And it is also known as French Wrestling.
t was contested at the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 and has been included in every edition of the summer Olympics held since 1908.
Freestyle wrestling, like collegiate wrestling, has its greatest origins in catch-as-catch-can wrestling. Freestyle wrestling became an Olympic event, in 1904.



Disclaimer: These facts are based on my knowledge and I do not certify any fact. All the pictures and videos used here are the property of their respective owners and copyright holders and are used here just for information and educational purpose only.

ACA demonstration of head drive from collar and elbow

American Combat Association president Matthew Granimal Granahan demonstrates how to use the top of your head to destroy your opponent from a collar and elbow tie up on some collegiate wrestlers from the Citadel at the American Combat Summer Camp in Chapin South Carolina
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Collar and Elbow tie up now a Half Clench and elbow tie up.MTS

Real Impact Pro Wrestling Spot One

This video is a simple collar and elbow tie up, with a headlock and shoulder tackle, crossover and an attempted (but ducked) clothesline and back elbow. followed by a hip toss and arm drag

Collar-and-Elbow - As Raízes do Pro Wrestling (2/4)

No segundo episódio da série Raizes do Pro Wrestling, vamos falar de um dos três estilos que moldaram a luta livre moderna: o Collar-and-Elbow.

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Collar and Elbow was founded on the traditional values of professional wrestling: two entities working together to create a product intended to connect with people on an emotional level. It should be a symbiotic relationship where one cannot flourish without the other. We strive to create a product that embodies our passion for professional wrestling expressed through street fashion.

For more information, visit the COLLARxELBOW website: and follow them on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @collarxelbow

Torture Chamber Pro Wrestling Dojo: Collar & Elbow Tie up Drills

Torture Chamber Pro Wrestling Dojo is Quebec's premier wrestling school. Situated in 10015 De Bruxelles Montreal Quebec Canada. TCPro emphasizes the following, break-falls, rolls, basic fundamentals of chain & mat wrestling, body throws, submissions. The curriculum also include ring presence & psychology, microphones skills, & conducting one's self in a professional manner in and out of the ring. The dojo is owned & operated by Dru Onyx. If you want a proper introduction & education, this is the school.YOUR EXCUSES ARE YOUR OWN

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