armlock

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arm·lock

 (ärm′lŏk′)
n.
A hold in wrestling and martial arts in which the opponent's arm is immobilized, often by flexing or extending the opponent's elbow or shoulder joint.

armlock

(ˈɑːmˌlɒk) wrestling
n
a hold in which an opponent's arm is gripped in such a manner that it cannot be moved. This is often used with the intention of forcing the opponent into submission.
vb (tr)
to grip a person's arm in such a manner that it cannot be moved
Translations

armlock

[ˈɑːmˈlɒk] Nllave f de brazo
to hold sb in an armlockinmovilizar a algn con una llave
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Rousey took the first meeting with Tate during their tenure in Strikeforce back in March 2012, scoring a submission win via arm bar 4:27 into the first round as a 4/1 favorite.
The arm bar submission wins and recently Rousey's standups wins are the main proof that she really has a dark side to her.
Roberts didn't have it all his own way and showed great heart to battle out of several slick submission attempts from the tricky Spaniard, in particular a nail-biting arm bar attempt in the first.
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And when an MACP practitioner performs a straight arm bar, he captures the enemy's wrist and upper arm by crossing his arms in front of his chest or grabbing the opponent's wrist and squeezing his thighs together, which is similar to the standing double middle block kata, in which the thighs are also squeezed together, the pelvis is brought forward to be used as a fulcrum against the enemy's elbow, and the arms are crossed in front of the chest.
Officer Farrell then guided him to the ground with an arm bar and handcuffed him.
In the first contest, Clist came out on top by submitting Long with a first-round arm bar.
Shamhal Kerimov defeated Abbas Zahiri by arm bar submission in 55seconds of the first round.
Two other tricks of the defensive leg wrestler are the arm bar and the cradle, techniques not usually identified with leg wrestling.
Holland native Melvin Manhoef landed heavy punches, but Olympic judo finalist Dong Sik Yoon withstood each hard strike and fought Manhoef off to score the arm bar submission at 1:17 of Round 2.
Once on top of his opponent, Emelianenko sealed the victory with an inescapable arm bar.
He pulled Cam off to the side, showed him how to grip the jacket, set up an arm bar.