wristlock

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wrist·lock

 (rĭst′lŏk′)
n.
A wrestling hold in which an opponent's wrist is gripped and twisted to immobilize the opponent.

wristlock

(ˈrɪstˌlɒk)
n
(Wrestling) a wrestling hold in which a wrestler seizes his opponent's wrist and exerts pressure against the joints of his hand, arm, or shoulder
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Sijara secured a wrist lock at the 3 minute mark of the match for the win and the gold for Lloyd Irvin Martial Arts Academy.
He grabbed the child and put his arms behind his back in a wrist lock.
He simply subdued his attacker, put him in a wrist lock and called the police.
Gillian got him in a wrist lock, I got him in a head lock and a police officer from Scotland got his feet.
I was especially reminded of him when, at a party up the Breamish Valley, a comely lady persuaded me into an eightsome reel (she had a professional wrist lock on me at the time) and while we were prancing and "heughing" about, she felled me with a step-over toe hold and nearly broke my leg.
Just as I was about to get him in a wrist lock, he said 'No, I'm not going to do anything, but what you just did to my mate was really embarrassing.
Speed is coupled with accuracy by a mechanical wrist lock that stabilizes the end-of-arm tooling against acceleration forces.
A MUGGER was foiled after his pensioner victim turned out to be an exprison guard - and trapped him in a wrist lock.
4 -- 5) Above, the Hardcore Kid applies an overhead wrist lock on Frankie Kazarian.
This DVD teaches blocks, wrist locks, take downs, strikes, and combinations including defensive techniques, with the Kubotan.
Investigators determined that the officers' use of arm holds and wrist locks during the incident was consistent with policies and procedures, and they were exonerated.
In the third round Sullivan concentrated on his opponent's left arm, which was well padded to safeguard a chipped bone and rendered it useless with wrist locks and Japanese arm locks.