forearm smash

forearm smash

(ˈfɔːrˌɑːm)
n
(Wrestling) a blow like a punch delivered with the forearm in certain types of wrestling
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Imrie was bundled to the ground by a forearm smash as Well defender Peter Hartley lost the plot over the wee man's celebrations at the end of Accies' 3-1 win.
This meant the hosts held a 21-3 advantage, and as they celebrated the rebuttal of Quins' drive, a clearly rattled Joe Marler initiated a scuffle which hinted at the descent of red mist which later saw him yellow carded for a forearm smash on Will Rowlands.
Marler overstepped acceptable boundaries after the break, and duly paid with his yellow card, for that forearm smash on Rowlands.
Forearm smash specialist - EU chief negotiator Mr Michel Barnier - may have played a lot of sport but I don't think he plays tennis.
The West Ham boss raged after Arnautovic was sent off for a sickening forearm smash on defender Jack Stephens at St Mary's in the 3-2 defeat.
Stockley took out Kieran Tierney with a forearm smash that ran the risk of a red and was a menace when Aberdeen went long.
The second row was on the wrong end of a forearm smash from Aussie lock James Horwill but hopes to be fit for the Six Nations.
The second row was carried off with a minute gone after being on the wrong end of a forearm smash from Aussie lock James Horwill.
One was a forearm smash in the side of Dave Davis's head and the other was a stamp on Clayton.
Henderson and Jack Wilshere toiled in the centre of the park while Lallana's half was summed up when he was caught in the face by a forearm smash by Bostjan Cesar which went unpunished by the officials (left).
BRADLEY DAVIES has revealed he suffered a three-day memory loss after the shocking forearm smash from All Blacks hooker Andrew Hore that put him in hospital.
Somehow we managed to hold out until poor old Skrtel followed up his first-half forearm smash on Bale with a reckless and unnecessary challenge that brought the inevitable red card from our favourite referee.