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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Flanagan floored Brown with a forearm smash to the chin as they jostled at a corner.
jon flanagan 6 Lucky only to be booked for forearm smash on Brown but that risky moment of indiscipline was the only blot on a comfortable display.
Halfpenny was in the air when hit (illegal), no attempt by the Australian to tackle legally (arms wrapped around an opponent) and a forearm smash to Halfpenny's head, resulting in lengthy injury to Halfpenny and the Welsh team losing its number-one full-back.
The Dundee United boss accused the whistler of losing control by failing to send off Buddies captain Paul McGinn for a forearm smash on Cammy Smith.
That is the opinion of former referee Keith Hackett, who says the City midfielder should have seen red for a 'forearm smash' on Sadio Mane in the second half of the 0-0 draw at Anfield.
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 second row was carried off with a minute gone after being on the wrong end of a forearm smash from Aussie lock James Horwill.
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.
"One was a forearm smash in the side of Dave Davis's head and the other was a stamp on Clayton.