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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Amin, 19, was one of only two World team winners at UCLA's John Wooden Centre, submitting Christopher Morales by top wristlock.
Detectives found him holding 92-year-old William Dorman in a wristlock on March 31 after he had gone to the pensioner's home in Sheldon, claiming to be a police officer.
The tactics included a wristlock known as the "gooseneck come-along" and the "swarm technique" for subduing and handcuffing individuals in which each member of a team of officers has a specific role.
Hart grabbed Stinnette by his left arm and twisted the arm into a rear wristlock position," he wrote.
He turned her around and put her in a wristlock, holding her hands behind her back.
Iranborn Nazer, 18, took less then six minutes to submit Christopher Morales by top wristlock.
Goodwin, of Woodchurch Lane, Prenton, accepted breaking his daughter''s arm but insisted he had "no choice" than to put her in a wristlock because he feared an attack.
Aston's attacks were finally halted when detectives found him holding 92-year-old William Doorman in a wristlock on March 31 last year.
A CIVILIAN police worker accused of breaking his daughter's arm during a row over her prostitute mother told jurors he "had no choice" but to put her in a wristlock.
Police forced their way into a house and found Andrew Aston holding a 92-year-old man in a wristlock, Birmingham Crown Court heard.
THE WRESTLERS: FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY Channel 4, 10pm The Knight family know their suplexes from their wristlocks, and have taken enough chair-shots to the head to be able to constantly hear music.
Hoi Jeon Moo Sool is a defensive martial art specialising in circular trapping blocks, wristlocks, arm pins, and unbalancing throws to neutralise and control aggressors without the need to cause serious injury to the attacker.