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Old 28 Mar 2014, 02:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Since bloody when has The Walls Of Jericho been a simple Boston Crab, It's a Variety of the Boston Crab Submission hold. The Walls Of Jericho is a High Angled Boston Crab, major difference. Just like The Crossface and The Lebell Lock, The Lebell Lock is a Omoplata crossface major difference. What don't you people get, also when the **** did The Angle Slam become a Samoan Drop?
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Old 28 Mar 2014, 02:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hey blame Bill Demott who has been head trainer at WWE developmental for nearly a decade and he has not taught anybody anything useful during his tenure.































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do you even watch Olympic wrestling? there is a famous Russian that did the slam and was undefeated for years......
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I agree with what you're saying but who the hell said that?
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These are the same people who won't go see High School Wrestling if thee is a High School that has a Wrestlin Team down the street from them.































The Semi-Finals and The Finals of The NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships was on ESPN last week at the same time WWE Friday Night Smackdown was on. There was an opportunity for people to watch The Best College Wrestlers in The United States.
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Jericho's high angle Boston crab/liontamer/Walls of Jericho is boss































Jericho does a standard boston crab on big guys though because apprently doing the real liontamer/walls of jericho on big guys, hurts him.
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