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    JohnnyS, how do you like to set this move up?

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    If the guy is in my guard and falls back to apply an ankle lock on my left leg, I straighten my leg, put my right forearm under his left knee and grab my left thigh. I move my butt to his heel and force his heel to my butt as I pull with my hands.
    Roy Harris's Leg Lock tapes demonstrate this move really well from a couple of positions.

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    Originally posted by Repulsive Monkey
    I had a variation of this thrown on me last weekend. Instead of my elbow, though, it was my knee. Same principle, higher damage ratio. From my understanding, it doesn't break anything, but it does stretch the **** out of the ligaments, which can be just as bad as a break. If someone gets any variation of this on you, tap right away. Ego leads to far too many long-term injuries, IMO.
    If what you've described there is the Indian Deathlock, then it sure as **** will break something. When done right it's a full separation of the knee joint.

    Sorry, I only know the Pro Wrestling name.

    Edit: Actually, that lock uses the guy's own leg. Not quite what JohnnyS is describing.
    Last edited by Dreadnought; 4/14/2004 10:32pm at .

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    Interesting. Thanks.

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    Radial Fracture if enough force. VERY bad. Just tap, you are caught, deal with it and tap.

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