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    Retarded endings to wrestling matches

    I swear I searched and I'm surprised I didn't find this posted already, because it's great entertainment.

    YouTube- Retarded Endings to Wrestling Matches - 22- As the Lay Down World Order grows up.

    There are 40 (FOURTY!) episodes and pretty much all of them made me laugh.

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    My favourite episode (coincidentally the only episode I've ever seen) is Daniel Puder vs Kurt Angle... Oh, and it's spelled forty! :P
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    Oh, thank you.

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    This is the most retarded of all:

    YouTube- wrestling injury

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    this is exactly why i don't get why wrestling doesn't train breakfalls. it's not the weight difference, it's POSTING ON YOUR GODDAMN ARM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conde Koma View Post
    this is exactly why i don't get why wrestling doesn't train breakfalls. it's not the weight difference, it's POSTING ON YOUR GODDAMN ARM.
    I'm not sure if breakfall instruction would've helped in this case because the approach he took to countering the throw was all-around incorrect. I've always wondered why breakfalling isn't taught along with the fundamentals of wrestling, though, but I guess there are a number of reasons why we don't do it. For one thing, throws aren't emphasised as much in collegiate wrestling as they are in Judo. And for wrestlers like myself who started in school rather than in a program, it's probably more practical for the coaches to teach us technique rather than how to fall properly because competition is so imminent.
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