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    Can Someone Explain The Execution Of The Key Lock That Fleeger Always Did Or Post A Vid That Has A Good Look At The Lock From The 2 On 1

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    I used the key lock alot myself. Including a few illegal attempts (whoops).

    Let me try to explain.

    Have your partner post his left arm on your shoulder. With your right arm, grab your opponent's wrist. I normally set it up off of a russian. Once you pull the russian off, use your left arm to go under his arm and lock on your own wrist (key lock).

    To throw, there are a few different ways. It is important (as with any throw to have a good set up). Pushing and pulling. The throw will be a belly to belly move where you essentially roll your opponent's arm into his own body. It is important to hit a good back arch and keep little space between your torso and his (with the arm in the middle). This will ensure you load him properly. Finish the toss by switching off or keep the keylock in a jap whizzer style pin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gripsnhips View Post
    I used the key lock alot myself. Including a few illegal attempts (whoops).

    Let me try to explain.

    Have your partner post his left arm on your shoulder. With your right arm, grab your opponent's wrist. I normally set it up off of a russian. Once you pull the russian off, use your left arm to go under his arm and lock on your own wrist (key lock).

    To throw, there are a few different ways. It is important (as with any throw to have a good set up). Pushing and pulling. The throw will be a belly to belly move where you essentially roll your opponent's arm into his own body. It is important to hit a good back arch and keep little space between your torso and his (with the arm in the middle). This will ensure you load him properly. Finish the toss by switching off or keep the keylock in a jap whizzer style pin.
    THANKS GRIPS

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    Speaking of Fleeger, what is he up to?

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    Hey Drop,

    I am pretty sure that one of the matches we have posted on Fleeger's website has his execution on a keylock. I just can't remember which one. If you feel like browsing his videos, go to http://fleegerwrestling.com/gallery.html -- I think it's from one of his earlier matches.

    Big -- Chris is back at Purdue this year finishing up a few classes and helping out with the team. He should be back in action at the Schultz in February.

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    Tell him that Reiter has a kleenex for him when you see him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Tell him that Reiter has a kleenex for him when you see him.
    REITER WAS GETTING WHOOPED ANYWAYS B-4 IT HAPPENED. REITER IS A WASHOUT. AND I USE TO BE A FAN OF HIS. NOT DISSING ON MINNISOTA EITHER. MUCH RESPECT FOR THAT PROGRAM. EGGUM AND HAHN ARE SOME OF MY FAV, BIG GUYS.
    Last edited by DROP; 01-02-2008 at 04:14 PM.

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    Whooped? I think it was 6-2 and Mack was going to take Fleeger right to his back after that bean rattling return to the mat...if that was an Iowa wrestler they would have called it the "Hawkeye style of wrestling".

    Screw Fleeger, HE's the washout. Guy advanced more rounds through tournaments on his own "injury" victories than through wrestling two years ago. He was going to try it in the title match but if he did he would have been crucified. Funny how he couldn't continue in any of those matches but was always there to "gut it out" in the next rounds.

    How you feel about Reiter is not an issue with me but my memories of Fleeger's run through that season in regular season (dodging everyone to protect his seed at Big Tens), Big Ten's where he won a couple of matches and then inj defaulted the rest of the way in and then his advancement at Nationals that year will be his legacy.
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    Reiter is a washout

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! How do you figure? He has 2 4th place finishes at NCAAs, then less than 5 months after ACL surgery, he is within 1 match of his 3rd AA honors. He has never forfeited out of a tournament due to injury, he knows how to suck it up and wrestle. He was obviously not himself earlier this year, but he didn't sit out to get his weight under control, he actually wrestled, even though he lost he didn't make any excuses.

    What did Reiter do to make you not a fan? Wrestle his ass off every time he's on the mat?
    You do the math..... I'll do the alfredo!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

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