While at my nephew's district tournament, I saw a pin that I've never seen called before. Referees please let me know if this is legit.
I know it was a Graham kid, I think it was Crabtree. He was on bottom and the top kid chopped his left arm and then reached between the legs to grab the wrist with his own left hand. Top guy then threaded his right arm over bottom's back and under his left arm up to the elbow and leaned back for the tilt. (I have always called it the Indiana tilt, but....)
Anyway, when he leaned back, the ref kept motioning that he didn't have the angle for the back points yet. So, the top kid kept leaning back in an attempt to break the 45% angle. Out of no where, the ref blows the whistle and calls a pin.
The two kids sat on their knees staring at each other, bewildered. The Graham faithful started shouting down the ref, as did the other team's fans. When the ref brought both kids to the center of the mat, he raised the Graham kid's hand.
I have seen defensive pins before, but usually it is because the defensive wrestler stopped the motion or action of the offensive one. I have never seen or heard of this one before.