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  • n. Plural form of leglock.


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  • Because it seems that with leglocks being as risky as they are, these guys just go to town when they get one.

    Bloody Elbow

  • Armbars fulcrum over a hip; leglocks frequently use a forearm in the middle.

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  • Such leg slicers can be used as effective leglocks to the knee through a separating and elongating motion.

    Bloody Elbow

  • In 31 minutes of Tombstone piledrivers, superkicks, DDTs, figure-four leglocks and crossface headlocks, the Undertaker prevailed over Michaels to run his WrestleMania record to 17-0 in the most widely anticipated event of a four-hour card that surely justified the trip to Texas for World Wrestling Entertainment fans from all 50 states and dozens of foreign countries. Chronicle

  • Despite all his great offensive grappling, Horn's ground game has always had defensive liabilities, and against a guy like Toquinho who can work a smash game or a finesse game, and has submission versatility, equally adroit at finishing from the back or with leglocks, Horn will likely be tapped for the fourth time in five fights.

    Five Ounces of Pain

  • What's more, Shamrock's specialty has been the usage of leglocks, notoriously the most difficult aspect of the submission game to learn.

    Greensboro Sports


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