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Then thrust your right leg across in front of the opponent’s supporting leg and simultaneously push his left leg high to take his balance and pull down hard on his left sleeve so that he trips over your right leg. Make sure that you bend your left leg at the knee and thrust it straight as you pull him over your right leg. Slam him hard into the floor. G E O F F T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S 61 Sombo Russian Wrestling G E O F F 62 T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S Single Leg Pick-up, Body Drop G E O F F T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S 63 Sombo Russian Wrestling G E O F F 64 T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S Ankle Pick-up Chapter Eight Ankle Pick-up Often it’s the simplest throws that work the best when the proverbial poo hits the fan.
Keep your back as straight as you can; the strength of the pick-up should come from your legs. Slam his back or head into the floor. Be careful when using this technique that you don’t get your head caught in the guillotine choke on the way in. From here you have the choice to take the play to the floor, leg lock from where you are, or let go and finish with your feet. G E O F F T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S 33 Sombo Russian Wrestling G E O F F 34 T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S Double Leg Pick-up G E O F F T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S 35 Sombo Russian Wrestling If you find yourself already on your knees on the floor and in front of an opponent (this generally happens if you get caught off guard and have been struck by an opponent), wrap your arms around the backs of his legs and tuck your head into the side of his thigh, drive forward with your legs and take the opponent to the floor.
G E O F F T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S 59 Sombo Russian Wrestling G E O F F 60 T H O M P S O N ’ S T H R O W S A N D T A K E - D O W N S Single Leg Pick-up, Body Drop Chapter Seven Single Leg Pick-up, Body Drop Adding the body drop to the single leg pick-up takes the throw to another dimension. Very few people, especially in the street scenario, ever get back up from this take-down. However, it is a more complicated throw to master. The results though are worth the extra training time on the mat.