Name of a wrestling throw?

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  1. YeahBee

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    Name of a wrestling throw?
    at about 3 minutes
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    granted it is HW's doing it there, some lighter dudes have made it where the opponenet really gets airborn
     
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    looked like a belly to back suplex (pronounced supley) to me.

    I have seen them when the throwee really goes airborne especially in freestlye wrestling matches.
     
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    at about 3 mins, or at 3 mins? a couple secs makes a big difference.


    I think you're talking about the belly to belly suplex, or the lateral drop. ther only real difference is with the lateral drop you basically do a gator roll with one underhook, and one overhook. with the belly to belly you need 2 underhooks and you basically take them straight over.
     
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    LOL my thoughts exactly.
     
  5. YeahBee

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    sstarts at 2,59 with big dude going to his knees for a doubleleg, gets up and hits it, it is over at 3,03
     
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    Lateral drop?

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    thanks rip-rabbo that is the one
     
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    actually check my post.

    know i don't pretend to be a wrestling expert, but maybe one here could clear this up for me. It looks like he has double underhooks in the video, so wouldn't that technically be a belly to belly suplex? In the gif it's clearly one overhook and one underhook; which from my understanding is the main difference between the lateral drop and the Belly to belly suplex.....
     
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    He does have double under hooks. A belly to belly usual goes over the top where as the one in the clip goes around like the lateral drop. I would say Lateral drop with double unders. But I can see the arguement that double unders = belly to belly.

    The video is grainy but you can clearly see the over the top motion of the suplex.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODKm_BYeyxw
     
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    more like a bearhug toss, ; he doesn't get the arch to really call it a suplex & no over/under tie up so it isn't a lateral drop.
    btw, that is Tom Erikson throwing.
     

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