Wrestling and Catch Style

Wrestling Style 

Wrestling Style is one of the most effective and widely studied by mixed martial artists in competitions. There are three primary styles of wrestling: Folkstyle, Greco-Roman and Freestyle. The application, scoring, and rules are different for each one of them. Folkstyle put emphasis on control whereas Freestyle puts emphasis on explosiveness and risks. On the other hand, Greco-Roman incorporates high amplitude throws and upper body engagement. The fighters using these styles are Matt Hughes, Mark Kerr, Matt Lindland etc. Here, you will see some moves in Wrestling Style:



Wrestling Style


Wrestling Style



CATCH STYLE


Catch Style is a  classical hybrid wrestling style originated from England around in the middle ages and later became popular in other countries like Japan, USA etc. It is an extremely effective form of grappling and helped to establish an early form of mixed martial arts. Catch wrestling includes a variety of submission and pins and is a strong base for MMA fightings. Fighters who practices Catch wrestling are armed with a wide variety of submissions like chokes, joint knocks, leg locks, slicers, and cranks. Notable practitioners of Catch wrestling are Josh Barnett, Kazushi Sakuraba, and Franck Shamrock.


Catch Style

Catch Style


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