Head Locks and Chancery Holds -Strength Magazine – October, 1921

A form of Chancery Hold in which the opponent’s head is imprisoned in the bend of the holder’s arm, as illustrated by Fig. 29. Description of this hold is given under the supposition that it he secured from the preliminary neck and arm or Referee’s Hold, with your left a rm on you r opponent’s neck, as illustrated by Fig. 27.

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