We're talking two tricky inside cradles here.
Jason Borelli sets his cradle up by hooking his opponent's ankle while crunching his opponent's head to the side as he grabs the head with his right hand. He then changes his level and uses his free hand to push on his oppnnent's hip. Doing so straightens his opponent's leg and allows Borelli to easily lock up his cradle before finishing with the fall.
Hudson Taylor is equally seasoned with the inside cradle. The former Gorriaran Award Winner (awarded to the wrestler who scores the most falls in the least amount of time at the NCAAs) also sets his cradle up by first hooking his opponent's ankle. Unlike Borelli, however, Hudson Taylor locks a 3/4 nelson to crunch his opponent into the inside cradle.
Each technician reveals a trick here and a trick there to make his own cradle a success. Check em out!
Jason Borelli's Inside Cradle
Hudson Taylor's Inside Cradle
Updated on May 20, 2013, 3:10pm