The Seven Nastiest Single Leg Techniques

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If you’re looking for basic technique you’ve come to the wrong place. These are the 7 slickest single leg techniques that the wrestling world has to offer. 


Marsteller’s Underhook To A Same-Side Low Single 

The first time I ever saw this was when the Azeri wrestler, Mammadov hit this against Aaron Pico in the 2015 Junior World Championship semifinals. (Mammadov hits it at 5:38) 

Feeling Chance hit this on me in the gym gave me a real appreciation for just how uncomfortable it can be to put your left elbow on your right shoe while trying to stay on your feet. 

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Burroughs' One-Legged Metzger

This one is part single leg, part throw, and ALL awesome. Check out JB hit a combination of a swing single and a Metzger. 

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Jordan Oliver’s Back Hand Single

JO’s got tricks! Check this out. 

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Mike McMullan’s Cross Step Set-Up

Everyone has seen John Smith level change to set up his patented low single, but one of the things that gets lost in the shuffle is that John was REALLY fast on those level changes. If you’re not the fastest guy in your weight class this creative little coss step could be for you. 

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Muzaffar Abdurakhmonov’s “Basic Single Leg Finish”

Basic is in the title, but there are a lot of moving parts that go into this technique, especially if you want to do it well. 

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Henry Cejudo Demonstrates Buvaisar Saitiev’s Head Flare To A Single

Cejudo doesn’t do the best job of pronouncing Buvaisar Saitiev’s name, but he does get his accolades correct here’s Saitiev’s wiki page. What the 2008 Olympic gold medalist does VERY well is show this next level technique. 

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Dustin Schlatter’s No Handed Single Leg 

 I don't know if this one actually qualifies as a single leg because you're not grabbing the leg with your hands, but it’s so nasty it had to make the list. 

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Why Penn State Fans Need To Watch Who's #1

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Every year since the inaugural event in 2013, Penn State has had at least one future wrestler competing at Who’s #1. While that's impressive, it's not necessarily surprising considering the recruiting hall Cael Sanderson and co. at State College bring in every year. This year is no different with one already signed recruit and three more potential recruits that have shown interest in PSU. 

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Bader Show: Jenny Wong & Kamal Bey

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Bader and Bray catch up with World bronze medalist Jenny Wong and Junior World champ Kamal Bey.

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Senior Nationals May Create A Unique Opportunity For Dean Heil

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Reasons Iowa Fans Need To Watch Who's #1

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One year after being held in historic Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa, Hawkeye fans will once again have several reasons to tune in, watch, and get excited for Who’s #1.

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PA vs OH Showdown When Condomitti & Voinovich Square Off At Who's #1

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It will be a classic Pennsylvania-Ohio showdown when Jagger Condomitti and Victor Voinovich square off at Who's #1 for the nation's top spot at 152 lbs. It will be the second time Voinovich has appeared at Who's #1 while the top-ranked Condomitti will be making his first appearance at the prestigious event. 

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Who's Registered So Far For 2020 Senior Nationals?

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Senior Nationals are a few weeks away, and registrations are finally starting to pick up. In the last 24 hours, the Sunkist Kids and Titan Mercury registered a bunch of athletes, and these brackets are starting to get deeper. Check out all of the currently registered athletes and their rankings. We used our domestic men's and women's freestyle rankings as well as greco rankings from Timmy Hands at 5 point move.

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Full 195-lb Tournament Lineup Set For Oct. 31st

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All eight competitors for FloWrestling's Oct. 31st tournament have signed the dotted line. Additionally, Macey Kilty's opponent has been announced

Virginia Tech Extends Tony Robie's Contract

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#1 182 Rylan Rogers Releases Preliminary School List

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2019 Ironman and 2020 National Prep champion Rylan Rogers is the undisputed #1 high schooler in the country at 182 lbs. However, #3 at 170 Lenny Pinto is bumping up to take him on at Who’s #1. The two split the two times they wrestled in folkstyle in 2018/2019.

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Manny Rivera Steps Down As CSU Bakersfield Head Coach

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