Brock Lesnar: If Submission Moves Were Real Part 8: Kimura Arm Lock

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Brock Lesnar: If Submission Moves Were Real Part 8: Kimura Arm Lock
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Welcome back to the If Submission Moves Were Real series.

First off, I want to apologize for the fact that it has been a couple of weeks in between installments.

I needed to take a bit of a break, and focus on the last few weeks of my college semester.

With all that said, part eight will focus on the Kimura Arm Lock.

This submission hold is a stable of MMA fighters and many different martial arts disciplines.

This past Monday on Raw, we saw Brock Lesnar use this lock against Triple H. It was reported that Triple H had his arm broken. I assure you that his arm is fine. Pro wrestling is all about the illusion of reality.

With that said, if Brock had applied full pressure to the hold, Triple H would have a serious arm injury.

We are going to examine which parts of the arm can be injured when this submission hold is applied with full force.

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