The hold itself can be and sometimes is used as a submission move, but it is more commonly used as a transition hold to set up another move such as a suplex , a DDT , a facebuster , or a powerbomb. This hold is a finisher of Shuji Kondo , who named it the Gorilla Clutch. A variation exists in which, after applying the STS, the wrestler turns to his side, pulling the opponent on top of him, face up. From there, the attacker can either fall back to apply pressure or reach forwards and perform many upper body submissions instead. Sam Sheppard , a doctor who was convicted of his wife's murder, and became a wrestler following his subsequent acquittal and release from prison. Also referred to as a neckscissors, this hold sees a wrestler approach a supine opponent and sit next to them before turning onto their side towards the opponent and wrapping their legs around either side of the opponent's head, crossing the top leg after it has gone around the opponent's chin. These variations are also invented by Tenzan himself.
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This move can be used as a submission hold or can be used for a neckbreaker slam , or a facebuster takedown. He then bends the wrist and forces the open palm of the opponent's hand into his chest, putting pressure on the wrist. He then rolls back so that his opponent is suspended on his knees above him, facing up. In the variation known as the Regal Stretch, as named by William Regal , in addition to crossing the opponent's legs, the wrestler reaches under one of the opponent's arms to lock his hands around the opponent's head. A variation used by Awesome Kong in which she places her opponent over her shoulders in a torture rack position, pulling forward on the opponent's head with one arm and pulling both legs with the other arm, flexing the back.
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I Can't Hold It If on his stomach: The wrestler sits on one side of the opponent and using his near arm encircles the opponent in a headlock position and grabs the opponent's near wrist, bending the arm upwards. The wrestler applies an Inverted facelock to a seated opponent and places his far leg between the opponent's legs and pushes his near leg's knee against the opponent's back. The wrestler then uses his free arm to either push the arm, and particularly its radius bone, against the face of the opponent to cause pain, or wrap the arm around the neck of the opponent in a sleeper hold.
The wrestler approaches the opponent and reaches under the opponent's shoulders, then threads their arms up and around the opponent's torso, with their hands meeting in the middle of the opponent's back or neck essentially an inverted full nelson hold , and tucking the opponents head in their armpit. The wrestler applies an inverted facelock to a seated opponent and places his far leg between the opponent's legs and pushes his near leg's knee against the opponent's back. Also known as the Swastika in lucha libre, it is a variation of the abdominal stretch where the free hand grabs the opponent's near ankle, pulling up. It is used by many Wrestlers in the beginning of the match. Yuji Nagata uses a variation as one of his Nagata Lock submissions, where he combines this move with a crossface. The final position has the wrestler in a semi-sitting position and facing away from his opponent, with the opponent's back and legs bent back toward his face.