Santana is fuming mad in the ring, and calls out Jessicka Havok for always knocking out her opponents. Santana says that is going to end today as she plans on taking down Havok. Havok hears what Santana says and decides that they should make their make a first to 3 knockouts only match. Santana accepts, as she lets out a loud war cry and charges Havok, but is easily taken down with a clothesline.
Last Updated: November 5, References. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. This article has been viewed , times. Learn more The sleeper choke hold, also known as the sleeper, sleeper hold, or rear-naked choke, is a submission move that is commonly used in martial arts as a submission technique. It is also often taught as a self-defense maneuver if you need to subdue an attacker.
Usually considered a professional wrestling maneuver, but can also refer to a legitimate hand-to-hand combat technique. To apply the professional wrestling version: Get behind your opponent Wrap your arms around your opponent's head, being careful not to get your arms around the neck, as that would be an illegal choke hold. Pretend to squeeze tight Your opponent can : sell this move, in which case he slowly loses consciousness and drops to his knees or hit you in the gut with his elbow , or something like that eventually, your opponent will come back to life, as no one has submitted to the sleeper hold in years. Usually, your opponent will slump down, and the ref will come to check on him to see if he's still conscious.
The restriction may be of one or both and depends on the hold used and the reaction of the victim. The lack of blood or air often leads to unconsciousness or even death if the hold is maintained. Chokeholds are used in martial arts , combat sports , self-defense , law enforcement and in military hand to hand combat applications.