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#1 Posted on
1) Can someone describe a Magistral cradle to me? I think Chris Jericho has been using it for a while, I just want to make sure the move is what I think it is.

2) If Chris Jericho is "King of the World" and Sid was "Master and Ruler of the World", will they ever have a unification match to figure out who holds dominion over what?



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Wow, I know what it is... how to describe it. Let's say Chris Jericho is putting this move on Eddie Guerrero for the sake of argument, OK? Eddie is in a hands-and-knees position on the mat. Chris grabs his arm as if to do an arm-wrench, but instead rolls him up using the arm so that Jericho's weight is fully on Guerrero. Damn hard to describe... watch it in the WWF No Mercy game sometime if you're still not sure.

2.

Yeah, Jericho vs. Sid is tentatively scheduled for WrestleMania XIX. Also on tap, Eddie Guerrero is going to get pissed at Hector Guerrero for tarnishing the Guerrero family legacy, and Eddie (in full Black Tiger gear) will have it out with Hector, wearing the Gobbeldy Gooker suit. Smell the buyrate!



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#3 Posted on
You know, I don't think I've seen that move on WWE TV for about two years now. I don't even remember who did it last.




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#4 Posted on
The most famous La Magistral I remember is the Rock delivering it to HHH in their Iron Man match a couple years back.


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#5 Posted on
Of all people, Bradshaw was doing La Magistral semi-regularily in matches for a while.. and the Rock breaks it out very rarely too (the Iron Man match being the most memorable). I don't recall seeing Chris Jericho doing it, though.

For a description of the move, you know an Oklahoma Roll? Envision that except without the running start, and with the person grabbing a reverse armbar before doing the rollthrough. That's the best I can do to describe it.
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#6 Posted on
La Magistral:

A wrestler--let us say "Person A"--is applying it to, aptly, Person B. It's a small federation.

B is on his hands and knees; A is standing to his left side. A pulls B's left arm up vertically and holds it at the wrist. He then lifts his (A's) right leg and steps around the arm--so that A is still standing to B's left, straddling his arm, facing away from him.

A then does another half-turn, wrapping B's arm around his knee, and facing him. As he finishes the motion, he bends down and rolls forward, clutching the arm between his knees as he does so. A rolls over B's back, and as he does so, puts his right arm between his legs, as if for a schoolboy. As A completes the roll, he pulls B over him and then leans up to him, finishing the move in a schoolboy position, with B's shoulders down on the mat, body angled pwards, with A laying with his weight across his back, one arm between his legs, the other holding onto his free arm (not always done) and his other arm still clenched between his legs.

When done quickly, it looks awesome.
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#7 Posted on
Rock beat RVD with it a little while ago. RVD went for a frog splash, got crotched, and rock rolled him up with la majistral.



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#8 Posted on
on question 2 originally asked, I thought Sid was the Squirrel King. Which would allow a three-way match to occur between Jericho/Sid/and Lawler as to who is the true King, and would demonstrate why monarchies have fallen from grace.



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#9 Posted on
It is kind of ironic that Jericho claims to be "King of the World" when he hasn't even succeeded in becoming "King of the Ring".



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#10 Posted on
For all his great mic work, isn't it ironic that Y2J's catchphrase is one he stole from Vader?

On second thought, forget ironic. That's just sad.

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#11 Posted on

    Originally posted by CarlCX
    La Magistral:

    A wrestler--let us say "Person A"--is applying it to, aptly, Person B. It's a small federation.
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    When done quickly, it looks awesome.



Wow. I followed every bit of that. (No sarcasm, no shit -- describing that kind of thing well is really difficult.)

I would just love to have a really well written glossary of wrestling moves someplace, but have never seen such a thing ...
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#12 Posted on
The Big Book of Wrestling Moves has a lot of holds, submissions, pinning moves and suplexes. It's not complete, per se, and it hasn't been changed in a couple of years (you'll see what I mean), but it's the first place I look when I need this sort of info.



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#13 Posted on

    Originally posted by The Sham
    The Big Book of Wrestling Moves has a lot of holds, submissions, pinning moves and suplexes. It's not complete, per se, and it hasn't been changed in a couple of years (you'll see what I mean), but it's the first place I look when I need this sort of info.

Oooh, that's got some good stuff. Thank you!
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