Though it is not technically essential for success, more wrestlers will point out the front headlock position as the one that changed their careers than any other offensive technique.
There are a variety of front headlock series, but once you have the technique to master one of them, you have the keys to a tougher attitude and a punishing style of wrestling that is very difficult to defend.
Once the defending wrestler has been pulled down to the mat, the offensive wrestler focuses on the elbow, prying it backwards in a way that is not a problem for referees, but is a severe one for the defending wrestler. Once the torture position is established, the wrestler with the front headlock has a few choices, all leading to quick scores and some to back points.
I shoot I score, you shoot I score.
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