The pass-by takedown is a low risk move that translates to easy points at crucial moments. Not only are the positions that lead to a pass-by, or “slide-by” common, but the move is easy to execute and can be drilled for high repetitions with minimal effort.
Keys to this move include understanding pressure, changing directions, and how to explosively turn your hips. Once these elements are in place, an opponent’s collar can quickly be turned into a trap.
Use the pass-by, and this “won’t know what hit em” scenario will make you a dangerous wrestler who can take advantage of a tired wrestler who is leaning, or a energetic one who is pushing with equal effectiveness.
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