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(1946) Wrestling Admiral Lord Mount Evans Style

(1946) Wrestling Admiral Lord Mount Evans Style

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The official rules governing professional wrestling in the British Isles, as drawn up in 1946under the chairmanship of Lord Mountevans, are as follows:
As published in "The Wrestler" September 1970The standard holds:The standard holds, throws and modes of defence and attack permitted and recognised for the purpose of international competition in the British Isles are: Any combination of grips with oneor both hands, and/or one or both legs; taken for the purpose of throwing an opponent, for the purpose of gaining a pin or submission fall. The use of the forearm for offensive and defensive purposes, the use of the sole or side of the feet, the shoulder charge and the leg dive shall be permitted.The principal holds recognised by name are:
The standing and ground half Nelsons, quarter Nelsons, three quarter Nelsons and full Nelsons.
The standing or the ground, front, side or reverse head chancery.
The waist holds.
The standing or ground arm up at the back, arm up at the back with elbow press, arm up atthe back with bar.
The standing or ground wrist lever, wrist bend, arm lever or double arm lever.
The crotch hold.
The single or double leg holds, back heel, leg stroke, knee stroke, single or double leg hank.
The wrestler's bridge.
The scissors.
The flying mare, ground or standing arm roll or double arm rolls.
The buttock, cross buttock, locked arm buttock, crossed arm buttock, locked arm back drop.DEFINITION OF A FALLA fall is deemed to have been obtained when a wrestler's shoulders have been pinned to the matfor a count of three to the satisfaction of the referee. A fall may also be given by an opponentsubmitting from a hold out of which he is unable to escape. A fall shall terminate any round inwhich it occurs.DECISIONS BY REFEREEA match is decided in favour of a wrestler who obtains two out of three falls, or the only fall of the match or whose opponent fails to beat the referee's count of ten when thrown to the canvas,or whose opponent is ruled by the referee to be in an unfit condition to continue the match, or whose opponent is disqualified by the referee.RESPONSIBILITY OF THE REFEREEThe referee shall have sole and entire charge of the contest and of the wrestlers while they are inthe ring and his decisions shall at all times be final.
Wrestling Holds
Permitted under the rules of Admiral Lord Mount-Evans
The following text and pictures are taken from a book entitled Wrestling - The Admiral LordMount-Evans Style. This book was published by Wrestling News and Views Ltd., Halifax, and printed by Fawcett Greenwood & Co. Ltd., Halifax. The date of publication is not stated.The Rules of the Admiral Lord Mount-Evans Style of Wrestling, with demonstrated holds andexplanatory text. Also the rules of contest, illegal holds, championship weights and other information for those wishing to understand this style.&nbspThe Admiral Lord Mount-Evans Rules have been adopted by the British WrestlingPromoters' Association for all Championship contests. This Association controls at least 95 per cent of all wrestling in Great Britain, and it is intended to establish national champions at allweights in this style.In 1946 the state of wrestling in Britain was given careful study by a committee includingAdmiral Lord Mount-Evans, K.C.B., D.S.O., LL.D.; Commander Campbell of B.B.C fame; Norman Morrell, Olympic Games Wrestler; Maurice Webb, M.P; sitting in committee at theHouses of Parliament, and the rules of professional wrestling were drawn up to be knownhereafter as "The Admiral Lord Mount-Evans Style."

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