Sounds of Wrestling

Sounds of Wrestling


– [Voiceover] This is an
AMI This Week Short Cut. [Ring Announcer] We’ve got a 2 on 1 handicap match… (bell ringing) – [Voiceover] I’m Dave
Brown for Accessible Media. Welcome into the
Robert Hartley Arena. With the empty
wrestling ring behind me and the empty seats beside me, we’re getting ready
for a big night. In a few hours there
are going to be fans jam packed in this place, roaring as Great North
Wrestling presents Star Stampede, a
big-time annual event. (crowd cheering) Wrestling is a
very visual sport. But there’re so many sounds
that bring it to life too. And that’s what we want
to capture tonight. The sounds of a wrestling event. – [Marco] This is a
crash derby right now. – [Zach] This is Great North
Wrestling on The Hannibal TV. I’m Zach McGibbon along
side me is Marco Rossi. – [Voiceover] So
I’m Zach McGibbon. I’m the commentator for
Great North Wrestling. – [Zach] Now a reversal,
throwing Leduc into the ropes. There’s a takedown there. And Leduc has to roll
right outta the ring. – Oh, my favorite sound has
to be the impact of the mat. – [Zach] Going in
for the leg drop. Nice back elbow
there from Kadalis. – Throwin’ him in,
pickin’ him up, spinnin’ him around
for that power slam. – You can tell by how
impactful a move is by the impact it
makes on the mat. (mat slams) You’ll see the basic
vertical suplex. It’s essentially where you’ve
got a guy in a headlock and you throw the
arm around your neck, and you lift him by the trunks
and lift him over your head. Kinda hold ’em for a little
bit, and then place him down. You can definitely tell
when a suplex is impactful when it bellows
across the arena. And that’s just what
makes wrestling so great. That’s why I love
professional wrestling. – [Announcer] From
Detroit, Michigan, weighing in at 260 pounds, he is a 10 time
tag team champion, Rick Steiner! (upbeat rock music) – C’mon baby. Get
somma this. (whoops) – [Commentator] Look at
the Moxie of Rick Steiner. – [Dave] Zach walks
us through a few moves which we saw in a
number of matches. He explains how a match starts. – [Zach] Generally
they start up with the collar and elbow tie up. So generally, both the
opponents will engage where one arm, one hand will be on
the opponent’s collarbone area and the other will
be on the elbow. And both the opponents
will do that. And both will try and
get the advantage. One of them will try and
go in for a waist lock, some maybe for an arm lock,
some even for a head lock if you’re dastardly
(laughs) sorta guy. Essentially, you’re tryin’
to test the opponent’s will to see who’s got the upper
hand in a wrestling match. A knife edge chop
is essentially, you use the back of your hand, and you strike across the
chest of your opponent. It’s like a backhanded
slap to the chest. And sometimes we’ll see
the diving elbow drop, which they literally
jump on the top rope then point their
elbow downwards and try to land on the
chest of their opponent. There’s a whole
bunch of body slams. You can see, most basic
one you’ll probably see is a scoop slam, where they
essentially grab the guy around their legs and
around their neck, bring them upside-down and
then throw them to the ground. – [Dave] The crowd
gets pretty rowdy. Zach tells us about some
of the things we’ll hear. – [Zach] You’re gonna
hear a lot of chanting. You’re gonna hear “You
suck,” “You rock.” – You suck. – Hannibal. Hannibal. Hannibal (crowd cheering) – My name is Hannibal
the Death Dealer, Great North Wrestling
Canadian Champion. I always like it when
the crowd gets behind me. It’s very motivating, it
helps me in my matches. If I’m getting beat up, they
can help me fight through it. – [Dave] Hannibal has
a super physical style. But there one weapon
he likes most. – [Hannibal] I’ve used
a few tables in my day. I personally like to lay
someone out on a table and dive into it,
cause I’m 275 pounds and that’s a lotta weight
crashing into the person, crashing through the table. – [Dave] But tonight
it was Hannibal who went through the table. – [Commentator] Look at this,
throwin’ him into the table, right into the apron. – [Dave] To win a
match, you have to pin an opponent’s shoulders to
the mat for three seconds. It’s not that easy to do. – One, two. – [Dave] But after
an impactful move, it gets a bit easier. – [Commentator] One, two,
three, and that’s it. (crowd cheers) Wow. Hannibal’s able to
retain the title. – [Dave] For Accessible
Media, I’m Dave Brown.

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