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Old 03-10-18, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by 350zjk View Post
How can an escape be given if the defensive wrestler is not able to defend himself?

It either has to be escape and TD or no points at all. It canít be what was actually changed to, escape but no TD.


Being able to defend oneself has nothing to do with loss of control. If you're 10 ft. away from your opponent after he WAS in control, it IS loss of control. Now if a TD is awarded when a wrestler's back is to his opponent it should be negated; unable to defend oneself.[/QUOTE]

Even if the kid had plenty of opportunity to turn around? He jogged himself to center with his back turned and didnít turn around. So the offensive wrestler is punished for a kid not turning around when he had the chance?
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