Intro to Catch as Catch Can Wrestling Book by Hideki Suzuki

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Catch as Catch Can (CACC) is a martial arts martial art that is said to be wrestling with joint skills and is the source of current professional wrestling. While its existence itself is known among professional wrestling fans and martial arts enthusiasts, few people tell about the actual technical part, and little is known about its concrete appearance. This time, I learned the CACC directly from the former professional wrestler Bill Robinson, who has the nickname of "human windmill", and Hideki Suzuki, who goes up to the ring as an active professional wrestler, is the author. Understand "It is a technical book that is unique in the world. Obi "How are you! If you are fine, you can chase your dreams! Let the screams of your soul resonate with professional wrestling fans!" (Antonio Inoki) "Mr. Suzuki's base is the soul of our coach Robinson. Have fun and always "Do it again!" (Josh Burnett)

● Main contents
Chapter 1 Basics
Chapter 2 Takedown
Chapter 3 Breakdown
Chapter 4 Suplex
in conclusion

● About the author:
Born February 28, 1980, from Kitahiroshima City, Hokkaido. He was born blind in one eye, but he learned judo when he was in elementary school. He was fascinated by Keiji Mutoh on a professional wrestling broadcast he watched on TV when he was in junior high school, and he became a devoted student of professional wrestling. He moved to Tokyo after graduating from a vocational school. He works at the Nakano Post Office in Tokyo. Since 2004, he has been attending U.W.F. Snakepit Japan and met his teacher Bill Robinson. He studied catch as catch can and made his debut on November 24, 2008 at the IGF Aichi Gymnasium tournament, led by Antonio Inoki, against Hiromitsu Kanehara. He turned free from 2014. She is active mainly in ZERO1, WRESTLE-1, and Big Japan Wrestling.

Language: Japanese

Length: 287 pages

Customer Reviews

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Kyle Dawson

Beautiful book, well laid out. It is as you'd expect entirely in japanese, but you can glean a lot of it from the step by step imagery and flow lines with points and angles of emphasis. Like having instructional freeze frames on your hands, I really dig books like this