In wrestling, the pin is defined as controlling an opponent by holding him on his back where both shoulder blades make contact with the mat. When your shoulder blades are touching the ground in a fight, you’re going to be losing the fight most likely. Like my coach Crazy Bob
Watching UFC 142 last night, I witnessed one of the most spectacular knockout kicks I’ve seen. Barboza threw a spinning-back-kick (SBK or hook kick if you want to be technical) to the jaw of an unsuspecting Terry Etim to put his lights out before he hit the canvas. According to
Newton’s first law of motion states that objects at rest stay at rest,and objects in motion stay in motion. So how something moves doesn’t change unless acted upon by an outside force. When attempting to escape your opponent’s control from a crappy position, you have to first get your body on the move.