RBY should have been DQ'd in College Wrestling Posted February 1, 2020 · Report reply First, I have no skin in the game and as a former wrestler and coach, I am trying to be objective. The match is on Youtube and watch the replay starting at 1:43. Use your phone to record in slow motion if you want to really analyze the move in even slower motion. Top wrestler (TW) uses both hands to slightly tug/pull the lower part of the leg of Bottom Wrestler (BW) outside of his base to ensure BW does not sit on his own leg. TW then posts his left hand and pulls again with his right hand (with right forearm placed against the side of the leg of BW) to make sure the bottom part of BW leg is outside of his base. TW then reaches for bottom of the foot/toe with left hand and turns the toe outward. Note BW head is stuck under TW hips/thigh. TW then pulls again with both hands outward. TW then releases the leg with both hands and goes for cradle. The question is (regardless of who the wrestlers are, what team they are for or their past performances), "Is the pressure against the normal movement of the knee joint?"