#14: Two-On-One Tilt & Hazard
The Hazard has risen in popularity as of late, and for good reason. It is used all the way through college and many young wrestlers are starting to get very good at it. It's currently one of the best options to use as a tilt and works well along-side a Half and Claw ride due to how close the three are to each other. You also maintain the ability to control your opponent's hips when jumping between these three top riding techniques because your elbows can be consistently gripping his sides.
You will grab a two-on-one and then dive your head underneath the near side and roll. It's important to not hesitate, keep the wrist, and have the knee ready to stop the opponent's hip motion when he's on his back.
A Two-On-One from the top position is when you either have two hands on one wrist, or one hand on the wrist and one on the outside elbow of the arm you are controlling. This is not to be confused with a Two-On-One or Russian Tie when you're on your feet. We are in the top position.
- #1: Chop Tilt Both Classes Top Offense
- #2: Hazard Both Classes Top Offense
- #3: Hazard, Jump To Other Side & Tilt Both Classes Top Offense
- #4: Jump To Other Side, Pull Back Tilt Both Classes Top Offense
- #5: Saylor Both Classes Top Offense
- #6: Reinforced Bar Tilt Both Classes Top Offense
- #7: He Breaks Wrist Control, Hazard Far Side Both Classes Top Offense