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A Lesson in Street MMA: A well-placed German suplex has the power to end worlds

No one knows why this particular move is classified as ‘German.’ Maybe each suplex has a secret, undying love for David Hasselhoff. Perhaps the German suplex is just another way for a country to express its gratitude for Dallas Mavericks power forward, Dirk Nowitzki. In the case of Street MMA, a German suplex is so obviously just another way to incapacitate your opponent with one physical swoop. While we don’t encourage any feat of Street MMA on MiddleEasy, when we get the occasional new video, we feel an incredible obligation to educate our readers with another impromptu lesson. In this lesson, remember that a well-placed German suplex has the power to end worlds. Props to Alec R. for the find

 

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