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Please refer to the following video: as can be seen, the smaller man wins. What technique does he use? Where can I find more information about it? Generally, are there any additional techniques/ drills that smaller person can use against stronger/bigger opponent?

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    Can you explain how/why this question isn't a duplicate of your previous question What are the best techniques to fight with a heavier and stronger rival? – slugster Aug 7 '16 at 8:00
  • Thanks @slugster, Here is a proven technique shown in the video. I'm interested specifically in the technique/ drills in the video. This question is specific. – Avi Aug 7 '16 at 8:10
  • This is Olympic wrestling. I can't tell if it is Greco-Roman or Freestyle rules. Probably best edit the question to reflect this. – Huw Evans Aug 7 '16 at 8:44
  • Thanks @HuwEvans, I edited the question. I am interested in the specific techniques/ drills to be used for different sizes. I'm looking for the names and information of the drills. – Avi Aug 7 '16 at 8:48
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    I don't think the different sizes come into this as much as you think. Just learn this style if you want to learn the techniques you see here. It doesn't look especially self defence oriented (which I gather is what you are looking for in a style) but if you think it looks cool go for it. – Huw Evans Aug 7 '16 at 10:12
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On youtube, this is titled Jouko Salomäki vs. Hans Fell. In this match, you should notice that there is a huge skill disparity between the smaller man and the bigger man. The bigger man is uncomfortable and never actually produces an attack.

There are no magic techniques that will make small people win against big people. As I pointed out in my answer to your other question, you need to train techniques well to get them to work against bigger opponents. In any martial art, you should be training with the mindset that your opponents are bigger and stronger. If you understand how to make techniques work on bigger and stronger opponents, it is straightforward to apply them to equal-sized or smaller opponents.

Here is the brief analysis of the wrestling techniques in the video:

  1. ~18 sec single leg takedown. This is one of the first attacks you learn in wrestling. There are many variations.
  2. ~30 sec gut wrench
  3. ~56 sec To me this looks like a fireman's carry attempt.
  4. ~60 sec front headlock roll

What are the best techniques to use against opponents who are bigger and stronger? The techniques you are good at.

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