Recently came across a picture of a young woman attempting to turn her opponent over into the Boston Crab. Does anyone know from where the picture originates?
Imagine that exquisite mix of fear and exhilaration when a strong female first takes hold of both your legs and you realise she's about to try for a Boston Crab, this most dreaded of submission holds. You're in the position where she's got a firm grip on your legs, but she's not yet been able to turn you over and onto your stomach. Perhaps you'll try to somehow twist you way out, in the hope she'll loose her grip and you'll be able to escape. Yes, perhaps on this occasion you'll escape. But now she's even more determined to get hold of your legs, and so you'll soon find youself back in exactely the same position, with her towering over you, trying to haul you over onto your stomach. Your resistance is weaker now and, this time, she's not about to loose her grip and let you escape. There may be cries of, "please no, no, not the Boston". You're at that pivotal point of ballance and you know that at any moment you'll be hauled over and find yourself locked into the full Crab position!