yep, it’s a flat leather strap, about the width of a tow strap. A horse collar was commonly used also, that’s the big leather thing stuffed with straw that’s around the neck of horses pulling a wagon. When you can do at least a couple minutes both under the chin and the back of the head, you’re a hard man to stop
I hadn’t thought about Victor in years! Good question.
Jeff is about the only one left around of the old crowd. He pops in a couple of times a year. I just read a bit about you in an old black belt magazine the other day. Wally jay was challenging you to brace dillman and he’d even pay the seminar fee for you. LOL, it was after one of your scathing letters about the quack dillman. One of the greatest regrets of my life is not suplexing that fool or his flunky moneymaker through the hardwood floor of some high school gymnasium.
He did finally send a rep to my class. He was repectful and I let him try the technique. He tried to off balance me by striking/pushing me with his palm on my forehead. When I told him it wasn’t working he struck me fairly hard with his palm. At that point I told him he was starting to anger me (I used different language at the time). That was pretty much the end of it.
Was it the moneymaker? He was from somewhere around your part of the world if I recall correctly. And on the legitimate front, Pesek’s grandson wrote a book about him that’s pretty darn good, highly recommended if you haven’t read it.
No, it was an obscure BB named Mike Reese who has since passed away.
Damn! I hope dilly dally man didn’t dim mak him for failing to perform.
A picture from the john pesek book demonstrating a body triangle on a fat shoat. The book is outstanding and well worth picking up, the shoat’s too damn fat to cinch a proper triangle though
Sorry I’m so late to the rodeo! I heard a humor that THE scuffler beacon may be on
He sounded once and then submerged back into the Stygian depths