does wrestling have the 'kani-basami' / 'leg-scissors' takedown? Can anyone tell me about it? Is this statement true:
"It has been banned from wrestling too but some wrestlers now substitute the use of an arm for one of their legs and still make it work. It is not as dramatic but it still gets the take down. Its sort
of like backwards tani-otoshi. A leg is across the front of uki like in o-guruma. Tori scoops the back of uke's knee with his opposite arm. In wrestling, the arm on the same side is generally in a whizzer position
(i.e., overhooking uke's closest arm).