The Undertaker used this as his submission finisher calling it Hell's Gate. To do this the opponent's legs are then hooked under the top ropes, leaving the opponent facing the attacking wrestler, upside down. Also referred to as a neckscissors, this hold sees a wrestler approach a supine opponent and sit next to them before turning onto their side towards the opponent and wrapping their legs around either side of the opponent's head, crossing the top leg after it has gone around the opponent's chin. It is considered legal in professional wrestling, although it is a chokehold. The wrestler then flips the opponent up and over so the opponent is lying face up on the back of the wrestler. The wrestler grabs the opponent's arms and wraps their legs on the outside of them, so the wrestler's feet meet at the back of the neck of the opponent and exert a downward pressure, akin to applying a full nelson but by using the legs.
Celeste. Age: 24.
Bryan Danielson popularized and invented a variation, dubbed the Danielson Special , where he would flip his opponent with a double underhook suplex before locking in the cross armbar.
Yamileth. Age: 25.
Professional wrestling holds
This hold is performed on an opponent who is lying face down on the mat. The move was invented by Riki Choshu but was made famous in the United States by Bret "Hitman" Hart , who gave it the name Sharpshooter to suit his stage name. The hold itself can be and sometimes is used as a submission move, but it is more commonly used as a transition hold to set up another move such as a suplex , a DDT , a facebuster , or a powerbomb.