Video:How to Do a Pile Driverwith Johnny Rodz
The pile driver is a classic wrestling move that looks fierce, but must be done with extreme caution. See the steps to doing a pile driver, and learn what safety measures must be taken.See Transcript
Transcript:How to Do a Pile Driver
It's Johnny Rodz with the world of unpredictable wrestling, here at Gleason's Gym, in Brooklyn, New York, for About.com. This is how we demonstrate how to do a pile driver.
So, you can watch it, how it's done. Here we go. Here's Roger Kuhn, The Musketeer, and Sammy Cruize and Roger Kuhn is going to demonstrate a sit-down pile driver.
The Pile Driver
Kick him in the stomach, get his head between my legs, grab him around the waist, pick him up, bend my knees as I sit down, and protect his neck. We're going to show you a little more about safely how it's done, closely, so where he's protecting him, from really put him away in heaven.
Pile Driver Safety
Now you got him between the legs, and he's going to pick him up by the waist safely. And because he has him between the legs, when he sits down the room between the floor and his neck, is going to be that much. A little more, and we're not going to have Sammy Cruize anymore. But, Roger knows how to do it professionally and it's done safely, and nothing happens. Do it. There's just a little bit of room between his head and the floor. We could do that much, but if you miss, it's over.
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