On Saturday night Kenny Robertson pulled out a pretty wicked submission move to finish off Brock Jardine. Here he is talking about it:

“I kind of made it up in college when I was wrestling, unfortunately I tore a kid’s hamstring in half doing it. But I learned … I converted it over to submissions and it worked really well. All it is is when people try to get the hooks out, they tripod up and try to shake you off, you just reach down (and) lift that heel right up.”

And while he figured it out on his own, the move was already coined by Amar Suloev who pulled it off at a 2 Hot 2 Handle event back in 2002:

Everyone is calling it the Suloev Stretch, which is too bad because the Kenknee Rippertson is a way cooler name in my opinion…