Jonno Mears Explains How He Won a Fight with a ‘Boston Crab’, Teases Another Wrestling Submission
MMA fighter Jonno Mears made history by winning a fight by using ‘The Walls of Jericho’ otherwise known as the ‘Boston Crab’, a professional wrestling move made famous by WWE superstar Chris Jericho. The fight went down at FCC 19, on the 30th September 2017. He fought Aaron Jones.
Mears, who is about to open a new MMA facility in his hometown of Bury. Explains how he drilled the pro-wrestling submission in training. Along with other submissions made famous in the squared-circle. He hints that he has another one, much like the Boston Crab.
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Jonno would like to mention to Irish fans that he’s Irish/English. Mother Irish and father mixed English. His Irish family, the Keenan’s, from Belfast.
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Video credit (Jonno’s fight) – FCC’s Official Twitter Page.