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fergaldevitt’s favorite wrestling moves
enzuigiri : The term Enzui is the Japanese word for medulla oblongata and giri means “to chop”. Thus, an enzuigiri is any attack that strikes the back of the head. It is often used as a counter-move after a kick is blocked and the leg caught (called a “leg-feed”), or the initial kick is a feint to set up the real enzuigiri attack. A common variation of the enzuigiri sees the wrestler stepping up the opponent’s chest, and hitting the back of the opponent’s head with the other leg, or foot.

A. Pons Varoli. B. Medulla oblongata. C. Cerebellum (left hemisphere).

The medulla oblongata controls autonomic functions, and connects the higher levels of the brain to the spinal cord. It is also responsible for regulating several basic functions of the autonomic nervous system which include:

Respiration – chemoreceptors

Cardiac center – sympathetic, parasympathetic system

Vasomotor center – baroreceptors

Reflex centers of vomiting, coughing, sneezing, and swallowing

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