Guillotine Choke - Guillotine Choke in Popular Media

Guillotine Choke in Popular Media

Although the technique has been around for many centuries, it was widely made known to many by martial artist, Bruce Lee in his 1972 movie Way of the Dragon.

Professional Wrestler Bryan Danielson used the guillotine choke as his finisher maneuver.

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