Locking mitts

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Pete Sanstol v. Al Brown
Panama Al Brown locking Pete Sanstol's mitts: 13 Sept 1935

Term used when a boxer squeezes his opponent's forearm (usually the right arm of an orthodox boxer) between his elbow and body, to prevent from getting punched, while usually at the same time hitting his opponent with his other hand.