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{{Technique|name = Tackle|image = Funada tackle.png|imagesize = 260px|caption = タックル, ''Takkuru''|style = Various Martial Arts|users = [[Koji Funada]]|similar = n/a}}'''Tackle''' (タックル, ''Takkuru'') is a fighting move.
 
{{Technique|name = Tackle|image = Funada tackle.png|imagesize = 260px|caption = タックル, ''Takkuru''|style = Various Martial Arts|users = [[Koji Funada]]|similar = n/a}}'''Tackle''' (タックル, ''Takkuru'') is a fighting move.
   
==Description==
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===Description==
 
Tackling is a technique that just can’t be ignored. When you’re up against a striker executing a tackle has to be timed with the opponent’s attacks so that you can bring him to the ground. If it’s a reversed situation and your opponent is a wrestler having knowledge of tackles is just as important so that you are able to avoid them, counter them and be able to stand on your feet.
 
Tackling is a technique that just can’t be ignored. When you’re up against a striker executing a tackle has to be timed with the opponent’s attacks so that you can bring him to the ground. If it’s a reversed situation and your opponent is a wrestler having knowledge of tackles is just as important so that you are able to avoid them, counter them and be able to stand on your feet.
   

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