Firstly lets call it clearly, these wrestle tactics are outright dangerous... Tbh I doubt...& hope.... theres no players carrying out these tactics to injure players. Basically its a tactic to slow down the play the ball, with the modern game so fast & 10m rule, if you dont do it, the opposition will & win by 60..... With this the case, theres many tackles EVERY game that could easily be reviewed & in the end it just comes down to a farcical judiciary to decide if its a suspension or of course, it cant be due to the player missing a final or SOO game, we cant have that!! Brings me back to the copybook tackle, yes that forgotten one below the waist & often cutting a player down around the bootlaces!! Where is the reward?? Soon as the attacker hits the ground the ref starts screaming to let go & basically you have under 2 seconds or the ref blows a penalty or you cop a boot in the mouth from the attacker. This then enables the attacking player to win the ruck, play the ball, with the dummy half scooting towards a broken backpeddling defence with support either side!! All this as a result of maybe the best tackle of the game. Now that players are punished for going low in defence these high shots & wrestles will no doubt continue resulting in debates about these grade 1,2,3 & in the process more injuries. Love my footy but maybe more latitude for those copybook low tackles could help a few areas of the modern game. Maybe a 3 -4 count to get off?? Obviously theres occasions the high tackle is needed to prevent offloads, but when coaching youngsters the old "cant run without legs" call has lost part of its reward for the defender.