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Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Sat Oct 09, 2010 8:07 pm

I was gonna list my faves but this vid pretty much covered them all...



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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Thu Oct 14, 2010 7:32 am

great video, actually depressing as it reminds you how great pro wrestling once was, the steiner screwdiver plex is awesome, i also love the steiner recliner/super camel clutch...

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Super Hyper Creep on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:26 pm

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Fizzle on Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:03 pm

i gotta say diamond cutter, stunner and super kick due to setup time. there's probably much more.


but chicken wing was good



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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:35 am

2 more:






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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Donowaman on Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:00 am




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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:18 am

the dynamite kid from the british bulldogs had some high flying finishing moves from the ropes that were well ahead of their time...



damn shame how his career ended...

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:51 am

Can't forget brett, being canadian im more proud of his performances in various pro wrestling orgs. then GSP's ground faggotry inside the octagon, brett took one of my favourite finishers, the boston crab and modified it into an instant clasic...

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:58 am

The Baron Von Vag wrote:the dynamite kid from the british bulldogs had some high flying finishing moves from the ropes that were well ahead of their time...


Man, I was just gonna post that first vid. You read my mind.

It's like Chris Benoit was a clone of The Dynamite Kid... shame how his career ended as well. Sad Sad Sad
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:04 am

The Baron Von Vag wrote:Can't forget brett, being canadian im more proud of his performances in various pro wrestling orgs. then GSP's ground faggotry inside the octagon, brett took one of my favourite finishers, the boston crab and modified it into an instant clasic...

They said on Bret's A&E Biography that the sharp shooter was supposedly a real submission move taught to him by his father Stu Hart. They said Stu learned it from his days as a catch wrester. Is that even remotely true?
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:05 am

^^ this is a great thread, BTW happy-b-day nicah...
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:12 am

NotAnUndercoverCop wrote:They said on Bret's A&E Biography that the sharp shooter was supposedly a real submission move taught to him by his father Stu Hart. They said Stu learned it from his days as a catch wrester. Is that even remotely true?

i'd bank on it, look at owen as well, those moonsaults he used to and all kinds of unorthodox plexes and holds, man stu heart is a lengend, if he had vnce's resources, he woul have cleaned house, a good portion of vinces talent in that era was poached from stus west canada wrestling orgs., and all those kids they took were what thdey were under stus tuteledge and training, and owen, man RIP owen!!!, him & koko bware as a tag team was some epic shit bro...




Some classic shit right here, ken & owen in the cage...

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Apathy-san on Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:50 am



/awesomely-bad kiss montage from 1:15 on
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Mighty Trust Krusher on Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:03 am

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:47 am

The Baron Von Vag wrote:

i'd bank on it, look at owen as well, those moonsaults he used to and all kinds of unorthodox plexes and holds, man stu heart is a lengend, if he had vnce's resources, he woul have cleaned house, a good portion of vinces talent in that era was poached from stus west canada wrestling orgs., and all those kids they took were what thdey were under stus tuteledge and training, and owen, man RIP owen!!!, him & koko bware as a tag team was some epic shit bro...

I wanna see someone do a sharp shooter in an MMA fight. Laughing

Stu was a legend. They used to call his basement the dungeon aka the torture chamber. I'd love to see a prime Stu vs. a prime Sakuraba in a strictly grappling only match up. Stu knew every submission hold known to man. That would have been beyond epic. They said when Stu would compete in catch wrestling match ups some times he would fight for 2 or 3 hours straight.

So many dead wrestlers... Sad
It really is just like that movie The Wrestler.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1125849/
^^ epic flick, BTW.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:55 am

How could I forget about these three:







God damn, that last one is ten minutes long!
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:01 pm

Mighty Trust Krusher wrote:

Don't forget about his tag partner's finisher. It's rather sweet as well.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:16 pm

NotAnUndercoverCop wrote:How could I forget about these three:


noone did that as good as juventude guerrera, really should have made that video's top 20 (with juvie performing it as the example)
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by milos22 on Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:26 pm

The best finisher EVER is the canadian destroyer...nothing like it!!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YBs3I8kDuw
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:43 pm

Nice choice.



Deeezam!!

How about a double Van-Terminator?



But, this has got the be the ultimate HOLY SHIT moment.



Jeff Hardy's Swanton Bomb was always a favorite of mine.

When he was just starting off his career he would always wait 'till the very last second to tuck his head. I always thought he was gonna be too late and snap his fucking neck. I'd be biting my nails every time. Laughing
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:57 pm

You know, come to think of it Brock had a SICK shooting star press.

...and NO I'm not talking about his epic fail at WrestleMania. I'm talking about the countless other times he did it without messing it up. Speaking of which how did he not die and or break his neck. Jesus Christ!!





He jumps so freakin' high and far. Impressive as shit.
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:59 pm

Rob Van Dam's 5 star frog splash is always very impressive.



It's such a simple move. No corkscrews or back flips. Just hang time and impact.


EDIT: ^^^^ I didn't realize that vid also had clips of the swanton... all well, even better. Very Happy


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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:16 pm

^^ you got to take into consideration as well, that brock literally weighed more than 2x juventudes weight, that was 1/6 of a ton coming off the ropes back in brocks 320 + lb days...
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Fri Oct 15, 2010 3:01 pm

Sometimes I forget just how good he really was. He had some epic matches in the WWE.

How many guys do you know that can jump 10 feet into the air like that and do things like F5, suplex, and powerbomb a guy like The Big Show?

I think you'd be hard pressed to find someone else who'd even consider doing any those things. Let alone actually being capable of it.
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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Hollywood Dang on Fri Oct 15, 2010 4:28 pm

Aside Brock and other technical great moves i have to name the Jacknife Powerbomb of Kevin Nash/Diesel. It wasn't technical anything special but i think it always looked like it could make a real impact.
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