|twinkieafternoon - 2012-03-11 |
Stunners are presented alphabetically by opponent. A lot of love went into this.
Naturally, Jericho was the best at selling it.
|Prickly Pete - 2012-03-11 |
Not complete. Missing this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH7AYkZuERE Or it's not in the "V"s, anyway.
|badideasinaction - 2012-03-11 |
Say what you will about Steve Austin, he's raised falling on his own ass into a fine art.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-03-12 |
I remember ceaselessly mocking this move with my friends years ago. It's just one of the most undeservedly popular ridiculous wrestling moves out there. It's the gimpy little front kick that makes it.
Are you kidding? This is probably the most perfect finnishing move in wrestling ever.
blue vein steel
yeah, not even an Austin fan, but i did think that was kind of a cool finisher
When sold properly, it looks great (Jericho, Angle).
When sold shittily, it either looks terrible (Trump, every McMahon) or hilarious (Rock, Hall, Santino).
I'm not going to say anything bad about Randy Savage ever, but the flying elbow only had limited use. The stunner was great not just because of how it looked, but also because of how quickly it could be pulled off and how versatile it was on how it could be worked into a match / spot.
And yeah, it's basically a Rude Awakening with the guy's body forwards.
|mon666ster - 2012-03-12 |
-1 star for being alphabetical by first name. +100 stars for having separate sections for Dude Love, Mankind and Mick Foley.
|Stopheles - 2012-03-12 |
Bravely rated and reviewed, jreid.
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