5 Best Wrestling Finishing Moves
It certainly cannot be denied that what kept our eyes glued on our tubes are these 5 best wrestling finishing moves. These are the signature finishers of wrestling gods which kept us asking, “How did he do that?” which until now remains unanswered. Let us reminisce on these incredible acts which made us scream our loudest “Whoa!” and left us with our jaws dropped hilariously.
- Stone Cold Stunner Every wrestling enthusiast is aware of this seemingly painful wrestling finishing move by the Stone Cold Steve Austin, who is the frontrunner of wrestling’s “Attitude” era. No one would want to miss this badass act as Steve grabs the head and pulls the jaw of his opponent over his shoulder (known as the three-quarter facelock).
- Sweet Chin Music Shawn Michaels (The Heart Break Kid) is certainly the maestro of this brutal melody as he unleashes his super kick to his victim. It is a simple finishing move in wrestling, but spectators can’t help but be amazed with the twist of magic ignited from “tuning up the band” to the anticipated hit of Michaels’ foot to his rival’s jaw.
- The Diamond Cutter Who will not be astonished when Diamond Dallas Page performs this terrible finishing move? After doing the three-quarter facelock, Page’s opponent will ultimately realize his defeat as his face crashes to the mat. It is definitely a mass of shame on his face, isn’t it?
- People’s Elbow Probably the most magnetic figure in the history of professional wrestling, The Rock, now famously known as Dwayne Johnson, successfully won not only his matches, but the crowd’s hearts with his wrestling finishing move. His millions of fans surely can’t take their eyes off him until he elbow drops his opponent to his fatal finale.
- Tombstone Piledriver This wrestling finishing move powerfully marks the end of almost every match with the Undertaker. Despite being a risky finishing move to perform, Undertaker has the talent of satisfying the expectations of his fans without inflicting untoward injuries to his opponents.