Cool Wrestling Moves
There are some very cool wrestling moves that can excite a crowd and bring a match to an end. Professional wrestlers make their livings by executing some of the most interesting moves you will ever see an athlete make. Remember that these cool wrestling moves are executed by professionals, and you should not try them at home.
- Drop kick. There is something very cool about a 300-pound, muscular man jumping until he is parallel to the mat, and then planting a drop kick on to his opponent's face. This becomes an exciting cool wrestling move when the opponent is bounced off the ropes and the wrestler meets his opponent in the middle of the ring with a flying drop-kick.
- Spear. In all of professional wrestling, the most proficient athlete to use the spear was Goldberg. To execute a spear all you need to do is have your opponent standing but unaware, and then you launch your shoulder into his stomach area. The impact can be heard all around the arena.
- Suplex. The suplex is a pretty basic wrestling move. The wrestler lifts his opponent until the opponent's legs are sticking straight up, and then drops the opponent on his back. The variations that wrestlers use are what makes this one of the truly cool wrestling moves. A suplex from the top rope is always fun to watch, and a suplex followed by a full back-arch bridge is one of the most impressive moves in all of sports.
- Stunner. Stone Cold Steve Austin's finishing move was the stunner. Stone Cold would kick his opponent in the gut, and as the opponent is doubled-over in pain, Austin would lift the opponent in the air and drop the opponent's chin on Austin's shoulder. What makes this move cool is how fast Austin could apply it, and how effective it was.
- Full body press. There are few things in professional wrestling more impressive than an athlete lifting a 300-pound opponent into the air and holding him there like a weightlifting bar. The crash that is made when the opponent is dropped to the mat only emphasizes the power of this very cool wrestling move.