Crazy Wrestling Move
There have been a lot of crazy wrestling moves performed since the start on TNA, but these moves top the list. So which moves are considered the craziest in all of wrestling entertainment? Warning: These moves should only be performed by a wrestling professional.
- The Canadian Destroyer Done by Petey Williams, this wrestling move is also considered one of the best finishers in the industry—and for good reason. Here's how Williams does it: Once the opponent is dazed, he sets him up for a powerbomb but flips over his opponent instead to turn it into a piledriver. It's a move worth seeing at least once.
- Old School The Undertaker has performed this wrestling move famously as one of his signature moves since he first debuted in the early 1990s and few have escaped it. Here's how it works: The Undertaker takes his opponent's arm and twists it, dragging it back as he ascends the turnbuckle. Using the arm as leverage, he walks across the top rope until he reaches the middle. After reaching the middle, he jumps and chops the opponent as he lands to his feet.
- High-Angle Senton Bomb Made famous by Jeff Hardy, the Senton bomb or the High-Angle Senton Bomb, is a high-flying, high-impact wrestling move commonly used to finish off opponents that are near defeat. The move is simple. Simply ascend the top turnbuckle, leap off and extend your body so it resembles a swan. Flip right as you reach your opponent to devastate. This move can be very dangerous, so additional practice may be needed to perfect it.