Great Wrestling Moves
Here are five best great wrestling moves in the exciting, fast-paced, heart-pounding world of wrestling. Those five moves are chosen based off of pure emotion and awe factor for the audience and for the wrestlers themselves. What makes a wrestling move great is the ability to stun a whole room of people in a five second expression of physical greatness.
- Bronco Buster. The bronco buster is one of the best great wrestling moves out there. This move involves the opponent sitting in the corner turnbuckle, facing the wrestler. The wrestler runs straight at the opponent from across the ring and jumps on their neck and rides it like a horse. The move constricts air to the opponent. It is great because it is fun to watch and hard to perform.
- Chokeslam. The chokeslam is one of the best classic and great wrestling moves. The chokeslam involves the wrestler grabbing the opponent by the throat and hoisting them high into the air. The wrestler then holds them for as long as possible and slams the opponent to the ground below. The move hurts the opponent's body as whole and usually makes them black out. This move requires a massive amount of strength.
- Butt Drop. The butt drop is unusual, but also one of the best great wrestling moves. The butt slam involves the wrestler making the opponent dazed and lay on the ground. The wrestler than stands above the wrestler and usually taunts to the crowd. Then the wrestler jumps high into the air and drops his/her butt onto the opponent's head or body. This move is funny and entertaining, making it one of the greatest wrestling moves.
- Headbutt. The headbutt is an extreme and great wrestling move. This move is intense because it involves the wrestler sacrificing his/her own body to hurt the opponent worse. The headbutt involves throwing the wrestler's own head into the opponent's head as hard as humanly possible. The wrestler can cause a huge cut on the opponent's head.
- Football Kick. The football kick is one of the most dangerous, yet great wrestling moves. This move involves the opponent being confused and dazed and climbing to his/her feet. The wrestler runs at the opponent, as if the opponent's head is a football, and kicks it as hard as he/she can. This can cause an immediate black out and loss for the opponent.