Learn To Do Powerbomb Wrestling Move
Learn to do powerbomb wrestling move is not difficult. A fan of the sport can even playfully set up a young relative in the maneuver, so long as they make sure to be gentle and drop them on a soft surface like a couch. The powerbomb is one of the most customarily used wrestling moves in professional wrestling. Many wrestlers use it as a regular move in their arsenal, usually in the middle of a match. It has even been utilized as a finishing maneuver by such wrestlers as Kevin Nash, The Undertaker, Batista and Sable. There are a few components that go into performing this wrestling move.
- Bend your opponent over, keeping them facing you. Place their head between your thighs as a means to set up to start to do the powerbomb.
- Bend forward and place your arms, folded with your hands meeting, underneath your opponent's torso. Lift them up, turning them around so that their legs are even with your shoulders. It should look as though your opponent could reverse your powerbomb set-up into a hurricanrana, or headscissors maneuver.
- Pull up on your opponent. Use your momentum as you raise up to a straight standing position and support your opponent's torso and back by holding them in place. Your opponent will assist you and maneuver in such a way that it will look as though you are in complete control. They will appear to be sitting on your shoulders. You are almost set in actually performing the powerbomb move.
- Keep a firm grip on your opponent. Make sure you are standing up straight and have your opponent at the right height. Drop the individual by throwing them back down to the canvas to conclude the powerbomb move.