Professional Wrestling Attacks
Choosing only five of the best professional wrestling attacks is difficult because there are so many great ones to choose from. Choosing the best wrestling attacks can only be done based off of damage caused and excitement for the fans in the audience. The following is a list of the five best professional wrestling attacks based off of those two things.
- Cross Chop. The cross chop is a simple professional wrestling attack, but it can be very damaging to an opponent. The attack involves first moving or throwing the opponent into the corner turnbuckle. Then, the wrestler takes the side of their first and swings it back as far as possible. With one quick movement, the wrestler slams the fist into the chest of the opponent causing a giant red mark and pain to spiral through the opponents body.
- Clothesline. The clothesline is one of the most fun professional wrestling attacks. The move involves whipping the opponent across the ring into the ropes like a slingshot. Meanwhile, the wrestler runs and bounces off the other side of the ring ropes and back towards the opponent. The wrestler literally sticks out their arms and slams their arms across the opponents neck, causing them to fall to the ground and lose their breath.
- Knee Smash. A knee smash seems like an easy professional wrestling attack, but it is a lot more tricky than it appears. The wrestler has to grab the opponent and stand them up. Then, grab the opponents head and slam it into his/her knee. Sometimes wrestlers use more than one knee to hit the opponent in the head and knock them out.
- Punt. The punt is one of the most dangerous professional wrestling attacks. The opponent needs to be climbing back up or be on one knee in order for this move to be effective. The wrestler stands a few feet back and runs towards the opponents head (as if it were a football). The wrestler than kicks the opponents head as hard as he/she can.
- Body Drop. The body drop is a professional wrestling attack that involves making sure the opponent is groggy enough to lift up. The wrestler grabs the dazed opponent and lifts him/her above his/her head as high as possible. With one swift movement, the wrestler than drops the opponent. The feeling is similar to falling out of a very tall bed and hitting a very hard surface. Needless to say, it's painful.