Unique Wrestling Moves
There are thousands of wrestling moves out there, but there are only five of the best unique wrestling moves. These moves inspire awe among fans and wrestlers alike. These moves can cause fear, panic, confusion and pain to an opponent. The following is a list of the five best unique wrestling moves based off of these factors and overall amazing quality.
- Asian Mist. The Asian mist wrestling move is one of the most unique wrestling moves that anyone has ever seen. This move involves stunning your opponent with a kick to the head first. Once the opponent is dazed, the wrestler puts a secret ingredient in their mouth that creates a green paint-like mist. When the opponent doesn't expect it, the wrestler spits the green paint-like mist into the opponent's face. This causes the opponent to go blind temporarily.
- Hair Pull. The hair pull sounds like a simple move, but that's what makes it the most unique wrestling move. The hair pull involves grabbing the opponent's hair and pulling it as hard as possible. Having hair pulled is one of the most painful feelings. The wrestlers can get unique and use objects (such as the ropes) to pull the hair even harder.
- Eye Poke. The eye poke is an old school wrestling move, but it is still popular and that makes it one of the best unique wrestling moves. The eye poke involves the wrestler using his/her finger and pushing in into the opponent's eye. However, other objects can be used besides just a finger. For example, some wrestlers use objects like a screw driver or barbed wire.
- Handspring Kick. A handspring kick is a high-flying, exciting wrestling move. The wrestler begins by making sure the opponent is dazed and standing on two feet. The wrestler then does a back hand spring and kicks the opponent in the head. It is very much a mix between gymnastics and wrestling. The kick can knock an opponent out and thus allow the wrestler to win the match via pinfall.
- Shooting Star Press. This wrestling move is one of the best unique wrestling moves because it is high-flying action. The wrestler lays an opponent on the mat close to the corner of the ring. The wrestler then climbs the ropes up to the turnbuckle. He/she turns around and faces away from the opponent. Then the wrestler jumps off the turnbuckle and does a backflip in the air, landing on the opponent.