Unusual Wrestling Moves
The best unusual wrestling moves are also some of the most damaging and the best out there. Moves can be downright scary sometimes and other times they are so extreme that they leave the viewers breathless and wanting more. The following is al list of five of the best unusual wrestling moves that have ever existed in the wrestling world.
- Stinkface. The stinkface is one of the most unusual wrestling moves that anyone has ever seen. This move involves the opponent to be sitting down on the ground in the turnbuckle. The opponent has to be stunned in order for this move to work. The wrestler takes his/her tights and lifts them up as far as possible. The wrestler then walks over to the opponent and rubs their behind in his/her face.
- Cannon Ball. The cannon ball is a fun and unusual wrestling move that usually involves a big-belly wrestler and a smaller opponent. The opponent is thrown into the ropes and when they slingshot back the bigger wrestler is waiting with his/her belly sticking out far. The opponent runs into the belly and falls flat to the mat, either knocked out or stunned.
- Heart Punch. The heart punch sounds like an emotional move more than a physical one. However, it is one of the unusual physical moves available to a wrestler. The wrestler completes this move by grabbing the opponent by the neck and standing him/her straight up on his/her feet. The wrestler than makes a fist and punches the opponent right in the heart. The move looks unusual but can really knock an opponent off his/her feet.
- Spear. The spear is one of the best and most unusual moves in wrestling. This move involves the wrestler waiting for the opponent to stand up dazed and confused on two feet. Then, the opponent needs to turn around slowly as the wrestler rushes them from a football stance. The wrestler goes head first, arms out into the opponent and spears them in the stomach.
- Biting. Not very many wrestlers try this move, however it is a very powerful and unusual wrestling move. This move involves simply, biting the opponent's head with the wrestler's teeth. The bite can be on the leg, arm, head, face, hand, and anywhere else that there is access to skin.