Note: Please make a post for each character with a WRITTEN description of your Primary Finisher, and it will be edited for spelling and such, and added to the list. As the list grows, it will be set in alphabetical order by superstar name, not Finisher name.
And so there's no confusion - While you can have as many Finishing and Signature moves as you want, You may only pick ONE Primary finisher for this list. If your move is basically the same as someone else's on the list, modify it somehow to be at least slightly different, whether it be by adding a taunt, or changing something up. (i.e. Both Undertaker and Kevin Nash have powerbomb finishes, but they are slightly different in execution. Likewise, Tempest uses an RKO like cutter, but generally begins it with a gutkick first.)
Angelus - The Blessing
(Modified Version of a Alabamaslam) After lifting his opponent in the standard way with his head between their legs, Angelus will jump slightly from the floor and drop down to his knees to increase the impact.
Dan Bennett - Ode to Rated X
(Modified Single-Leg Boston Crab) After delivering any maneuver resulting in the opponent on their back and Bennett by their legs, he will grab a hold of the left leg of the opponent, raise it to under his armpit, and pull them over onto their back while stepping over, effectively locking in an elevated half crab. As he sinks the hold in and maintains his balance, he will lower his right knee onto the opponent's neck, applying much more pressure and contorting the neck even more.
Derrick Jedi - The Jedi Mind Trick
An easy enough "out of nowhere" finisher. Derrick will sneak up behind his opponent and jump on their back while applying a standard facelock. He falls back and takes them with; slamming the back of their head into the canvas with a tremendous amount of force.[/i]
Rose - Kiss From a Rose
(Knee Trembler) Rose's opponent is on his knees, or bent over. Rose simply takes a run up and hits them with a brutal knee to the head. No fuss, a lot of mess.
Tempest - The Thunderbolt
(Modified Diamond Cutter) After opening this manuever with a gutkick to his opponent's midsection, Tempest applies a three-quarter facelock (reaching back and grabbing the head of his competition, thus pulling the opponent's jaw above his shoulder) and then darts forward, and then immediately falls backwards to slam his opponent face-first to the mat below.