Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Dragon Ace » Sun May 12, 2013 9:54 am

Flavian Effectus - Ace uses this as his be all and end all finisher. While he has his Triple 7s Codebreaker as an outta nowhere finisher, and the Pltinum Made Cloverleaf as his submission finish, the Flavian Effectus ends the match immediately.

The Flavian Effectus is a Pedigree. Ace will kick his opponent in the midsection to double them over, slip their head between his legs, double underhook both arms, and then take a moment to give his opponent a realization of their position, before leaping up, and driving the opponent face-first into the mat, his weight landing on the back of the head.
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Rob Chapman » Sun May 26, 2013 4:17 am

Heathen Chemistry - While Rob uses the Total Eclipse (Enzui Superkick) and Fade-2-Black (Guillotine Choke) as 'out of nowhere' finishers (and in the case of the former, usually as a last result), his Primary Finisher is the "Heathen Chemistry". A Reverse Brainbuster, the move begins with Rob applying an "Inverted Chancery", or Dragon Sleeper on the opponent. From here, he may choose to rally/antagonize the crowd, or in serious situations, perform the move straight away. From this position, in which he grabs the waistband or even a leg for leverage, he lifts the opponent up in a Suplex-style lift until the bottom of their head is pointed directly at the canvas, and then he'll drop straight down to spike the opponent on their head. This is an extremely devastating as well as impressive, yet simplistic move and is seldom kicked out of due to the nature of the impact, and can be made more potent by first stalling (generally on lighter opponents) to allow a rush of blood to the opponent's head before dropping them on it, thus increasing the effective force of the move by making them woozy on top of injured. This move is often pulled off during a series of reversals.

Total Eclipse - A very quick, sharp Super Kick to the back of the opponent's head, a.k.a. an "Enzui" Super Kick. Often pulled out as a desperation/out of nowhere move when an opponent isn't expecting an attack. Can be done either to a standing or kneeling opponent.

(I haven't decided which one will be his primary yet. The latter fits better with his heel turn, but the former has been his primary finisher since '08.)
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Canadian » Wed Jun 05, 2013 8:51 pm

Canucklebuster: (Pedigree into Front Flipping Reverse Piledriver) Jack will deliver a hard pump kick to the midsection of his opponent doubling them over. He will then intertwine his arms with opponents behind their back in a butterfly lock and trap their head between his legs. Jack will jump over the back of his opponent completing one full front rotation and deliver the Reverse Piledriver on his opponent.
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Johawn » Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:04 pm

Canadian wrote:Canucklebuster: (Pedigree into Front Flipping Reverse Piledriver) Jack will deliver a hard pump kick to the midsection of his opponent doubling them over. He will then intertwine his arms with opponents behind their back in a butterfly lock and trap their head between his legs. Jack will jump over the back of his opponent completing one full front rotation and deliver the Reverse Piledriver on his opponent.


Like a Canadian Destroyer with an underhook?
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Canadian » Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:18 pm

Exactly.
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby John Henry Towers » Thu Jun 06, 2013 2:03 am

Tower of Power:
This high impact chokeslam usually starts with Towers 'stalking' a stunned opponent, with his right hand outstretched, waiting for them to stumble into his path. At that point he lashes out and performs a powerful single-arm choke, hefting his competition into the air and holding them poised there for several seconds during which he will often march slowly about the ring to display his power. Then, usually to the dismay and/or delight of the crowd, Towers will take several steps, launching himself upwards and then slamming his poor victim down to the mat with all of his might. This move usually results in a KO win for Towers.
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Hazard » Sun Jun 09, 2013 3:41 am

Canadian wrote:Exactly.


Flipping Tiger Driver, or as I like to call it, the Nagasaki Driver. It's one of Hazard's signature moves. Not his main one, but it's one of his signatures. I'll let the powers that be make the call on this one.
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Dan » Sun Jun 09, 2013 6:01 am

Signatures aren't reserved for anyone in particular. If it were a finisher of Hazard, that may be a different story, but as it is a Signature Move, and as many people have as many as 10 of them, the finisher can stay.
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Hazard » Sun Jun 09, 2013 6:04 am

Dan wrote:Signatures aren't reserved for anyone in particular. If it were a finisher of Hazard, that may be a different story, but as it is a Signature Move, and as many people have as many as 10 of them, the finisher can stay.


Fair play. Case closed.
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Re: Wrestling Moves: XWA Primary Finishers

Postby Dragon Ace » Sun Jun 09, 2013 6:41 am

If it makes you feel better Hazard, Ca$h has two of my finishers listed as regular moves in his moveset. Not signatures. Just regular moves.

EDIT: Just to clarify, not a complaint. I reserved the Pedigree instead of the Codebreaker or Cloverleaf, and I'm okay with that. I was just pointing it out :)
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