History Main / NameOfPower

1st Mar '18 8:59:35 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* William Regal himself offers a {{subver|ted trope}}sion, claiming he won matches with "The Power Of The Punch" while he really just hit guys with brass knuckles. He had a straight example too, as Carlito could hit knee lifts all day but William Regal's Knee ''Trembler'' was a finisher.

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* William Regal himself offers a {{subver|ted trope}}sion, claiming he won matches with "The Power Of The Punch" while he really just hit guys with brass knuckles. He had a straight example too, as Carlito Wrestling/{{Carlito|Colon}} could hit knee lifts all day but William Regal's Knee ''Trembler'' was a finisher.
17th Feb '17 5:29:30 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* Perhaps the most triumphant example: a belly to belly suplex is one of the most basic holds/throws a wrestler can do, showing up in the movelists of all sorts of wrestlers. Wrestling/{{Bayley}}, on the other hand, can use it as a finisher because it's a BAYLEY TO BELLY (suplex)![[note]]Though she does sometimes do it off the top rope, an avalanche belly/Bayley to belly suplex, when she needs an extra bit of oommph.
* Not very common on Wrestling/LuchaUnderground, where most finishers either lack names, or are particularly unique moves (such as [[Wrestling/JohnMorrison Johnny Mundo's]] 'End of the World', a ''split-leg corkscrew moonsault'' or Drago's 'Dragon's Lair' pin) but the most notable example is former champion [[WrestlingMonster Matanza's]] finisher, a simple reverse-spin scoop powerslam which ''nobody'' kicks out of. Its name? ''Wrath of the Gods.''

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* Perhaps the most triumphant example: a belly to belly suplex is one of the most basic holds/throws a wrestler can do, showing up in the movelists of all sorts of wrestlers. Wrestling/{{Bayley}}, on the other hand, can use it as a finisher because it's a BAYLEY TO BELLY (suplex)![[note]]Though she does sometimes do it off the top rope, an avalanche belly/Bayley to belly suplex, when she needs an extra bit of oommph.
oommph.[[/note]]
* Not very common on Wrestling/LuchaUnderground, where most finishers either lack names, or are particularly unique moves (such as [[Wrestling/JohnMorrison Johnny Mundo's]] 'End of the World', a ''split-leg corkscrew moonsault'' or Drago's 'Dragon's Lair' pin) but the most notable example is former champion [[WrestlingMonster Matanza's]] finisher, a simple reverse-spin scoop powerslam which ''nobody'' kicks out of. Its name? ''Wrath of the Gods.''''[[note]]To be fair, within the universe of the show Matanza is supposedly [[DemonicPossession possessed by a literal Aztec god of slaughter]], which would justify the destructiveness of the move.[[/note]]
17th Feb '17 5:26:47 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* Not very common on Wrestling/LuchaUnderground, where most finishers either lack names, or are particularly unique moves (such as [[Wrestling/JohnMorrison Johnny Mundo's]] 'End of the World', a ''split-leg corkscrew moonsault'' or Drago's 'Dragon's Lair' pin) but the most notable example is champion Matanza's finisher, a simple reverse-spin scoop powerslam which ''nobody'' kicks out of. Its name? ''Wrath of the Gods.''
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* Not very common on Wrestling/LuchaUnderground, where most finishers either lack names, or are particularly unique moves (such as [[Wrestling/JohnMorrison Johnny Mundo's]] 'End of the World', a ''split-leg corkscrew moonsault'' or Drago's 'Dragon's Lair' pin) but the most notable example is former champion Matanza's [[WrestlingMonster Matanza's]] finisher, a simple reverse-spin scoop powerslam which ''nobody'' kicks out of. Its name? ''Wrath of the Gods.''
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16th Oct '16 4:58:29 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* Not very common on Wrestling/LuchaUnderground, where most finishers either lack names, or are particularly unique moves (such as [[Wrestling/JohnMorrison Johnny Mundo's]] 'End of the World', a ''split-leg corkscrew moonsault or Drago's 'Dragon's Lair' pin) but the most notable example is champion Matanza's finisher, a simple reverse-spin scoop powerslam which ''nobody'' kicks out of. Its name? ''Wrath of the Gods.''

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* Not very common on Wrestling/LuchaUnderground, where most finishers either lack names, or are particularly unique moves (such as [[Wrestling/JohnMorrison Johnny Mundo's]] 'End of the World', a ''split-leg corkscrew moonsault moonsault'' or Drago's 'Dragon's Lair' pin) but the most notable example is champion Matanza's finisher, a simple reverse-spin scoop powerslam which ''nobody'' kicks out of. Its name? ''Wrath of the Gods.''
16th Oct '16 4:58:16 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* Perhaps the most triumphant example: a belly to belly suplex is one of the most basic holds/throws a wrestler can do, showing up in the movelists of all sorts of wrestlers. Wrestling/{{Bayley}}, on the other hand, can use it as a finisher because it's a BAYLEY TO BELLY (suplex)![[note]]Though she does sometimes do it off the top rope, an avalanche belly/Bayley to belly suplex, when she needs an extra bit of oommph.[[/note]]

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* Perhaps the most triumphant example: a belly to belly suplex is one of the most basic holds/throws a wrestler can do, showing up in the movelists of all sorts of wrestlers. Wrestling/{{Bayley}}, on the other hand, can use it as a finisher because it's a BAYLEY TO BELLY (suplex)![[note]]Though she does sometimes do it off the top rope, an avalanche belly/Bayley to belly suplex, when she needs an extra bit of oommph.oommph.
* Not very common on Wrestling/LuchaUnderground, where most finishers either lack names, or are particularly unique moves (such as [[Wrestling/JohnMorrison Johnny Mundo's]] 'End of the World', a ''split-leg corkscrew moonsault or Drago's 'Dragon's Lair' pin) but the most notable example is champion Matanza's finisher, a simple reverse-spin scoop powerslam which ''nobody'' kicks out of. Its name? ''Wrath of the Gods.''
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9th Oct '16 4:08:21 AM erforce
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* World of STARDOM Champion Kairi Hojo could keep her challengers down for three with a jackknife hold, or rather, a Jack ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Sparrow]]'' Knife hold.

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* World of STARDOM Champion Kairi Hojo could keep her challengers down for three with a jackknife hold, or rather, a Jack ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean ''[[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Sparrow]]'' Knife hold.
12th Apr '16 8:29:21 PM xXwindsofchangeXx
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** [[Wrestling/MickFoley Mick Foley]] and his Double Arm DDT.

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** [[Wrestling/MickFoley Mick Foley]] and his Double Arm DDT. Wrestling/DeanAmbrose uses the same move as well - it's just called "Dirty Deeds." (And it was [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness originally a headlock driver.]]
15th Feb '16 7:19:37 PM CornwindEvilman
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** As Daniel Bryan, he has a Wrestling/{{KENTA|Kobayashi}} esque flying knee, which is an interesting aversion, as it's unofficially known as the "Knee +," but the announcers just call it the flying knee. However, he has used it to beat Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/TripleH, and to set up Wrestling/{{Batista}} for the Yes Lock (a Crossface and a more traditional example).

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** As Daniel Bryan, he has had a Wrestling/{{KENTA|Kobayashi}} esque flying knee, which is an interesting aversion, as it's it was unofficially known as the "Knee +," but the announcers just call called it the flying knee. However, he has used it to beat Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/TripleH, and to set up Wrestling/{{Batista}} for the Yes Lock (a Crossface and a more traditional example).



* Defied with Wrestling/DeanAmbrose, who has been using a headlock driver as a finisher more or less since debuting as part of Wrestling/TheShield, and as of March 2014 it STILL doesn't have a name, official or unofficial. It was FINALLY given a name on the March 28th Smackdown: Dirty Deeds. Sometime after Summerslam 2014, Ambrose's finisher became a double underhook DDT, but it retained the Dirty Deeds name

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* Defied An odd case with Wrestling/DeanAmbrose, who has been using used a headlock driver as a finisher more or less since debuting as part of Wrestling/TheShield, and as of Wrestling/TheShield in November 2012., It went until March 2014 it STILL doesn't have without being given a name, official or unofficial. It was unofficial, until FINALLY being given a name on the March 28th Smackdown: Dirty Deeds.Deeds (fittingly, around the time the Shield turned face). Sometime after Summerslam 2014, Ambrose's finisher became a double underhook DDT, but it retained the Dirty Deeds name



* World of STARDOM Champion Kairi Hojo could keep her challengers down for three with a jackknife hold, or rather, a Jack ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Sparrow]]'' Knife hold.

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* World of STARDOM Champion Kairi Hojo could keep her challengers down for three with a jackknife hold, or rather, a Jack ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Sparrow]]'' Knife hold.hold.
* Perhaps the most triumphant example: a belly to belly suplex is one of the most basic holds/throws a wrestler can do, showing up in the movelists of all sorts of wrestlers. Wrestling/{{Bayley}}, on the other hand, can use it as a finisher because it's a BAYLEY TO BELLY (suplex)![[note]]Though she does sometimes do it off the top rope, an avalanche belly/Bayley to belly suplex, when she needs an extra bit of oommph.[[/note]]
16th Sep '15 12:47:16 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** Wrestling/DramaticDreamTeam saw Jet Shogo use a punch as a finishing move. Naturally, it was called the JET Punch.



* An accidental example, half by {{Engrish}} and half by Wrestling/JoeyStyles not grasping the concept of JapaneseRanguage, resulted in him calling a basic rolling elbow from Wrestling/MasatoTanaka as the "Roaring Elbow" in Wrestling/{{ECW}}. Of course, the rolling elbow was already a seen as a finishing move thanks to legends like Wrestling/MitsuharuMisawa.

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* An accidental example, half by {{Engrish}} and half by Wrestling/JoeyStyles not grasping the concept of JapaneseRanguage, resulted in him calling a basic rolling elbow from Wrestling/MasatoTanaka as the "Roaring Elbow" in Wrestling/{{ECW}}. Of course, the rolling elbow was already a seen as a finishing move thanks to legends like Wrestling/MitsuharuMisawa.Wrestling/MitsuharuMisawa.
* World of STARDOM Champion Kairi Hojo could keep her challengers down for three with a jackknife hold, or rather, a Jack ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Sparrow]]'' Knife hold.
24th Aug '15 1:25:38 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* One of Rufus R. Jone's special moves was a standard AM football tackle called "The Freight Train".


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* June Byers used a fairly straight forward bridging pin as a finishing move calling it, the Byers Bridge.
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