A bread-and-butter trope for years in professional wrestling, wherein an established wrestler is pitted against a jobber, and the resulting match is little more than the winning wrestler showing off all the moves in his offensive arsenal. While all pushed wrestlers – from babyfaces to run-of-the-mill heels – will be showcased in these matches at some point, this trope is most commonly used in association with the Monster, whom the promoter is trying to push as an unstoppable, feared juggernaut who will hurt, if not kill, at will and without remorse. However, given the nature of wrestling, it is possible for a wrestler to not injure his opponent in any way but still win, as it only takes ten seconds to win by count out, three seconds to win by pin fall and less than a second to win by disqualification.
Super Dragon and Necro Butcher's two on one beat down of BJ Whimter at Ring of Honor's Arena Warfare event was kicked off by Dragon jumping Whitmer from behind and curbstomping him. Unlikely saviors in the ROH academy chased the two CZW wrestlers off.
Defied on SHIMMER Volume 69 when Cheerleader Melissa's match with Athena was called off after Melissa knocked out Athena with a curb stomp and then twisted her unconscious form in a Kondo Clutch rather than go for a pin or let the ref count her out.
WWESummerslam 2014. WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena defends the title against Brock Lesnar. Most fans expected a repeat of their collision in 2013, in which Cena came out victorious after a hard-fought battle, or at least a back-and-forth contest. This wasn't a Lesnar that was still recovering from diverticulitis, however, this was the man that had broken the Streak. Lesnar steamrolled Cena, literally laughing off Cena's A.A., and threw him around like a rag doll with German suplex after German suplex. It was the most hopeless battle that Cena had had in years, and sixteen suplexes later, Brock Lesnar was the new champion.