In our great sport a large number of wrestlers get credited with "moves of doom"; these are the moves that they do in every match.
Hogan, Hart, and Flair in every match had a set of 5 or 6 moves (pushing the amount for Hogan) that they could hit, and we would know they were going to hit, before the match even bagan. I ask what are your favorite "moves of doom"?
Mine: Gotta go with Andre the Giant. Push top rope all the way down to the second rope to step over it. The tie up in the ropes. big chop blocked body slam headbutt
Hart's actually made sense, and were often interchangeable as far as order is concerned. I never really got bored of Bret's routine the way I have with the others that you mention.
You forgot Cena's though, he's developing quite the formula as well. Though it seems to have hindered his ability to put on good matches lately.
Marco: But we can chew nails and shoot 'em out as bullets, right? Sparks: Nails, chains -- you won't have titanium teeth for nothing. Murphy: Nails are like candy to robots! And we'll eat tires instead of licorice. Debbie: GAH! No we won't!! Murphy: Maybe YOU won't.
I really think that this can hurt a wrestler. Take Cena for example, his matches aren't really good. But fans cheer when he does his five knuckle shuffle deal. So when he is looking for pops during a match, he goes to that. You have to be effective at using this during a match. If you can't do that, you turn into Scotty Too Hott(see the worm), and well, that isn't any good.