Folks, the Kane flying clothesline does have more affect than a normal clothesline. IMagine. this big guy standing still in front of you hitting you with his arm against your jaw. You go down. Now..this same guy jumping down and forward from a turnbuckle, landing on his feet yet his forward momentum gives him extra speed/strength/whatever when that arm comes against your jaw. You go down and out. See..there IS a difference. It's just a matter of selling it and being sold well.
Running the ring ropes is something we have to take for granted..I dunno why if you get thrown you have the tendency to turn around and bounce back from ropes.. That's why I like it when some guys go sternum first into the turnbuckles, which is actually the same move.
The top rope axe handle which is going to miss is annoying as hell yeah. The Buhbuh senton isn't as it was just him wanting to once hit it. WHen he did (first split Raw I believe) he was happy and never tried it again if i remember correctly.
The CW flip thing..Damn..I remember seeing someone actually doing something with that move but i forgot what it was and who.. It dates back to Hall vs Michaels laddermathces too I believe. At least I remember seeing that move back in that era already.
And finally, as for countering the Stunner/Pedigree. Early in the match you are strong enough to ignore the pain and you do not allow yourself to be hit with the follow-up move. Later on however you are worn down and its kick wham stunner time. Same would go for Booker's axe kick. The diamond cutter however is another story. DDP can hit it from SO many various positions! (A friend of mine started hating DDP for that simple reason when WCW sold Page and the cutter like that..said exactly the same thing that was said here earlier. Why not do it at the start of the match and get it over with?)
"...And I use that to fuck them some place fairly uncomfortable." "What, like the back of a volkswagen ?" -Mallrats
Originally posted by dMpThe CW flip thing..Damn..I remember seeing someone actually doing something with that move but i forgot what it was and who.. It dates back to Hall vs Michaels laddermathces too I believe. At least I remember seeing that move back in that era already.
Yep. Back then it made sense, as it was a counter to the Rocker Dropper. (now known as the Fameasser)