That clip has to be at least a year old by now. Still brutal even now though.
And I remember Triple H botching a pedigree years ago against some jobber on Superstars. I remember he had a "ohhhhh shit I fucked up" look on his face, then he had to check on the guy to make sure he wasnt dead.
Originally posted by Kane Is UglyAnd I remember Triple H botching a pedigree years ago against some jobber on Superstands. I remember he had a "ohhhhh shit I fucked up" look on his face, then he had to check on the guy to make sure he wasnt dead.
I think that was Cham Pain.
TNA still uses the Styles/Kazarian clip a lot last I noticed.
How long has it been, I wonder, since Triple H botched a Pedigree? No sarcasm intended; I honestly would like to know.
The Pedigree's such an incredibly dangerous move, I'm glad that he manages to do it most of the time without hurting anybody.
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Here's an example: Chris Benoit & Triple H probably work a match with each other at least twice a week (in preparation for their potential SummerSlam tilt and the Iron Man Match this week on RAW). SO, if they'd screw up...it'd be on a house show in Topeka rather than RAW or SummerSlam. Practice makes perfect, I guess.
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I think the Juvi move looks ok. He tries for something, it gets reversed in what could be a sort of suplex/powerbomb then manages to shift weight and make it sortofa facebuster.
The Canadian Destroyer looks lame.
The Pedigree..dunno when he last botched it, usually he is doing it right but someone else is lame enough to block the impact with their leg or so. I did notice that lately he has been doing wicked pedigrees. Might be Eugene and Benoit just taking them well but their face really seems to make contact.
That Styles Clash clip is something I always show people when they try to remind me wrestling is fake..
Gagne and Brunzell were the High Flyers, noteworthy for their feud with Adonis and Ventura. Even into the mid 80's when Verne had the ESPN contract he had young talent which he could build the promotion around.