Milano Collection AT's finishers/ signature moves:
STF (The F is for Fashion) (STF with a full nelson)
AT Lock (Chickenwing Armlock with headscissors)
And my new fave finisher of ALL time. I'm having trouble describing it, and I've seen it done 40 times so far.
JUNYA FUKUMASA - Sagittarius (Victim on their stomach, attacker lined up in a T, they bridge and pull up on the legs and an arm around the neck)
The move looks SO much cooler than I made it sound.
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"All born equal unless you're Canadian Then halfway through decay like Uranium You define what's death-defying Get the most out of life or at the least die trying Are you Evil Knievel jumping a train? Or running with scissors like Frasier Crane? Have really good times doing really bad things ‘Cause the show ain't over ‘til the fat lady sings Like Elton John with his candle in the wind It's hard to blow out a flame as big as him But we've all got to Wang Chung with the Grim Reaper Whether you're Einstein whether you're Beaker Death is certain so it's definitely worth flirtin' Don't expect a bright light no just curtains Life is like a penis most people don't know it But most people suck so they usually blow it"
From "Take The Long Way Home", by The Bloodhound Gang
Originally posted by JacksonYeah, I really miss the Dominator. I don't think it is that dangerous. Let Suicide Multi-colored Hardy take it.
The last Dominator I remember seeing was on the PPV where Terri brought the APA down to kill the Hardyzzzz. Jeff took one REALLY piss poorly (I thought he was dead and so did everyone else in the room). Haven't seen it used since.
If the Chimera-plex is anywhere as cool looking as it sounds, then it has made my list.
I always liked the inverted piledriver that Owen Hart used to do better than the tombstone.
I totally dug the flippy-flippy thing to set it up, but the only time I remember him using an inverted pile driver and not a tombstone from that setup was when he broke Steve Austin's neck. Wait, also the time when he worked the broken neck bit on Dan Severen.
and Evenflow are your best non submissions
OK, you've got to explain this one. A DDT, and only the 3rd best (if that) DDT finisher that's been used?
I believe the last Dominator on WWF television was when the APA beat Kai en Tai on Jakked or something a long while back. Bradshaw gave TAKA the clothesline followed by Faarooq hitting Funaki with the Dominator on top of TAKA, leading to the Kai en Tai Double Pin®. It could've been some indy jobbers, though, knowing my memory.
I've actually got to say the Jackhammer. Also Chavo's cross finisher which always seemed somewhere between a brainbuster and jackhammer to me.
In terms of pure markout value nothing comes close to Warrior's Gorilla Press for me. I thought that had to be the most devistating thing someone could do in the ring. I mean, you can't drop a guy from any higher than from all the way above your head, can you?
As for DDT's, Arn's comes in #1 for me, although I have to say, a good DDT is more in the sell than the delivery. That goes double for an implant DDT.
I gotta throw a vote up for the Alabama Slam, because I'm biased, and I think it looks vicious as hell (sometimes...best thing Spike's ever done in my book) and of course, it means Holly's winning. I'm also a big fan of the Vertebreaker and any move that can come out of "nowhere" (Rock Bottom, Stunner, and the Ankle Lock, especially during the phase where Kurt seemed hell-bent to find a new counter into it every match).
And I think you're fat. So how do you like me now?
Either the superkick ala Shawn Micheals or the Jake Roberts DDT.....neither one of em were the biggest guys, but you knew they had that one move they could pull out of nowhere and drop absolutely anyone at any time......
All I know is that there was an alleged 15,800 sellout (though Puroresufan.com says it was more like 10,000) at Nippon Budokan, and the match was about 20:09 long. They say it was a pretty slow match, and Hashimoto won it with a brainbuster.