That wasn't a roll of quarters. It was "good advice". Larry Zybysko says so.
Other great finishers:
--Chyna's off the top rope Pedigree she pulled off against Jericho (if she weren't lazy, she would have been the best ever, man or woman).
--El Kabong!!!!! I'm not much for weapons, but a guitar shot means match or beatdown is over.
--Don Muraco's tombstone was called "Hawaiian Sunset".
--Demolition Elbow--Smash stretches a wrestler across his knee while Ax jumps from the second rope. Notice that like the Road Warriors/LOD that they were emulating (and for a time excelled), they almost never cheat. They just kick ass with attitude.
--Hollywood Blondes' Blonde Bombshell (Yeah, Austin was a wacky aerialist once). They ripped that off from The Jumping Bomb Angels.
--Stun Gun!! Austin should whip it out, especially considering his condition.
--Crossface chickenwing--That's Mr. Robert Backlund, thank you!
Did Bruno Sammartino have a finishing move, or he just punch-kick his opponent half to death, then says "Bored Now" and pins him?
Originally posted by deadbeaterHollywood Blondes' Blonde Bombshell (Yeah, Austin was a wacky aerialist once). They ripped that off from The Jumping Bomb Angels.
Okay. I don't know why, but I can't remember what this move was. Can't picture it in my head at ALL. Nor can I remember what the "Hollywood & Vine" leg submission finisher Austin had looked like. Can anyone help me?
Kansas-born and deeply ashamed The last living La Parka Marka: HE raised the briefcase!
-Dragon Suplex (Bridging!) -The Razor's Edge (Yay! None of that Scott Hall shit...) -The Fishermanbuster -The Hurricanrana (The coolest move I can do)
Holden: Judging by the buzz, that movie's gonna make some serious bank. Jay: What buzz? Holden: The internet buzz. Jay: What the f*ck is the internet? [Holden (Ben Affleck) & Jay (Jason Mewes) in Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back]
deadbeater, I have trouble seeing what is so cool about a move (pedigree) where the victim lands a couple of feet away from the attacker, when he is supposed to stay between her legs (no BJ jokes, please)
Homer: There's your giraffe, little girl. Ralph: I'm a boy! Homer: That's the spirit. Never give up.
Originally posted by Kjeldbjergdeadbeater, I have trouble seeing what is so cool about a move (pedigree) where the victim lands a couple of feet away from the attacker, when he is supposed to stay between her legs (no BJ jokes, please)
Sickboy never screwed it up... WHERE FOR ART THOU SICK BOY? The farm system? I SAY THEE NAY! God is surely punishing thee for something...
I watched it now and I have to say, for what it was, it wasn't that bad. I also liked the promo battle between the two earlier on. I can't say that anything good about the rest of the show, although I once used to like guys like Daniels, Hardy or RVD.