I have seen a while ago on this board there has been a lot of talk about a move called the 'Osaka Street Cutter', this was used in AJPW (All Japan Pro Wrestling) by Manami Toyota, a female wrestler. I think it was used there under a different name though. Hope this helps ;)
From Google, it seems to be a inverted suplex into a Stunner.
It seems to be the same as..
"Bulldog, 3/4 Face Lock, Inverted Facelock Suplex Used by : Super Delfin AKA : Osaka Stunner (Delfin) Description : The attacker applies an inverted facelock on the victim. The attacker hooks the victim's tights and lifts them straight up in the air so the victim is upside down. The attacker lets the victim's body fall over their shoulder, as they fall, the release the inverted facelock and shift it into a 3/4 face lock (basically, the victim's head on the attacker's shoulder with the attacker forming a headlock around the top of their head as the attacker has their back to the victim) and drops to the mat, impacting the victim's chin into the attacker's shoulder." - description from the The Big, Big Book of Wrestling Moves @ Click Here (deathvalleydriver.com)
I have heard plenty of times about the 'Osaka Street Cutter' being used by a wrestler called, Super Delfin, but as far as I am aware, on SmackDown! Just Bring It, the move is Finisher 1 on one of the unlockable movesets which is supposed to be by Minima Toyota (forgot her name), but it is not on her signature moves list on many fansites dedicated to her. Maybe she does it under a different name, maybe Osaka Street Cutter is the translated name of a move, or, it could be mere fiction.