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im sure i saw the f-5 before brock lesnar used it i just cant think where
fIrst time I saw it was when Kanyon did, he made up loads of moves though, he was like wcw version of Nova



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fIrst time I saw it was when Kanyon did, he made up loads of moves though, he was like wcw version of Nova
found a video i think its either kanyon or sean ohaire cant tell tho

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1y...e-allies_sport

2:00 in (sorry dont know how to inbed video)
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Re: Wrestlers who created moves

Chris Jericho invented every move in the history of professional wrestling, just ask him, he'll tell you. Every single move you see on WWE/TNA/ROH, hell, even moves in UFC, Jericho invented it.

I'm pretty sure he invented the haymaker punch in boxing too.

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found a video i think its either kanyon or sean ohaire cant tell tho

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1y...e-allies_sport

2:00 in (sorry dont know how to inbed video)
Not sure it was quite blurry but I was emaning way before that in wcw. Might have even been as Mortis



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Re: Wrestlers who created moves

Chris Jericho invented the armbar and all it's variations.


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Re: Wrestlers who created moves

Mick Foley is credited with innovating the Cactus Clothesline (running clothesline carrying both wrestlers over the top rope and onto the floor)

Steve Bordon is credited with the Stinger Splash (flying full body splash against the corner post)
It is unknown who invented the Scorpion Death Lock/Sharpshooter, but Bret Hart claims Sting taught him the move.


Brunno Sammartino is credited (to the best of my knowledge) with innovating the Pendulum Backbreaker.

Taka Michinoku invented the Michinoku Driver.

Gory Guererro generally innovated the moves named after him.

I think the Doomsday range of moves (one member of a team elevates the opponent on his shoulders while the other attacks from the top rope) were innovated by the Road Warriors during their time in Japan. Not sure, maybe someone can clarify.
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Hulk Hogan invented the no sell
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Bret hart actually claims that pat patterson taught him the sharpshooter in his book.
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Re: Wrestlers who created moves

Michael Hayes invented the Stunner while sparring with Austin
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I think the first men who roam the world created the brogue kick.
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