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Re: Fandango using Wyatt's finisher now?
IWC loves to get their kecks in a bunch over perceived move thievery. Pretty sure Alex Shelley was using this move nearly a decade ago, and no doubt it will have been used prior to that by a load of other guys.
It's getting to a point now where there are very few avenues for truly new moves, I think it would be better if people concentrated on having a unique way to deliver the move to make it their own. For example you used to have Rick Rude and Honky Tonk Man using neckbreakers as their finishing moves, but they were executed in very different ways so you couldn't mistake a Rude Awakening with a Shake, Rattle and Roll (maybe not the best example as one was a swinging neckbreaker and the other a 'hangman' style, but you get the idea)
"Act 1 and Act 2: they don't mean nothing...the only thing that matters....everyone remembers....... Act 3" - The Rock @ Wrestlemania 19