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post #51 of 56 (permalink) Old 12-04-2015, 11:09 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Wrestling moves that used to be finishers .... but are now regular moves.

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Lol I honestly haven't watched much tna since 2013..... So I can't say I'm a TNA fan either. But Eric Young is one of the few wrestlers I can think of that use a Piledriver as a finisher in 2015. I mainly used him as an example of someone who's took a move that stopped being a finisher for a while and brought it back as one. I personally think you could turn a lot of regular moves into finishers with the right wrestlers.
I'll have to have a look at this, I've not seen this dude before so I'm not even sure who he is, but sounds intriguing.

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from about 2.20 onwards, worth seeing the whole match though.

how is tyler breeze getting a 3 count from a heel kick when this can't get one. madness! and I like tyler, talented guy.
Oh yeah, this was the match I missed when I didn't realise Raw was on, so thanks for that, yeah I see what you mean.



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I'll have to have a look at this, I've not seen this dude before so I'm not even sure who he is, but sounds intriguing.



Oh yeah, this was the match I missed when I didn't realise Raw was on, so thanks for that, yeah I see what you mean.
Eric young was TNA's answer to Daniel Bryan. for a bit.

The move from Neville was devastating, again credit to Owens for making it look as good as it did.
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I've often thought of this too. It's almost a side effect of finishers not ending matches
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Eric young was TNA's answer to Daniel Bryan. for a bit.

The move from Neville was devastating, again credit to Owens for making it look as good as it did.
Yeah, he made it look really good, I thought it was a bit strange how they put him up against Mark Henry recently, Neville that is.

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I've often thought of this too. It's almost a side effect of finishers not ending matches
Yeah, it'll come a point where they've all been used as regular moves.
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Yeah, he made it look really good, I thought it was a bit strange how they put him up against Mark Henry recently, Neville that is.
yeh I thought it was an odd choice.

they made a really big point of saying how Mark 'respects' Neville as well.

all in all a bit odd. seems like they may be going somewhere with it.

or they'll forget about the story they just created and it will become an odd footnote.
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yeh I thought it was an odd choice.

they made a really big point of saying how Mark 'respects' Neville as well.

all in all a bit odd. seems like they may be going somewhere with it.

or they'll forget about the story they just created and it will become an odd footnote.
Yeah, unless they're building Neville up for something, I'm not sure, just did seem a little odd lol



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