So many people have used that, that it would be incredibly boring and overdone. HBK, Shelton, Ziggler, Storm (both), Morrison, etc.Texas Cloverleaf with a knee to the back like the Liontamer or crossface chickenwing. As far as non-submission mvoes go he should definitely start using the superkick.
Trouble is he does that in every match (other wrestlers like Punk do as well) and 99% of the time it leads to no pin or a kick out. Bryan needs something different that stands out that only he can do. Kicks to the head are not it.I'm fine with Bryan "just kicking them in the fucking head." Hell, didn't people chant "You're gonna get your fucking head kicked in" during his indy matches?
Tyson Kidd does that as a signature move.Ok, I know I might get shit on for this but it needs to be quick and flashy...so how about a Blockbuster? That's a diving neckbreaker from the ropes for those who don't know.
Chaos Theory and Shiranui would fit him great but if he used them, i would like him to use a modified version of his own instead of just copying the default ones.Like I said in another thread, I would love for him to use the Chaos Theory as his finisher. Another move that I would absolutely love if he used it is the Slice Bread #2. If not, than at the very least he should do a spinning kick or something like that, from the same position he already does his kick to the head, so it is a little bit more flashy.
Tyson Kidd does that as a signature move.
It doesn't have to be a striking finisher but he needs a secondary finisher that isn't a submission, because mainevent faces almost never lose via submission. Without it, he's stuck with being forced to win any higher card match via some lame sneaky pin, countout or in some other random way.I really don't see the problem with the Yes Lock. Why does he need a striking finish?