He's still garbage
That's a move that depends entirely on the sell. That guy in that gif, looks like Drew, sold it very well.Really cool move, i dont know if it is original or not. Has anyone see this before? I dont watch too much indy.
with a standing oponent should work too.That's a move that depends entirely on the sell. That guy in that gif, looks like Drew, sold it very well.
Getting the legs around the head is easy, the seller has to make it look good is the hard part. I know that's true for a lot of moves, but I don't think there's a lot of room for Sin Cara to botch it himself.
Before coming to WWE, it was the cross armbreaker that Alberto Del Rio does, only he he did it flashier.That's pretty cool. What was his old finisher?
Actually, it's a pretty safe move if you look at it. It's one of the safer head-impact moves because the seller has almost complete control over where his head goes. Sin Cara just sort of spins into him (with all his applied force going to the side, not downward), then spins off of the guy as the DDT part is happening. That's all selling by the other guy.Like Renegade said.
Don't know how I feel about this. It looks cool, but if he botches that? Yikes.
La Mistica was much more than a flashier Del Rio armbar, in fact the submission position is in the opposite direction, with the opponent looking to the mat. One of my favorites moves.Before coming to WWE, it was the cross armbreaker that Alberto Del Rio does, only he he did it flashier.
I hope not, those rope-based moves always look so fake IMHO.He could also adapt it for when they're leant on the ropes (Mysterio style), so it drills their neck into the ropes. As mentioned though, just hope he doesn't botch it :/