- Undertaker and Brock Lesnar have some great moves in their arsenal that they no longer use.
- We also saw a devastating version of the piledriver used by AJ Styles.
Top 5 / Top 10
Modified April 10, 2020, 18:09 IST
Wrestlers’ movie-sets evolve at different stages of their careers. Some of the steps that superstars are drawn to early in their career are not possible later, forcing them to adapt to the move-set at that stage of their career.
AJ Styles from Brock Lesnar, these are Of the WWE Superstars have a history of great signature moves in their arsenal, some of which they haven’t used in years. Today we see some of the signature moves that superstars no longer use but are nevertheless impressive. Do we look back in the future? It is impossible but never say.
# 6 Brown Strowman – Reverse Chokeslam
We started our list with the WWE Universal Champion Brown Strowman. Strowman defeated Goldberg at WrestleMania 1 Gold to take on the World Championship, hitting Goldberg multiple times with a running powerlam.
When Strowman was first called part of the White family, he did not even begin to use Running PowerSlam as a finisher. Instead, he was using a reverse chokeslam where he was literally planting in the first mat facing his opponents. Although some fans aren’t big fans of the move, I thought Strowman looked pretty destructive and I certainly hope he adds it back to his arsenal.
# 5 Brock Lesnar – Brock Lock
Broke Lock was a wonderful move and easily one of my favorite submission tricks of all time. Brock Lesnar This move was used with a devastating effect during his first run in the WWE.
However, after he returned to the company for the second time in 2002, his departure was Kimura Lock. The Kimura lock is certainly a great move in its own right, but there’s nothing quite like watching an adult hang upside down.
Published April 10, 2020, 18:09 IST