Most effective finisher

Jonnyboy

I say it`s the pedigree ;] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drMt7tcvVEM

13 years ago

capslackblad

Well the unprettier was pretty good that will hurt your face at the best of times

13 years ago

capslackblad

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drMt7tcvVEM yeah got that on video very amusing...

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

UW was the paradigm example of a shitty wrestler who the fans loved and thought was really tough, simply because they had to book him that way to hide his limitations.

13 years ago

dan the bear

neither of these links work now. Was the pedigree the one on HBK which looked more like a tombstone?

13 years ago

capslackblad

no it was when hhh pedigrees ultimate warrior and he gets up straight away..

13 years ago

Chris

That was a funny video. Shame they removed it. Well, atleast you can still see Triple H nearly killing Shawn Michaels on there!

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

WWE have had loads of their vids removed from Youtube, guess they sent the lawyers in...

13 years ago

Chris

This one made it through.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4BqyKvQYiE

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

You don`t see people selling moves like that these days. Mainly `cos Vince has banned anything head first.

13 years ago

Chris

The big chicken!

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

Yeah, it`s almost as if he wants his employees to avoid serious cranial trauma. The big baby.

13 years ago

Chris

Yeah, they should be routinely dropped on their head just to check that they can take it!

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

Khali killed someone doing that...

13 years ago

Chris

Really? Or was it just part of the storyline?

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

No, he actually killed someone at wrestling school with a botched powerbomb.

13 years ago

Chris

And even after that, he really thought that wrestling was the life for him?

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

From Wikipedia (a flapjack apparently): On May 28, 2001, Brian Ong volunteered to receive a flapjack from Singh. Singh did this move with two others in the gym that night, including one of the trainers, so Ong could see how it was done. Ong botched receiving the move, as he grabbed Singh`s shirt instead of pushing off his back as the coaches had instructed him. He landed wrong and incurred a severe injury. Ong had suffered a previous concussion, and this second concussion ultimately proved fatal for him. As Singh inadvertently caused his death, Ong`s family brought a lawsuit against All Pro Wrestling and were awarded damages of over $1.3 million.

13 years ago

Chris

Nasty. Well, at least WWE seem to be stopping him from doing it again. All he seems to do are chops, slaps and kicks.


Oh and that hurricanrana he did on Rey Mysterio the other day!

13 years ago

dan the bear

how do you bring a law suit against pro wrestling??? who pays

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

LOL, All Pro Wrestling is the name of the company :P

13 years ago

Chris

Imagine them just suing everybody in the business!

13 years ago

Jonnyboy

It`s like if you called your company "The Whole world" and then someone tried to sue you by suing the whole world.

13 years ago