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what finisher is better ?


Guest thetoxic

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Guest John Hancock
It also depends on the gimmick. 450 is a prettier move, so it's better for a sort of unrealistically-beautiful Masacara Dorada sort of super-human luchador, whilst the Swanton Bomb, because of the angle, has a more suicidal, dare devil edge to it, hence it suiting Jeff Hardy to well.
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Guest John Hancock
Abyss might be the worst example of a wrestler it's possible to emulate. He's fig 1. in the text book of how to avoid getting any sort of heat.
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Guest Horowitz

Are you wanting to know whats a better finisher to perform yourself? If so I'd go for something thats gonna keep you healthy for as long as possible.

If you're determined to do the pin thing I suppose a top rope move could be called the pin drop, whatever.

Like others have said though, try to be original.

I've never wrestled and never will but I wouldn't be thinking too much about finishers at the minute if I were you. I'd just concentrate on learning how to work and if you can.

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Yeah, well, he's a trainee, he's not about to walk into a big time company. But anyway, best thing to do would be to find out a finisher as you go along, work out a speciality move or hold for yourself.
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Who said he was dumbass? Everyone said that he's not ready to perform that move because it would be dangerous. Jesus, you troll hard but fail harder.

 

The best thing you can do mate is get trained and then decide, no one is going to take a finisher from you until you can do the basics. turn up, learn your craft, do all the sh*tty jobs and get all the experience you can on the side. Expect nothing to come easy.

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You say that until it happens for the first time. :lol

 

Honestly, I've seen more than a few folks take a bad bump and just decide to quit there and then. I'm not saying you will, just saying sometimes sh*t happens.

 

It's also worth looking into getting yourself insured if you do start working matches. Better safe than sorry.

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