A good finishing step is the necessity of a successful WWE Superstar. It has to be an iconic, impressive, reliable and faithful Superstar personality in his arsenal. However, finishers who use some players on the Raw and Smackdown list can not meet the hype and efficiency of the hard ender.
Fox Sports Asia is reviewing some of the finishers they see in today's WWE, which must be changed. There will be reasons why these simply will not work as a nice step and as a knockout blow for your opponent.
Naomi – rear view
Naomi was proud of her well-kept figure and agile body. For its finishing movement called Rear View, it means that it meets an opponent that bounces off the rope and hits it with a solid piece of buttocks. With every respect for the athletic abilities needed to avoid it, it can achieve the same result with a fixed blow from one of her limbs. Simply put, this step is ridiculous and seemingly weak and ineffective. This may mean another step, but it gives her the opportunity to come up with a more devastating and athletic finisher.
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Tyler Breeze – Beauty Shot
One half of the fashion police are using innocent jumping and rotating heels as their finisher. However, it becomes an ender fight just because of a fantastic name. The main problem with this step is that it is a simple transition. This is nothing special or iconic. It does not help that it is not such an impact and malicious when executed. Breeze can be a great fashion judge, but he could not properly judge the beauty of his finishing move.
Shane McMahon – coast to coast
Shane O'Con Mac has blessed the WWE universe for years with the astonishment of its Coast-to-Coast finisher. There is nothing wrong with that. It is a view that is visible, destructive and painful for both the executor and the victim. However, it may be a good idea for him to change things mainly because Shane does not get to any younger and the WWE ring could have a toll on his body. For Shane, if he wants to extend his career, it may be a good idea to find another finisher. As it is iconic, as it is, it is understandable if it decides to step back.
Great show – KO Punch
Box and MMA show us again and again that rivals can be taken off with a well-placed knockout punch. Unfortunately, this does not apply well within a square circle, where extravagance and nobility are mandatory. In the hands of the Grand Show, he will become even more basic, unclear and uninspired finisher. It's no denying he can fight his opponent with a stroke if he wants to, but he just does not believe well under the WWE lights.
Rusev – The Accolade
The Accolade / Camel coupling is painful and paralyzing. It looks simple enough to make it happen. However, do not even try it at home if you do not want to have a broken spine. The problem with Ruseva, however, is that it is too similar to a clutch used by other dirty foreign heels. Rusev is too popular, too charismatic, too athletic, and too awesome to be blocked by a non-original move. Just as Accolade can bring injuries, Bulgarian Brute is better to have another finisher that is uniquely his.
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