The 1,004 Holds Wrestling Moves Wiki
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  • Finishing moves
    • Calf Crusher[385] (WWE) / Calf Killer[183][386] (Calf slicer)[387][388] – 2013–present
    • Phenomenal Forearm[389] (Springboard forearm smash)[390][391][392][393] – 2016–present; used as a signature move from 1998–2016
    • Spiral Tap[394] (Corkscrew senton bomb)[395] – 2002–2013; used rarely thereafter
    • Styles Clash[4] (Belly-to-back inverted mat slam)[396][168][390]
  • Signature moves
    • Brainbuster,[1][390] sometimes onto the ring apron[397]
    • Discus clothesline[1][390][398]
    • Diving knee drop[391][398]
    • Figure-four leglock[399][400] – 2009–2010; adopted from Ric Flair
    • Fireman's carry facebuster[401][402]
    • Flying armbar[403][404][405] – 2008–2009
    • Fosbury Flop (Over the top rope moonsault plancha)
    • Frankensteiner,[391] sometimes inverted[391] or preceded by a kip-up[391]
    • Frog splash[406] – previously used as a finishing move from 2003–2006
    • Hollow Point (Kneeling Ganso bomb)[407][408][409] – 2014–2015
    • Leaping corner clothesline
    • Multiple DDT variations
      • Bloody Sunday (Lifting single underhook)[218][410] – 2014–2016; adopted from Prince Devitt[224]
      • Cliffhanger (Crucifix dropped into a sitout)[390]
      • Phenomenon[1][390][395]/Stylin' DDT[411] (Springboard moonsault onto a standing opponent transitioned into an inverted)[390][391][395]
      • Tornado[412][413]
    • Multiple kick variations
      • Drop,[1][414] sometimes from the top rope[412]
      • Enzuigiri[1][390]
      • Pelé Kick[390][391] (Backflip)[398][415]
      • Spin[395]
      • Super[390]
    • Multiple suplex variations
      • Snap,[416] sometimes into the turnbuckles[417]
      • Starmaker[1] (High-angle belly-to-back)
      • Styles Suplex Special[1] (German followed by a sitout belly-to-back wheelbarrow facebuster)[390]
      • Vertical lifted and dropped into a neckbreaker slam[1]
    • Muta lock[1][390][391][395]
    • Over-the-shoulder back-to-belly piledriver[1]
    • Phenomenal Blitz (Two punches followed by a shoot kick followed by a back fist followed by a lariat) – 2013–present
    • Rack Bomb[418] (Argentine powerbomb)[390][395]
    • Running swinging neckbreaker[1]
    • Shooting Styles Press[11] (Springboard shooting star plancha)[419][420] – 2001–2005; used rarely thereafter
    • Sliding forearm smash[421][422][423]
    • Spine Breaker (Backbreaker followed by a gutbuster)[1][391]
    • Stylin' Crab[1] (Modified Boston crab) – 2001–2002
    • Superman (Springboard 450° splash)[424]
    • Ushigoroshi (Fireman's carry neckbreaker)[425][426][427][428]
  • With Air Paris
    • Double-team signature moves
      • Atomic drop (Styles) and jumping hook kick (Paris) combination[412]
      • Catching hip toss dropped into a double powerbomb[396]
  • With Christopher Daniels
    • Double-team finishing moves
      • Best Moonsault Ever (Daniels) followed by a frog splash (Styles) or vice versa[11]
  • With Tomko
    • Double-team finishing moves
      • Tornado-Plex[429] (Aided snap swinging neckbreaker)
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