Attacking the groin has been a criminally underused device in recent WWE no-disqualification matches, as England winger Darren "Sicknote" Anderton showed in a Euro '96 clash against Spain.
Anderton was making a run from deep and struck the ball true, directly into the groin of the "Beast of Barcelona" Miguel Angel Nadal.
Before the incident, Nadal had been dominating the game, and the pressure on England was growing. A goal looked like an inevitability for the Spanish but then Anderton struck and the game turned into a boring nil-nil draw with nobody able to dominate.
Being a knockout tournament, the game went to penalties with the decisive one being taken by Nadal himself. The legendary Spanish captain was a sure thing with the pressure of his nation on his back, yet he did the unthinkable and missed.
Perhaps the good goalkeeping of David Seaman can be credited for keeping the ball out, but there should be no doubt that the strike to the groin was still affecting Spain's captain.
Perhaps if a foreign object can have such an effect on that beast, then the same action might halt John Cena when he is progressing through the five moves of doom. This could be the move that changes the very landscape of the WWE.