Multiple Finishing Moves in WWE: Why Sheamus Epitomizes the Need

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Multiple Finishing Moves in WWE: Why Sheamus Epitomizes the Need
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Most WWE superstars have one finishing move that they rely on to win a match. This makes their matches much more predictable than superstars who have more than one finisher. When watching a match with Sheamus, for example, the audience does not know which finisher Sheamus will use or if one of them will win him the match.

A variety of finishing maneuvers adds a layer of surprise to Sheamus’ matches; no one knows how he will win a match or try to win a match exactly. The performance that Sheamus gives is also more diversified depending on what kind of finisher he can physically perform on his opponent.

Thus, the viewer will never know what finisher Sheamus will use in a match. Subsequently, one never knows if his opponent will kick out of one finisher but get pinned by another.

When WWE superstars have more than one or two finishers, it does not diminish the value of any one of them but adds a value to the overall surprise factor a match may have. Overall, Sheamus has the most diverse set of finishing moves in WWE.

Each of these finishers adds a new layer of depth and intrigue to Sheamus’ matches.

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