Potential Submission Moves for Breaking Point
At WWE Breaking Point, this Sunday in Montreal, there will be no pinfalls or disqualification.........Only Submission!
This should be a fun night, as most WWE matches no longer end in submission holds, but rather by the superstars preforming their sudden big finishing attack.
Let's take a look at some of the submission maneuvers that might be applied on Sunday night...
The Undertaker's choice way to make his opponents tap.
Also known as the Gogoplata, this deadly choke hold cuts off air to the opposition, leaving them no other alternative, but to give up.
Will the Dead Man lock in this maneuver to gain his seventh World Championship?
The Anaconda Vise is C M Punk's forgotten finishing move that he alluded to on Smackdown.
It is a nasty Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo compression choke.
Will Punk lock on this submission hold to retain his World Heavyweight Championship against the Demon of Death Valley?
John Cena competes in an "I Quit!" match, this Sunday, at Breaking Point.
He is one of the few current WWE stars who stills uses a submission move on a regular basis to score a victory.
Will John Cena be able to lock in the STF (Stepover Toehold Facelock) against Randy Orton, to win his sixth World Championship?
Walls of Jericho
It has been a while since anyone has tapped out to the Walls of Jericho.
Can the Canadian Lionheart use his version of the Boston Crab to keep the Unified WWE Tag Team Championships around his and the Big Show's waists?
Million Dollar Dream
Ted DiBiase Sr.'s version of the Cobra Clutch put many opponents to sleep for the Million Dollar Man.
Can young Ted use his father's submission hold to turn out the lights on DX?
Once the hallmark of Ric Flair, Triple H has taken to using this painful submission manuveur.
If Triple H gets the victory over Legacy, I would think that he will use the figure-four leglock.
This Submission move was made famous by "The Best There Is, The Best There Was, And The Best There Ever Will Be", Bret Hart.
Shawn Michaels could drive the crowd berzerk using the Hitman's feared finisher, in the city where the infamous Montreal Screwjob took place.