This is an expansion on my last slideshow. There was an uproar because some moves I didn't include from the past. The reason being that I was only talking about the current era of women's wrestling in WWE. Well now I'm going to list the best women's finishers of all time in WWE:
One of the things that makes a wrestler stand out from all the rest is the way they decide to end their opponents at any given time in a match. Or, their finishing maneuver.
Obviously, finishers have been recycled time in and time out. It's not so much what move is being utilized, but how the move is being executed.
This is why certain finishing moves become staples in people's careers that no one else dares use out of 'respect.'
The following are the top 10 finishing moves of all time in WWE's women's division:
Chyna's height and strength made her powerbombs extra painful.
A sunset split powerbomb signaled by a piercing scream from the Latina lovely Melina.
No offense to Cena, but Jazz does it way better, and is a completely better wrestler. She practically ripped girls in half with this move back then!
This is basically a spinning seated senton off of the top rope. Quite devastating and eye-catching as well.
Beth lifts her opponent's high in the air with a chickenwing, but crushes their bodies to the mat wheelbarrow style.
Still one of the best moves in history, Michelle knocks her opponents out cold by impaling them with her own body weight down to the mat.
A springboard bulldog, Trish definitely made the move iconic. No one will forget her signature point to the crowd before hitting it, either.
Lita made this move all her own. No one, not even a male superstar, has ever been so closely linked with this move but Lita.
This move is definitely more impactful than her moonsault. Lita made this move all her own with the whole "leg swing" beforehand.
This had to be No. 1. No move has ever been hit so perfectly on all occasions, and that's definitely thanks to the experience of Victoria. She spikes her opponents head's over her own, knocking them out in the process.
Thanks for reading and watching! What are your favorite finishers of all-time?
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