Bx B Hulk - in Wrestling

In Wrestling

  • Finishing moves
    • First Flash (Superkick to a kneeling opponent)
    • H Thunder (Scoop side piledriver) - adopted from Hayabusa
    • Multiple sitout side powerslam variations
      • EVO (Pumphandle, sometimes from the second rope)
      • EVOP (Vertical suplex dropped into)
      • FTX – From Texas (Wrist-clutch)
    • Phoenix Splash (Corkscrew 450° splash) - adopted from Hayabusa
  • Signature moves
    • BxB Smash (Jumping straight jacket side slam spun out into a sitout side facebuster)
    • BxB Star Press (Standing shooting star press)
    • H Edge (Side slam) - adopted from Hayabusa
    • Kurione (Running tornado DDT)
    • Multiple kick variations
      • Dropsault
      • Legsweep
      • Mouse (Backflip to an oncoming opponent)
      • Springboard drop
      • Springboard spinning heel
    • Moonsault slam
    • Standing moonsault transitioned into either a corkscrew senton splash or a leg drop

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