- Finishing moves
- As Xavier Woods
- Culture Shock (Diving DDT)
- Lost in the Woods (Running reverse STO to a kneeling opponent)
- Tornado DDT
- As Austin Creed
- ACT – Austin Creed Test (Diving DDT) – 2010
- Fireman's carry cutter – 2010
- Monti-Fisto (Three left-handed punches followed by splits followed by a right-handed hook)
- As Consequences Creed
- Creed-DT (Hammerlock legsweep DDT) – 2007–2008
- Fireman's carry cutter – 2008–2009
- As Xavier Woods
- Signature moves
- Arm drag
- Cradle back to belly piledriver
- Diving fist drop
- Drop toe-hold
- Military press double knee gutbuster
- Right-handed hook
- Rolling thunder clothesline
- Springboard one-handed bulldog
- Swinging cradle suplex
- With Jay Lethal
- "Awesome Consequences"
- "The Valedictorian"
- Entrance themes
- "Consequences" by Dale Oliver (TNA)
- "Living in America" by James Brown (TNA / Independent circuit)
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