- Finishing moves
- Signature moves
- 450° splash
- Fisherman buster onto the knee
- Go Home Driver (Scoop lift spun out into an over the shoulder back to belly piledriver)
- High-angle senton bomb
- No-handed enzuigiri
- Sidewinder Suplex (Swinging leg hook belly to back suplex)
- Sitout scoop slam piledriver
- Somersault leg drop
- Steen Breaker (Head and arm suplex lifted and dropped into a side slam backbreaker)
- "Mr. Wrestling"
- "The Anti-Christ of Pro Wrestling"
- "Wrestling's Worst Nightmare"
- Entrance themes
- "Tear Away" by Drowning Pool (CZW / PWG / ROH)
- "Word Up!" by Korn (IWA-MS)
- "Now You're a Man" by DVDA (PWG)
- "Better" by Guns N' Roses (C*4 / IWS)
- "Unsettling Differences" by Blue Smock Nancy (ROH)
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