Roderick Strong - in Wrestling

In Wrestling

  • Finishing moves
    • CX '02 (Crucifix cutter)
    • CX '03 (Straight jacket Gory neckbreaker)
    • Death by Roderick (Fireman's carry double knee gutbuster)
    • End of Heartache (Suplex lift flipped into a double knee backbreaker)
    • Gibson Driver (Tiger driver)
    • Inverted cloverleaf, sometimes with bodyscissors
    • Sick Kick (Running single leg dropkick)
    • Strong Hold (Elevated Boston crab with a knee to the back or a straight jacket choke)
  • Signature moves
    • Backhand chop
    • Leaping knee
    • Diving elbow drop
    • Double leg slam
    • Dropkick
    • Multiple rib breakers
    • Multiple backbreaker variations
      • Argentine, sometimes while dropping to a kneeling position
      • Belly to back
      • Canadian, sometimes while dropping to a seated position
      • Catapult
      • Double underhook
      • Half nelson
      • Pendulum
      • Power–Breaker (Powerbomb onto the knee)
      • Side slam, sometimes preceded by a capture suplex lift
      • STO
      • Tilt-a-whirl
    • Multiple suplex variations
      • Capture suplex onto the knee
      • Double underhook
      • Sitout slam, sometimes while slingshotting
    • Slingshot suplex powerslam
  • With Jack Evans
    • Finishing moves
      • Ode to the Bulldogs / Skipping a Generation (Strong has one opponent in a backbreaker rack and as the other opponent is behind Strong, Evans hits a diving double stomp off the top rope on the opponent's chest in the backbreaker rack then jumps off the opponent's chest and then performs a diving splash, diving senton or a 180° corkscrew moonsault onto the other opponent, as Strong hits a sitout backbreaker drop using momentum from the diving double stomp)
    • Signature moves
      • Strong performs a vertical suplex lift on Evans where at the apex of the suplex Strong releases the suplex and Evans uses the altitude and rotation to perform a 450° splash onto the downed opponent.
      • Strong grabs Evans' leg and flips him into an assisted standing corkscrew 450° splash
      • Multiple powerbomb / moonsault combination variations
        • Strong lifts Evans into a powerbomb position, while Jack flips into a standing moonsault double stomp to an opponent's back, while being trapped between the top turnbuckle and middle rope
        • Strong lifts Evans into a powerbomb position, while Jack flips into a moonsault onto the fallen opponent
        • Strong lifts Evans up with a military press and throws him into an opponent in the corner, resembling a Fastball Special
  • Managers
    • Jade Chung
    • Ron Niemi
    • SoCal Val
    • Paul London
    • Truth Martini
  • Nicknames
    • "The Master of the Backbreaker"
    • "The Messiah of the Backbreaker"
  • Entrance themes
    • "5 Minutes Alone" by Pantera
    • "Did My Time" by Korn
    • "A Victim, A Target" By Misery Signals

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