Tamon Honda - in Wrestling

In Wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Signature moves
  • Belly to back suplex
  • Sitout powerbomb
  • Rolling Olympic Hell 0 (Flying arm triangle choke)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell I (Rolling fireman's carry slam rolled into a neck crank)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell II(Rolling fireman's carry slam rolled into a cradle)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell III (Spinning toehold)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell IV (Reverse arm triangle choke)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell V (Hammerlock ura-nage twisted into an arm triangle choke)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell VI (Bridging arm triangle choke)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell VII (Russian legsweep followed into an arm triangle choke)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell XI (Rear arm triangle choke twisted into a grapevine cradle)
  • Rolling Olympic Hell Special (Arm triangle choke cradle)
  • Tamon's Power (Dangan Bomb)
  • Tamon Shooter (Over the shoulder STF)

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