Spinning Heel Kick
- Gills Heel Claw (Variation): Kamen Rider Gills
- Exceed Heel Claw (Variation): Kamen Rider Exceed Gills
- Emperor Moon Break (Variation): Kamen Rider Kiva Emperor Form
- Den-Rider Kick (Variation): Kamen Rider Den-O Sword Form
- Dimension Kick (Variation/Miscellaneous): Kamen Rider Decade
- Accel Glanzer: Kamen Rider Accel
- Fang Streiser: Kamen Rider Double FangJoker
- Rider Twin Maximum: Kamen Rider Accel & Kamen Rider Double FangJoker
- Meteor Tornado: Kamen Rider Meteor
Other articles related to "spinning heel kick, kick, kicks, heel, spinning":
... After performing a spinning heel kick, Edge saw the debuting Christian at ringside ... With Scorpio distracting the referee, Snow performed a calf kick with the chair ... Mero had the early advantage with punches and kicks ...
... The kick can also be used to target the side of the body of an opponent which wraps leg and the foot around the midsection of the opponent hitting him/her behind the ribs and the guard ... In this case the heel often hits the lower part of the ribcage outside the liver area of the opponent ...
... This move usually involves the wrestler spinning 360 degrees as they jump so that his or her body is somewhat horizontal, before hitting their opponent with back ...
... Win Andy Bakewell Pain and Glory, Semi Finals Dublin, Ireland KO (spinning heel kick) 1 1-0 Amateur kickboxing record 17 wins (9 KO), 0 losses, 0 draws, 1 no contest Date Result Opponent ...
Famous quotes containing the words kick, spinning and/or heel:
“In order to acquire a growing and lasting respect in society, it is a good thing, if you possess great talent, to give, early in your youth, a very hard kick to the right shin of the society that you love. After that, be a snob.”
—Salvador Dali (19041989)
“Reason is an exception in me, too, said Zarathustra: Chaos and necessity and spinning starsthat is also the rule in the wisest world.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“What do I care
that the stream is trampled,
the sand on the stream-bank
still holds the print of your foot:
the heel is cut deep.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)