- Finishing moves
- Five-Star Frog Splash (High-angle frog splash, sometimes while turning in mid-air)
- Van Daminator (Spinning heel kick to a steel chair held in front of the opponent's face)
- Van Terminator (Corner-to-corner missile dropkick, usually with a chair positioned on the opponent's face) - innovated
- Split-legged moonsault – 1991 to 1996, used as a signature move thereafter
- Signature moves
- 450° splash – AJPW
- Bridging German suplex
- Bridging Northern lights suplex
- Corkscrew leg drop
- Diving Crossbody, sometimes while springboarding
- Fireman's carry slam, followed by a middle rope diving moonsault
- Guillotine leg drop, sometimes a slingshot or while jumping off the apron to an opponent draped over the ring barricade.
- Inverted surfboard, sometimes while also applying a dragon sleeper
- Lifting double underhook facebuster, rarely used after 2001
- Monkey flip to a standing or cornered opponent
- Multiple kick variations
- Chair Surf / Skateboard (Running dropkick, driving a steel chair into the face of a seated opponent in the corner of the ring)
- Feint savate fouetté, transitioned into a spinning sweep
- Diving super, sometimes while springboarding
- Leg-feed feint enzuigiri spun into a back kick
- Spinning crescent
- Spinning heel, to an oncoming opponent
- Step-over spinning wheel, as a kick counter
- Rolling Thunder transitioned into either a monkey flip, a somersault senton or a vertical splash
- Standing moonsault, sometimes preceded by a cartwheel
- Suicide somersault senton
- Turnbuckle thrust, to a cornered opponent followed by a standing backflip and either another running turnbuckle thrust or a monkey flip
- Bill Alfonso
- Paul Heyman
- Jerry Lawler
- Stephanie McMahon–Helmsley
- "Mr. Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday Night"
- "Mr. TNA" (In Total Nonstop Action Wrestling)
- "Mr. Pay-Per-View" (In Extreme Championship Wrestling)
- "Mr. Money in the Bank"
- "The Battle Creek Barbarian"
- "The Whole Dam Show"
- "The Whole F'n Show"
- Entrance themes
- "Poundcake" by Van Halen (ECW; 1996–1997)
- "Wail" by John Spencer Blues Explosion (ECW; 1997)
- "This Is Extreme" by Harry Slash and The Slashtones (WWF; 1997)
- "Walk" by Pantera (ECW; 1997–2001)
- "Walk" by Kilgore (ECW; 1998–2001)
- "The Whole Dam Show" by Jim Johnston (WWF; July 9, 2001–January 3, 2002)
- "One of a Kind" by Breaking Point (WWF/E; January 7, 2002–September 2007)
- "Fury of the Storm" by Shadows Fall (WWE; Close to end of his WWE career)
- "The Whole F'n Show!" by Kushinator (IGF, AWR, WSW, TNA; March 2010–present)
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