- Finishing moves
- Dodon (Chickenwing facebuster)
- Enban Chuudoku (180° frog splash)
- Magic Mirror Go! (Headlock rolled forward into a cradle, as a German suplex counter)
- Milano-saku Dodon's Throne (Elevated double chickenwing dropped into a double knee gutbuster) – 2011–present
- Shika Koroshi (Back to back double underhook piledriver)
- Uradodon (Reverse powerbomb)
- Signature moves
- Front dropkick, sometimes from top rope
- German suplex
- With Prince Devitt
- Double team finishing moves
- "(Immortal) Funky Weapon
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