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Best Wrestling Move Ever!

this is brilliant!

http://nextround.net/2009/01/23/awesomest-wrestling-move-ever/

and people STILL insist that professional wrestling is staged:)!

Wow! That is one of the most impressive things I have ever seen.

That was RIDICULOUS

Awesome move…
I think one of them got pregnant after that…

But I still think best wrestling move is The Pedigree or Rock bottom lol.

[quote]aznt0rk wrote:
Awesome move…
I think one of them got pregnant after that…

But I still think best wrestling move is The Pedigree or Rock bottom lol.

And the link is 1 minute off diarrhea of the mouth. Where is the move?

Still staged, and still ridiculously stupid.

[quote]Polish Rifle wrote:
Still staged, and still ridiculously stupid.

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Either way, that was a fucking impressive show of acrobatics.

It’s called the ultra-ultra-super-twister-hurricuranna-success! (translated from the original japanese). It’s taught only in the mountains of Japan by winged immortal creatures known as Tengu, who only speak to the monks that live there.

Most humans cannot accomplish the move. It takes years of heavy physical training, and severe meditation to purify and develop the person to be able to absorb the information of such a rabidly awesome move.

It has only been used four times in the history of the world. The first two times caused the destruction of Atlantis and Dinotopia, respectivly.

The third time was during the filming of Delta Force, where a young Chuck Norris honestly saved civilization as we know it from a muslim terrorist on the set with a dirty bomb. Norris used the move to combat the incredible level of light, heat, and radiation set off from the blast. He used so much of his power in that one instant that he hasn’t been able to do anything successfully since (Hence, Walker Texas Ranger).

This footage depicts the most recent use of the move, is the most recent usage of the move, and was actually not used simply to win a wrestling match.

Instead, the young hero featured in white (Rey Mysterio Jr.'s Apprentice, The White Bike-Rider) used the move to prevent the transformation of the intergalactic villian known as Paucho-Chorizo into his true form (which looks something like Megatron crossed with Galaxus, with a little Hillary Clinton thrown in for good measure). In this selfless act, he managed to save mankind from a threat it couldn’t face by itself.

This man in white is a hero. And for that, I salute him.

vision quest

The Ram-Jam (little nod to Mickey ROurke -lol)

S

The white ranger beat up a big ass monster.

What else is new?

[quote]Otep wrote:
It’s called the ultra-ultra-super-twister-hurricuranna-success! (translated from the original japanese). It’s taught only in the mountains of Japan by winged immortal creatures known as Tengu, who only speak to the monks that live there.

Most humans cannot accomplish the move. It takes years of heavy physical training, and severe meditation to purify and develop the person to be able to absorb the information of such a rabidly awesome move.

It has only been used four times in the history of the world. The first two times caused the destruction of Atlantis and Dinotopia, respectivly.

The third time was during the filming of Delta Force, where a young Chuck Norris honestly saved civilization as we know it from a muslim terrorist on the set with a dirty bomb. Norris used the move to combat the incredible level of light, heat, and radiation set off from the blast. He used so much of his power in that one instant that he hasn’t been able to do anything successfully since (Hence, Walker Texas Ranger).

This footage depicts the most recent use of the move, is the most recent usage of the move, and was actually not used simply to win a wrestling match.

Instead, the young hero featured in white (Rey Mysterio Jr.'s Apprentice, The White Bike-Rider) used the move to prevent the transformation of the intergalactic villian known as Paucho-Chorizo into his true form (which looks something like Megatron crossed with Galaxus, with a little Hillary Clinton thrown in for good measure). In this selfless act, he managed to save mankind from a threat it couldn’t face by itself.

This man in white is a hero. And for that, I salute him.
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Pure, unadulterated, fucking GOLD.

Otep,

My friend, I salute you.

Rifle.

[quote]worzel wrote:
this is brilliant!

http://nextround.net/2009/01/23/awesomest-wrestling-move-ever/

and people STILL insist that professional wrestling is staged:)!

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Those wacky little Mexicans.