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How To: Do Shawn Michaels' turnbuckle flip wrestling move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do the Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair turnbuckle flip wrestling move. Begin by running towards the turnbuckle and grab the middle rope with both of your hands. Make sure the your lower back makes contact with the top turnbuckle. Flips your legs over and make sure that you land on the left side. to practice for this move, do some handstands on the middle rope and slowly flipping yourself over to the left side. This video will benefit those viewers who...

How To: Do Chris Jericho's CodeBreaker wrestling move

This video tells us the method to do the CodeBreaker move in wrestling. You may or may not run forward. You can jump using your right or left leg. Bring the knees below your opponent's collar bone and keep them close together. Wear knee pads for safety. Hold your opponent's head below the ear or above the ear. Keep your body tight and together during this move. As a defender, do not resist the opponent. Fall down with their weight. If you are taller, you should spread out your feet more than ...

How To: Do the hip toss pro wrestling move

First of all you have to understand that these stunts are dangerous and they need supervision of trained professionals while performing them. 'Hip toss' is a very basic move of wrestling. Your opponent goes to the ropes and then takes a thrust towards you with full force. You have to move your body sideways and step your right foot forward in front of your opponent. Now let your opponent place his hand on your right leg. You have to place your right hand under your opponent’s arm. Now both of...

How To: Perform Jeff Hardy's Twist of Fate wrestling move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform Jeff Hardy's Twist of Fate wrestling move. Begin by setting the opponent up with a toe kick. This will force the opponent into a bending position. Then grip their head in a DDT position. Then do a pose with the other hand. Now twist your body around, so that your other arm goes underneath their chin. Do not wrap the arm under the opponent's mouth. As you come down together, kick your bodies away from each other to prevent any contact in the...

How To: Do a butterfly suplex

John, with Your Guide to Pro Wrestling, demonstrates how to do a butterfly suplex. The butterfly suplex should only be done with supervision by trained professionals. To do a butterfly suplex, lead in with a toe kick and bring your foot up into your opponent's stomach and then down. Hit your opponent in the classic bent over position. The set up for the move is similar to the pedigree. The difference is that you want to get your opponents head on your side instead of between your legs. Hook y...

How To: Perform the Oklahoma Roll pro wrestling pin move

The Oklahoma Roll is a great wrestling move that can be used when an opponent has been beating up pretty badly, and he's in pain struggling to get up. It's very opportunistic but also simple and is used to pin your opponent into submission. You do this by coming off the ropes and doing a forward roll over your opponent. You want your head to stay close to their body so that your head is coming across to the other side of his stomach while you're rolling over. While doing this you'll need to t...

How To: Do the stunner pro wrestling move

In this video, we learn how to do the stunner pro wrestling move. There is not much to this move, you will lead in with a toe kick. Kick them in the stomach until they are down. Then, wrap your right arm around their neck and grab the back of their head with your other hand. Now, sit them down and make them fall to their knees. After this, the person will fall down on their back. You are basically having both of you fall together. Making this look good is the main trick to doing this correctl...