suplex


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suplex

(ˈsuːplɛks)
n
(Wrestling) a wrestling hold in which a wrestler grasps his opponent round the waist from behind and carries him backwards
[C20: of uncertain origin]
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Raw General Manager shed light on Ronda Rousey's memorable WrestleMania 31 three years ago opposite the Rock, Angle then revealed that both McMahon and Triple H were badmouthing Rousey backstage which resulted in Rousey hitting a side suplex on HHH crushing through table afterwards she slapped the contract onto Triple H after signing it.
James was suddenly removed from contention thanks to a Bayley to Belly Suplex, which left the two pals Banks and Bayley free to target Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss.
RVD came close with a northern lights suplex, then a somersault dive after a series of monkey flips, which had parkour expert Morrison twisting through the air.
Xuewen won his first fight at ONE Championship through a brutal German suplex that knocked out Phat Soda in the first round back in November.
The Chinese standout leaned on his impeccable grappling to overwhelm Cambodia's Phat Soda before knocking him out with an awe-inspiring suplex halfway through the opening stanza.
Gable took the final pinfall after being hit with multiple Uso superkicks and a splash, but not before he delivered a German suplex to Rusev in one of the night's biggest highlights.
GaCuCon is the brainchild of South Florida gaming industry leaders, Andru Fratarcangeli and Frank Velazquez, after wanting to attend a gaming centric event that is unique from all others but does not suplex your wallet into count 3.
The Ottawa-based group A Tribe Called Red hit the Top 20 with Suplex, directed by Jon Riera.