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body slam

n.
A wrestling move in which one wrestler picks up and throws the other to the floor.
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He even counted the number of moves including head butts, roundhouse, kicks, body slams that both Statham and he got to make, added the source.
In the scene, Trump body slams McMahon next to the wrestling ring and then crawls on top of him and "punches" him.
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They use a combination of powerful body slams and vicious bites to pummel, disorient and tear apart their enemies.
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The recoil tosses him toward the tower, but his body slams into the moist, raked earth.
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With enough holds, throws and body slams to impress even a World Wrestling Entertainment fan, Wenger bested his competition, finishing with 79 out of a possible 80 points.
To afford pain meds and make the rent on his trailer, "The Ram" stays trapped in a world of body slams and self-mutilation.
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