This technique is extremely dangerous, possibly one of the most dangerous maneuvers in professional wrestling, as the opponent’s arms are restrained and their head is not placed between the wrestler’s legs, giving them little to post against. Warnings Only attempt these moves in a controlled environment. From a position in which the opponent is bent forward against the wrestler’s midsection, the attacking wrestler crosses the arms of this opponent between their legs a double pumphandle before then lifting the opponent up into a vertical position and driving them down between the attacking wrestler’s legs. Remember that these moves are performed by trained professionals in a safe environment with medics standing by. A wrestler faces an opponent and grabs the opponent’s waist and turns them upside-down, holding them belly-to-belly against their torso. Share this video with your family and friends. Lift them by spinning their leg counter-clockwise for right-handed people or clockwise for left and spin their upper body at the same time.
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Don’t do this if you have not been trained by a professional or you are not in shape. As Tombstonf had feared, Hart botched the move and dropped Austin on top of his head. Archived from the original PDF on Saturday, 29 December Jerry Lawler Eric Cohen, About. Use extreme caution when re-enacting these moves. The act of performing a piledriver is called “piledriving.
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Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. This article has also been viewed 64, times. The wrestler then falls or jumps to his knees, driving the opponent’s head into the mat.
Remember that the risk of letting your opponent fall is really high, because even dropping on your knees with pounds of weight would be very challenging physically. If it was really meant to hurt your opponent, it could possibly break his neck.
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1. While they are upside down or nearly upside downlay them pildriver your strong hand’s shoulder so that their head is pointing to where your front is facing.
This variant can be used on other types of piledriver; including the cradle tombstone piledriver variation, instead of wrapping both of his arms around the waist of the opponent, the wrestler wraps one arm around the waist and places his other arm between the opponent’s legs, grabbing hold of his other arm.
Finally on your way way down from your short travel up your opponents head will slam into the mat. There is also a seated version of this move. The wrestler then drops down to their knees, driving the opponent down to the mat neck and shoulder first.
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Keep your opponent’s head between your thighs, and just after your thighs hit the mat, drop the pressure on his head with your thighs. After that, release opponent smoothly for a pin. The piledriver is generally considered a dangerous maneuver in wrestling because of the potential impact on the head and compression of the neck.
A piledriver is a professional wrestling piledriveer move in which the wrestler grabs his opponent, turns him upside-down, and drops into a sitting or poledriver position, driving the opponent head-first into the mat.
Also, try variations of lifting, such as lifting them off of something. This move is used as a finisher by Tony Nese. The wrestler bends forward or crouches in front of their opponent, grabs hold of the opponent around the legs and stands up, lifting the opponent upside down facing the wrestler’s back. The Piledriver is often seen as one of the most dangerous pioedriver in wrestling.
Piledriver (professional wrestling)
This is Money 29 Dec From a position in which the opponent is bent forward against the wrestler’s midsection, the attacking wrestler crosses the arms of this opponent between their legs a double pumphandle before then lifting the opponent up into a vertical position and driving them down between the attacking wrestler’s legs.
The piledriver was banned in WWE inunless the wrestler has special permission to use the move. This move was popularised by Kevin Owens during his time on the independent circuit. He continued and finished the match, but stayed away from the ring for two months to recover from the injury.