Difference between revisions of "German Suplex"

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A suplex from a waistlock position. In Mexico, it's mostly done with a bridge (and so, called '''suplex olimpico''' for the bridge portion), though the attacker can also drop or toss the opponent. It's a rare power move for Mexico, perhaps because that sort of impact on a hard lucha libre ring is not a good idea in the long run.  
A suplex from a waistlock position. In Mexico, it's mostly done with a bridge (and so, called '''suplex olimpico''' for the bridge portion), though the attacker can also drop or toss the opponent. It's a rare power move for Mexico, perhaps because that sort of impact on a hard lucha libre ring is not a good idea in the long run.  


In CMLL, [[Metro]] uses it as his main finishing move. [[Mini Abismo Negro]] and [[Okumura]] also use the move.
In CMLL, [[Diamante Azul]] uses it as his main finishing move. [[Mini Abismo Negro]] and [[Okumura]] also use the move. [[Taurus (AAA)]] uses a variation out of a rolling reverse cradle as his main finisher.


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Latest revision as of 17:41, 17 October 2015

A suplex from a waistlock position. In Mexico, it's mostly done with a bridge (and so, called suplex olimpico for the bridge portion), though the attacker can also drop or toss the opponent. It's a rare power move for Mexico, perhaps because that sort of impact on a hard lucha libre ring is not a good idea in the long run.

In CMLL, Diamante Azul uses it as his main finishing move. Mini Abismo Negro and Okumura also use the move. Taurus (AAA) uses a variation out of a rolling reverse cradle as his main finisher.