Difference between revisions of "Canadian Destroyer"

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The Canadian Destroyer is a flip piledriver-like maneuver. The name comes from Canadian and [[TNA]] wrestler Petey Williams, as he's the person most associated with the move. It's clearly a piledriver variant, but has usually been ruled as a legal maneuver in lucha libre matches.
The Canadian Destroyer is a flip piledriver-like maneuver. The name comes from Canadian and [[TNA]] wrestler [[Petey Williams]], as he's the person most associated with the move. It's clearly a piledriver variant, but has usually been ruled as a legal maneuver in lucha libre matches.
[[Image:Darketa.jpg|left|[[Ozz]], using La Darketa|150px|thumb]]
[[Image:Darketa.jpg|left|[[Ozz]], using La Darketa|150px|thumb]]
The name only makes sense with Williams, but it's stuck as the generic idea for lack of a better idea. [[Ozz]] has dubbed this move '''La Darketa'' when using it as a finish. [[Teddy Hart]] used a double underhook version of this move while in [[AAA]].
The name only makes sense with Williams, but it's stuck as the generic idea for lack of a better idea. [[Ozz]] has dubbed this move '''La Darketa'' when using it as a finish. [[Teddy Hart]] used a double underhook version of this move while in [[AAA]].

Revision as of 08:39, 24 May 2011

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The Canadian Destroyer is a flip piledriver-like maneuver. The name comes from Canadian and TNA wrestler Petey Williams, as he's the person most associated with the move. It's clearly a piledriver variant, but has usually been ruled as a legal maneuver in lucha libre matches.

Ozz, using La Darketa

The name only makes sense with Williams, but it's stuck as the generic idea for lack of a better idea. Ozz has dubbed this move 'La Darketa when using it as a finish. Teddy Hart used a double underhook version of this move while in AAA.