Finishing moves have come a long way over the past few decades. Bruno Sammartino’s bearhug, Ultimate Warrior’s running splash and even Jake Roberts’ Ddt simply won’t cut it anymore. These match ending moves have evolved to become flashier, look more devastating, and often require an incredible amount of strength and athleticism to pull off.
It wasn’t that long ago that you didn’t even need a finishing move to get over. Now, it’s imperative. They are an integral part of the current professional wrestling scene, just like theme music. But who has the best one? It’s a tough call, but that’s what we’re here to find out.
The finishing moves listed here are ranked on a variety of factors: How cool they look, how legitimately painful they appear to be, the surprise factor, the big situations which they’ve been used,
Ranking Every Finishing Move In WWE Today