Konnan - in Wrestling

In Wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Tequila Sunrise (Arm trap single leg Boston crab)
  • Signature moves
  • DDT, sometimes reversed
  • Drop toe-hold
  • Electric chair facebuster
  • Indian deathlock
  • One-handed bulldog
  • Rolling thunder lariat
  • 187 (Cradle DDT)
  • Facejam / K-Factor (Sitout facebuster, often preceded by a mule kick)
  • Running low-angle dropkick to a seated opponent
  • Spin-out powerbomb
  • Splash Mountain (Crucifix powerbomb, sometimes from the second rope)
  • Springboard arm drag
  • Super German suplex
  • Tilt-a-whirl headscissors takedown
  • Top-rope headscissors takedown, sometimes reversed
  • Wheelbarrow suplex
  • Zip Lock (Arm trap standing leglock)
  • Managers
  • Jimmy Hart
  • Kevin Sullivan
  • Vincent
  • Torrie Wilson
  • Tygress
  • Nicknames
  • "K-Dawg"
  • Entrance themes
  • "Tear It Up" by J.Hart and H.Helm (WCW; used while a part of the New World Order; 1996–1998)
  • "Rockhouse" by J.Hart and H.Helm (WCW; used while a part of the New World Order; 1998)
  • "Wolfpac Theme" (WCW; used while a part of the nWo Wolfpac; 1998–1999)
  • "Bow Wow Wow" by Konnan featuring Madd One
  • "Dawgz" by Konnan (TNA; used while part of the Latin American Xchange)
  • "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor

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