Professional Wrestling Double-team Maneuvers

Professional Wrestling Double-team Maneuvers

In professional wrestling are executed by two wrestlers instead of one and typically are used by tag teams in tag team matches. Many of these maneuvers are combination of two throws, or submission holds. Most moves are known by the names that professional wrestlers give their "finishing move" (signature moves that usually result in a win) names. Occasionally, these names become popular and are used regardless of the wrestler performing the technique. Moves are listed under general categories whenever possible.

Read more about Professional Wrestling Double-team Maneuvers:  Aided Moves, Move Combinations, Dive Combination, Slingshot Catapult, Attack Combination, Leg Drop, Splash Combination, Poetry in Motion, Tandem Moves, Russian Legsweep, Clothesline Combination, Sidewalk Slam, Top-rope Legdrop Combination, Sky Lift Slam, Spanish Fly, Stack-superplex, STO, Big Boot Combination, STO, Russian Legsweep Combination, Superkick-Plex, Wheelbarrow Hold, Top Rope Legdrop Combination

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