|Wrestler Name||Hometown||Weight||Finisher Description||Finisher Name|
|Akio||Japan 7||200||corkscrew 450 splash|
|Al Snow||Lima, OH||246||northern lights bomb||Snow Plow|
|Big Show||Tampa, FL||470||chokeslam|
|Billy Kidman||Allentown, PA||215||shooting star press
|Shooting Star Press|
|Booker T||Houston, TX||256||scissors kick
top rope missile dropkick
top rope somersault legdrop
|Bubba Ray Dudley||New York City1||310||full nelson atomic||Bubba Bomb|
|Carlito "Caribbean" Cool||the Caribbean||234||modified swinging neckbreaker|
|Charlie Haas||Edmond, OK||239||bridged reverse figure four6
|Haas of Pain|
|Chavo Guerrero||El Paso, TX||214||kneeling shoulder backbreaker
Gory Special into Face First Powerbomb
|D-Von Dudley||New York City1||235||inverted implant DDT||Saving Grace|
|Danny Basham||Columbus, OH||250||double choke bomb||Brian Damage|
|Dawn Marie||Woodbridge, NJ||2|
|Doug Basham||Columbus, OH||245||leg lariat||Last Impression|
|Eddie Guerrero||El Paso, TX||229||frog splash
elevated Texas Cloverleaf
slingshot somersault senton
chained vertical suplexes
Lasso from El Paso
|Funaki||Japan||208||2nd rope reverse sitting DDT3||Rising Sun|
|Hardcore Holly||Mobile, AL||234||hanging low blow kick
double leg spinebuster
vertical suplex into powerbomb
Best Dropkick in the Business
|Heidenreich||New Orleans||275||swinging sideway slam|
|John "Bradshaw" Layfield||New York City||287||blockbuster suplex
Clothesline from Hell
|John Cena||West Newberry, CT||248||falling fistdrop
(release) Death Valley Driver
running neck snap
|Five Knuckle Shuffle|
|Kenzo Suzuki||Land of the Rising Sun||250||face claw STO|
|Kurt Angle||Pittsburgh, PA||235||reverse fireman's carry slam
|Luther Reigns||Phoenix, AZ||295||spinning DDT|
|Mark Jindrak||Atlanta, GA||269||back suplex into rock bottom||Mark of Excellence|
|Miss Jackie||Cleveland, OH||2|
|Nunzio||Queens, NY||201||off the second rope leg DDT
springboard armbar takedown
|Orlando Jordan||Miami, FL||240||shuffling punch flurry
|Paul London||Hartford, CT||195||top rope double stomp to back
chickenwing face first powerbomb
|Rene Dupree||Paris, France||265||michinoku driver|
|Rey Mysterio Jr.||San Diego, CA||185||springboard legdrop
any 'rana off the top rope (springboard)
rope spinning dropkick
|Dropping the Dime|
West Coast Pop
|Rob Van Dam||Battle Creek, MI||220||frog splash
|Five Star Frog Splash|
|Sable||Jacksonville, FL||powerbomb||Sable Bomb|
|Scotty 2 Hotty||Westbrook, MA||214||the worm||Worm|
|Shannon Moore||Raleigh, NC||208||second rope somersault blockbuster
top rope corkscrew moonsault
jumping swinging neckbreaker
|Spike Dudley||Dudleyville||150||running corner Diamond Cutter||Dudley Dog|
|Torrie Wilson||Boise, ID||swinging neckbreaker
|305||powerbomb with extended drop
Taking Care of Business
Italics - Named non-finisher move
Underline - Unofficial name
Moves that haven't been used or hinted at in "a long time" aren't listed. McMahons are ignored. This is a list of what they're using NOW, though I tend to leave random Velocity-level guy finishers on longer, on the guess that they just aren't using them because they're not winning.
Hometown and some finishers are taken from the (sometimes out of date and out
of canon) WWE.com bios, but weights are announced only.
Some hometowns haven't been mentioned in a while, but that's what they were last time they were mentioned
Info may be out of date - more so than the SmackDown ones - because I'm not keeping a close eye on the main show.
Women rarely have an announced wait.
1 - Dudleyville moved to New York in 2004. Except for Spike. But it probably would if they announced him as having a hometown.
2 - When not having a consistent trademark, WWE female wrestlers typically use DDT variation as a finish.
3 - Although inconsistently applied in recaps, a move is technically considered "Tornado" move when the deliver runs up the ropes while delivering it. The "seated on the second rope DDT" move that Funaki (and others) use is often incorrectly called a Tornado DDT. To prevent confusion, "sitting" and "climbing" will be used to help clarify the move. This move has sometimes been the normal DDT version, and sometimes the reverse DDT version. Right now, I think it's the reverse DDT but not sure. And this far far too much about a move he pulls off once every two months.
5 - In lucha libre, "hilo" roughly means "somersault". In the WWE, they tend to use it singularly for Eddie's trademark apron dive into the ring as if it's a proper name (but it's not).
6 - There's probably a better way to describe that move, but it's not coming to me. It's one that needs to be seen to be appreciated.
7 - As part of a running Velocity joke, Akio is often referred to as a Korean Movie Star. The person who is Akio is Korean, but the character was originally supposed to be from Japan and is still announced from there. They could write that out of existence at any time.
Last Updated: 12/13/04