Five Moves of Doom: Buddy Murphy's Signature Maneuver's and Finishers | Smark Out Moment

Five Moves of Doom: Buddy Murphy's Signature Maneuver's and Finishers

Posted by Bodeen Green Saturday, July 6, 2019
Welcome to another edition of FIVE MOVES OF DOOM, where we break down a particular wrestler's moveset and examine the five signature maneuvers that they perform on a regular basis.

These are the moves that fans watch out for during a match and are usually in a sequential pattern, building up to and including their finishers that typically get the biggest pop of suspense from the crowd each and every week.

There is no doubt that Buddy Murphy made a name for himself in 2018. In the space of a few months, he went from a nobody to one of the biggest names on the 205 Live roster with standout matches with people like Ali and Cedric Alexander. Murphy uses a unique moveset blending speed, agility and raw strength to dominate his opponents. This led to him winning the Cruiserweight Championship in Melbourne to one of the biggest hometown pops of in recent history.

While Murphy hasn't done anything on SmackDown Live since he was sent over to the blue brand in the Superstar Shake-up, now may be the perfect time to analyze Murphy's spectacular moveset in preparation to the possible changes that could be coming to WWE, in case Eric Bischoff decides to give him a major push.

WWE Finishers 5 Moves of Doom moveset signature moves

BUDDY MURPHY'S FIVE MOVES OF DOOM

1. Powerbomb / Spinning Sit-Out Powerbomb

Buddy Murphy uses his strength and power to slam his opponent with a brutal powerbomb as if that wasn't enough he uses his opponent's momentum from their kickout to deliver a brutal spinning sit-out powerbomb showcasing raw strength and power generally not seen from a cruiserweight.


2. Tope Con Hilo

Murphy shows he can be as fast and agile as any other cruiserweight with this amazing suicide dive. Murphy runs up, building momentum, grabs the top rope and propels his body right into his opponent or opponents below.


3. Lifting Knee Strike

Murphy gets his opponent on their knees, grabs their wrists and knees his opponent with complete disdain straight to the face. Murphy has also used the lifting knee strike after the powerbomb.


4. Canadian Rack into a DDT

Also known as the over the shoulder flip DDT this move involves Murphy picking up his opponent into the Canadian rack position and then dropping his opponent catching them into a DDT.


5. Murphy's Law

Otherwise known as the pumphandle death valley driver, Murphy's finisher starts with him getting his opponent in the pumphandle position, lifting them then flipping his opponent in midair performing a death valley driver, in one quick but brutal motion.


With Buddy Murphy heading to the main roster, it will be interesting to see how the mainstream audience react to his style and moveset including these five moves of doom.

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AUTHOR OF THIS POST: BODEEN GREEN

Bodeen Green comes from Tamworth in Australia and has been a professional wrestling fan since 2006, outside from the squared circle he enjoys studying history and playing and watching sports such as Cricket, AFL and Baseball.

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