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Complete Shot or Reverse STO?
What should be the offical name of the move? Technically, it is a Reverse STO, however, people refer to it as "Complete Shot". I think the section for the move should be called Reverse STO, it should say its widely known as the Complete Shot. So should the section be renamed to Reverse STO, or should it be left as Complete Shot? --James Maxx 15:08, 8 December 2006 (UTC)
- though its true both names are widely popular but most people have got the idea they link to Complete shot and write the actual description... its more of the case that is its changed that means alot of the rest of us will have to go round to find every entry of the move... which is no small task --- Paulley
I've semi-protected the article due to edit warring. But, there is not a single reference in either article. I've dealt with this kind of crap at Goth Metal articles with Leyasu and Deathrocker (arguing over their preferred genre defintions and which band is in which genre based seemingly on nothing more than their own opinions) and I'm not happy to see it here. I have no way of knowing which description of some wrestling move is more accurate; both versions look like original research/personal observations and conclusions. I suggest you find some kind of appropriate third-party source rather than arguing over what looks like personal opinion. Thatcher131 05:34, 10 January 2007 (UTC)
I dont know how many of u hve ever played any of MDickie's wrestling games, and if u haven't then u definetly should. But in Wrestling Encore there exists a move none as the MDKO, most notabley the finisher of Whack Ax. I am not sure if this is a type of facebuster or not plz help.
Jumping Inverted Double Underhook Facebuster
I think the Jumping Inverted Double Underhook Facebuster should be added on the Facebuster page because a lot of wrestlers use that move as a finishing or signature move. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Dragonslayer619 (talk • contribs) 21:00, 17 June 2009 (UTC)
Belly-to-back Inverted Mat Slam
"The move is most connected to Michelle McCool, who calls it the "Faith Breaker" and typically uses it in a pinning combination as a finisher." ... I disagree, considering that A.J. Styles has been using the move under the name "Styles Clash" since the early 2000's, including a variation on the move (Avalanche/Super Styles Clash, performed from the second rope), and also uses it as a pinning combination. McCool is known to use other wrestlers' (notably TNA wrestlers') finishers as her own. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 02:08, 9 August 2009 (UTC)
I changed Judas Mesias to El Mesias seeing as he was only called Judas mesias in his like 6 appearances in america and is better known as El Mesias from AAA Wrestlings Savior (talk) 13:13, 11 January 2010 (UTC)
I removed facebuster variations that don't exist. This page is only for facebuster variations that DO exist. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Folgertat (talk • contribs) 00:39, 23 November 2011 (UTC)