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Spoiler: Full Content for WWE’s Top 50 Finishers DVD – Who Gets #1?

– Silvervision and WWEDVDNews have revealed the full content listing for WWE’s The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in History, which hits North American stores on August 21st and overseas in September.

Quit reading now if you don’t want to be spoiled on the listing.

Disc 1

50. JBL – Clothesline

49. Vader – Vader Bomb

48. Dusty Rhodes – Bionic Elbow

47. Million Dollar Man – Million Dollar Dream

46. Kerry Von Erich – Iron Claw

45. Ravishing Rick Rude – Rude Awakening

44. Lex Luger – Torture Rack

43. Dudley Boyz – 3-D

42. Bam Bam Bigelow – Moonsault

41. DDP – Diamond Cutter

40. Mankind – Mandible Claw / Socko

39. Honky Tonk Man – Shake Rattle and Roll

38. Yokozuna – Bonzai Drop

37. Flash Funk – 450 Splash

36. Sting – Scorpion Lock

35. Lita – Moonsault

34. Kevin Nash – Jack-knife

33. Jerry The King Lawler – Piledriver

32. RVD – Five-Star Frog Splash

31. Big Show – Chokeslam

30. CM Punk – GTS

29. Brock Lesnar – F-5

28. Bob Backlund – Chicken Wing

27. Batista – Batista Bomb

26. Mr. Perfect – Perfect Plex

25. Kurt Angle – Ankle Lock

24. Chris Jericho – Lion Tamer / Walls of Jericho

23. Edge – Spear

22. Iron Sheik – Camel Clutch

21. John Cena – Attitude Adjustment

20. Scott Hall – Razors Edge

19. Goldberg – Jackhammer

18. Rey Mysterio – 6-1-9

17. Road Warriors – Doomsday Device

16. Bruno Sammartino – Bearhug

15. Sgt. Slaughter – Cobra Clutch

14. Jeff Hardy – Swanton Bomb

13. Eddie Guerrero – Frog Splash

12. Macho Man Randy Savage – Elbow off Top Rope

11. Randy Orton – RKO

10. Bret Hitman Hart – Sharpshooter

9. Jimmy Superfly Snuka – Superfly Splash

8. Nature Boy Ric Flair – Figure Four Leg Lock

7. Hulk Hogan – Leg Drop

6. Shawn Michaels – Sweet Chin Music

5. Jake The Snake Roberts – DDT

4. The Rock – Rock Bottom / Peoples Elbow

3. Triple H – Pedigree

2. Undertaker – Tombstone Piledriver

1. Stone Cold Steve Austin – Stunner

DVD Disc 1 Extras

Bonus: X-Pac – X-Factor
Bonus: Booker T – Spinarooni
Bonus: John Morrison – Starship Pain
Bonus: Scotty Too Hotty – The Worm
Bonus: Rikishi – Stinkface
Bonus: Shane McMahon – Coast to Coast
Bonus: Billy Kidman – Shooting Star Press

Disc 2

Sgt. Slaughter Demonstrates The Cobra Clutch on Tony Anthony
World Wide Wrestling – 10th December, 1981

DDT vs. Rude Awakening Match
Jake “The Snake” Roberts vs. “Ravishing” Rick Rude
Madison Square Garden – 24th October, 1988

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Mr. Perfect vs. Texas Tornado
Dayton, Ohio – 13th January, 1991

WWE Championship Match
Bret “Hitman” Hart vs. Bob Backlund
Superstars – 30th July, 1994

WCW World Tag Team Championship Match
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. The Giant & Lex Luger
SuperBrawl VII – 23rd February, 1997

King of the Ring Semi-Final Match
Mankind vs. Jerry “The King” Lawler
King of the Ring – 8th June, 1997

Rob Van Dam vs. 2 Cold Scorpio
Living Dangerously – 1st March, 1998

Four Corners Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Hollywood Hogan vs. Sting
With Special Guest Referee “Macho Man” Randy Savage
Spring Stampede –11th April, 1999

Disc 3

Chris Jericho & The Rock vs. Kurt Angle & Stone Cold Steve Austin
SmackDown – 15th November, 2001

Rob Van Dam & Bubba Ray Dudley vs. Brock Lesnar & Eddie Guerrero
Raw – 3rd June, 2002

No Disqualification Tag Team Match
Shawn Michaels & Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Jericho & Christian
Raw – 17th February, 2003

The Rock vs. Goldberg
Backlash – 27th April, 2003

6-Man Elimination Match
Bubba Ray, DVon & Spike Dudley vs. Evolution (Triple H, ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair & Randy Orton)
Raw – 14th July, 2003

WWE Women’s Championship Match
Trish Stratus vs. Lita
Raw 6th December, 2004

Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match to become the Number One Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton vs. JBL vs. Chris Jericho
Raw – 29th December, 2008

Fatal 4-Way Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Undertaker vs. Batista vs. Rey Mysterio vs. CM Punk
Bragging Rights – 25th October, 2009

Six Pack Challenge Elimination Match for the WWE Championship
Sheamus vs. John Cena vs. Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho vs. Edge vs. Wade Barrett
Night of Champions – 9th September, 2010

Blu-ray Extras

Triple H & Undertaker vs. Big Show & Edge
SmackDown – 6th February, 2009

Rey Mysterio, Jeff Hardy & The Great Khali vs. Edge, Dolph Ziggler & Chris Jericho
Raw – 22nd June, 2009

No Disqualification, 6-Man Tag Team Match
Mr. McMahon & D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels & Triple H) vs. Randy Orton & Legacy (Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase)
Raw – 24th August, 2009

Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
Team Mysterio (Rey Mysterio, Big Show, Chris Masters, Kofi Kingston, & MVP) vs. Team Alberto (Alberto
Del Rio, Cody Rhodes, Jack Swagger, Drew McIntyre, & Tyler Reks)
Survivor Series – 21st November, 2010

John Cena & Rey Mysterio vs. CM Punk & R-Truth
With Special Guest Referee Bret “Hitman” Hart
Raw – 23rd May, 2011

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  • rob

    #41 diamond cutter
    #11 RKO….. what a fucking joke all these wwe “List” are a fucking disgrace and biased towards Vince McMahons personal views fuck all these wwe “list” if u can even legit call them list

  • Dan

    I personally prefer Randy’s execution of the move to DDP. That being said, they do both belong on the list and I am glad DDP was even included.

    But beyond that, it is amazing how each and every news story posted that includes Randy Orton is met with hatred among the IWC. I mean, he has been hated by the IWC for a while now (mainly since his face turn) but it has gone really overboard lately. Seems the “in” thing to do is be anti-Orton. Perhaps it is the suspension, though one would assume everyone would be so pleased to have him gone for two months.

    I’m not an Orton mark but I still think he is one of the most talented professional wrestlers out there and the WWE product lacks without him. But I guess I am in the minority these days, especially when it comes to how the internet views him. Oh well.

  • Muscleman

    Is it just me or does Steve Austin seem to always top WWE lists.Personally I think he deserves it due to the role he played in saving WWE’s ass in the late 90s.And oh hell yeah, I am a big Austin fan too and I don’t give a rat’s ass if the Rattle Snake tops every other WWE list.

  • bork lazer

    Really guys,do you believe the stunner would hurt more than the sweet chin music? If you do GTFO. Sweet chin music should be number one.that pisdes me off. Also kofi Kingston’s trouble in paradise is gold. It should at least be on the list.big shows WMD should be also included. Jericho’s code breaker is better than the walls. WWE is to damn biased towards everything. If it was 2 years ago macho man wouldn’t be on the list. They only did it because he is dead and want to kiss his family’s ass to get him in the HOF.

  • David

    The ONLY good thing about this list is Jake Roberts earning as high as the #5 spot with the most believably devastating DDT in mainstream wrestling history.

  • Muscleman

    @bork lazer,it’s not whether or not a move would hurt that matters.What matters is a move’s popularity and how it is sold by those on the receiving end of it.As per that,the Stone Cold stunner is the most devastating meneuver in WWE history.Go to Youtube and check out how a guy like The Rock sells the stunner.Devastating.

  • wow how is big show’s wmd not on there…i have not seen anyone get up from the punch….

  • rob

    @dan im not hating on randy orton but fucking eh it should go ace crusher > diamond cutter > RKO its plain and simple….

  • rob

    @muscleman go watch scott hall sell the stunner then imagine how insane it would be if ziggler sold a stunner

  • rob

    guys like Orton are sexy but they suck

  • rob

    @rob so which douchebag is pretending to be me??? i didn’t kno i was up there with kosher and chelsi

  • Tyson

    29. Brock Lesnar – F-5
    21. John Cena – Attitude Adjustment

    what a joke

  • Erwin

    They obviously don’t rank it on impact power because I can’t imagine Attitude Adjustment, which is a lame spin off of Fireman Carry can rank so high, even higher than F5 which looks way more devastating because of the spin. The Pedigree doesn’t look that it really hurt either and it’ll be difficult to do in real fight. Stunner is easier but it doesn’t look all that painful either. Tombstone is another story though because getting your head dropped like that isn’t pretty. In terms of impact though, I think Jackhammer is the most bad ass finisher because it’s just scary to see Goldberg suspending his opponent in the air like that and then slamming their body with his full power, that can’t not hurt.

  • rob

    @tyson i agree the AA is just a fucking firemans carry with a 5-6 foot drop its not a finisher

  • Brando

    Hulk Hogan leg drop at 7. Really???

  • Akshay

    I think codebreaker deserves an spot in the list!

  • ClearlySane88

    The largest tragedy is not having the greatest Sweet Chin Music to ever occur in a match on this disc. I’m referring to the one he hit when Shelton Benjamen when he leaped over the top ropes. Was one of the best finishes I have ever seen to a match!

  • alexinho

    Scott Hall & The Rock are the best sellers of the Stone Cold Stunner

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