Elbow AttacksEdit

Diving elbow dropEdit

A diving elbow drop is executed by diving onto a prone opponent with one's elbow cocked, driving the elbow into the opponent's shoulder, chest, or head.

Axe handle elbow dropEdit

The wrestler sits on the top turnbuckle with a foot on each second rope, facing a supine opponent. The wrestler then leaps towards the opponent, clasping their forearms together, and lands on their knees, driving both elbows into the shoulder or chest of the opponent.

Corkscrew elbow dropEdit

The wrestler stands on the top turnbuckle with the opponent lying face up on the mat. The wrestler then leaps at the fallen opponent at the same time executing a 360 horizontal turn before driving the elbow into the opponent with increased force. This move can be done without the use of the top turnbuckle.

Diving back elbow dropEdit

A less common variation on a diving elbow drop; the wrestler stands on the top turnbuckle facing away from the opponent then leaps backwards, extending and cocking one elbow. This allows for greater range but less precision.

Shooting star elbow dropEdit

The wrestler leaps towards a prone opponent from an elevated position, executes a backflip in mid-air, and lands with their elbow cocked, driving the elbow onto the opponent's chest.

Flying back elbowEdit

A move in which the wrestler will jump from an elevated position (usually the top turnbuckle or the middle rope) and strike a standing opponent with the back of his or her elbow.

Spinning Elbow AttacksEdit

Spinning ElbowEdit

A move in which the wrestler will do a 360 spin and then land a elbow strike on the opponent.

Extreme Spinning ElbowEdit

Samething as a spinning elbow, but from the top turnbuckle. Most of time this move is used as a diving version.

Elbow SweepEdit

A move in which the attacking wrestler hits the opponent with the elbow after running off the ropes and trips the opponent using the elbow.

Eye of the TigerEdit

Also known, as the Double Spinning Elbow. The attacking wrestler completes a 360 spin and hits the opponent with both elbows in the forehead or one of the eyes. It is named after Tiger Mask.

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