The double-team maneuvers in professional wrestling are executed by two wrestlers instead of one and typically are used by tag teams in tag team matches. Many of these maneuvers are combination of two throws, or submission holds. There is a wide variety of double-team moves in pro wrestling. Most moves are known by the names that professional wrestlers give their "finishing move" (signature moves that usually result in a win) names. Occasionally these names become popular and are used regardless of the wrestler performing the technique.
Storm Tracker in CollisionEdit
Storm Tracker in Collision is a professional wrestling tag team move innovated and named by The Stormers. The first attacking wrestler picks his opponent's body up & Irish Whips his opponent's body into the turnbuckle & then Shoulder Blocks his opponent's body. Then the second attacking wrestler does the same thing. Then both tag team partners pick up their opponents' bodies and Irish Whip their opponent's bodies into each other and their opponent's bodies collide and fall to the mat.
Double Team ArmbarEdit
Double Team Armbar is a professional wrestling tag team move innovated and named by the Canadian Dream Allaince. Both tag team partners put their opponent's in a joint lock that hyperextends the elbow joint. It is typically applied by placing the opponent's extended arm at the elbow over a fulcrum such as an arm, leg or hip, and controlling the opponent's body while leveraging the arm over the fulcrum.