15 Superstars' 'secret weapons'

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February 10, 2014

As the old saying goes, “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” WWE’s slightly less gruesome take on that proverb, however, might be more along the lines of, “There’s more than one way to win a wrestling match.” For every signature move a Superstar carries in his or her arsenal — your Rock Bottoms, Tombstone Piledrivers and the like — there are plenty of other maneuvers those Superstars used to rely on that fell by the wayside over the course of their careers.

Still, no Superstar worth his salt ever truly drops a maneuver altogether, so it’s not all that uncommon for these moves to resurface should the opportunity arise, and often to great effect. These are the moves you hear rumors of, or might catch a glimpse of on an old, grainy YouTube clip or — if you’re really old school — a VHS tape. These are formidable leftovers from the formative years of WWE’s top competitors. Think of them as secret weapons of sorts, lying in a vault but always at the ready should they ever be needed again.

With that, come take a look into these Superstars’ personal vaults as WWE.com examines these secret weapons: their origins, their effectiveness, why they moved to the backburner … and, of course, a possible situation where we might see them again.

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