Let’s be real for a second about wrestling. The great matches are filled with complex chain moves and displays of athleticism, but at the end of the day, who cares? Those moves are all fine and dandy, but they are all leading to the same place: the finish. Without an epic finishing move, a wrestler is just an oily dude dancing around in spandex undies. When you think of your favorite wrestler, you don’t think of that great suplex he threw one time at a SmackDown taping; no, you think of the signature move he used over and over to end his matches, prevailing over all manner of opponents delivering the hardest takedown of your dreams. You think of the blows that led to the 1-2-3 counts. You remember the victories, and the titles that changed hands. And when you think of finishing moves, you generally think of the most successful, the most brutal, and the most powerful. In other words, you think of the hardest.