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  • It is usually performed against an opponent who is sitting on the top turnbuckle.
  • The top rope broke from the turnbuckle, but he was able to land on his feet.
  • Often aimed at a standing opponent or one sat on the top turnbuckle.
  • Some professional wrestlers can use this move as an advantage by running up the turnbuckle and using a high flying move.
  • Turnbuckle Records soon folded, leaving the band's albums both out of print.
  • This move is a shoulder block performed to an opponent who is set up on the turnbuckle.
  • This is rather than most aerial moves which are performed from a raised platform like the top turnbuckle.
  • The match started back and forth until Williams sent Vampiro off the top turnbuckle.
  • A second hit on the turnbuckle made his head busted open.
  • He then proceeded to touch his final turnbuckle as he had already touched three before Henry attempted his finisher.
  • They could also remove turnbuckle covers and use weapons to build momentum.
  • A turnbuckle has right-handed threads on one end and left-handed threads on the other end.
  • Hall attacked Robinson from behind, then placed him on the top turnbuckle and performed a super back suplex.
  • Normally a wrestler places the opponent on the turnbuckle so that they face away from the ring.
  • The mast has two side and one front stay, each fitted with a turnbuckle for tightening. Cited from The Boy Mechanic: Volume 1, by Popular Mechanics
  • Sting then turned on Storm and lifted him off the turnbuckle and slammed him through the table.
  • In subsequent matches, Williams would bring down the briefcase to the ring and place it near the turnbuckle.
  • Another way a turnbuckle could prove helpful is with making very minor height or angle adjustments.
  • The wrestlers cannot leave the ring and can only execute turnbuckle attacks from the bottom two corners.
  • Flair then performed a body press from the top turnbuckle and pinned Race to win the match and the title.
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Words starting with turnbuckle

Meaning of turnbuckle

  • noun An oblong metal coupling with a swivel at one end and an internal thread at the other into which a threaded rod can be screwed in order to form a unit that can be adjusted for length or tension