Thank you alex .. you took the words riiiight out of my mouth. Now... let me expand it alittle more.
Captain .. your quote.
"Crash Holly and now Michelle McCool using the Styles Clash
Candice Michelle using the Stroke and the Unprettier
Bobby Lashley using the Shock Treatment
Michelle McCool using the Angels Wings and the Ankle Lock
Batista using the Muscle Buster
Elijah Burke using the Stroke
John Morrison using AJs facebuster
and plenty more moves TNA wrestlers were using long before a WWE wrestler attempted."
Crash used that move BEFORE TNA even opened it's doors .. now, if you want to give me the arguement for ROH then be my guest.
I never recalled Crash Holly doing that move until he joined Matt Hardy and Shannon Moore in mid-late 2002 but if that's not true link me to a video of him doing it pre-2002. As for the ROH remark, don't know what you're talking about.
As for the Stroke and the Unprettier .. think for a moment where those moves were popularized. Really THINK about it.
Just for a bonus, pick a move out there that doesn't have origins from either japan or mexico.
Yeah I know Jarrett and Christian used to be in the WWE but that hardly detracts from my point, they're in TNA now and WWE started having their wrestlers use the moves I mentioned after
they were performed in TNA.
I'm sure those moves were pioneered or invented in Mexico or Japan but I seriously doubt WWE pays attention to them at all, they always think no-one can do wrestling like they can and that the Americanised way of the business is the only way. It's obvious they saw the moves done in TNA as opposed to Mexico or Japan.
"Oh come on!, it's probably the most famous move from TNA that people would recognise and it's WWEs subtle way of sticking it to TNA by using their popular finishers and also some general moves that were done in TNA and never done in the WWE."
I would think that'd be the angle slam, honestly. Oh, maybe the Scorpion Deathlock .. or the jacknife .. they have a whole list of moves that are just as recognisable. You've managed to kill your own arguement without even knowing it.
I think AJ and the Clash have built up more of a reputation even to non-TNA fans as their best wrestler and most unique non-WWE finisher so I made a point and in no way "killed" my arguement, you just didn't understand!
"I'ts funny how most new moves used in the last few years in the WWE came straight from TNA yet it's supposively TNA who copy everything"
Until i say something like that .. in those words .. don't try to pin that crap on me. Both shows have pro's and con's .. and I watch both.
That last sentence was directed in general at lame WWE fanboys who accuse TNA of copying everything, it wasn't a remark directed at you.
Maybe next time you should take a different approach because your borderline hostility and dispariging manner only weakened the points you attempted to make. Also detering ofcourse to make your points further hurts your arguement overall.