Which wrestling move would ACTUALLY hurt the most?

Ric Flairs rake across the chest!!! Phone Post 3.0

WALES1 - It's all depends if the guy is working 'stiff'.

If he is working 'stiff' then every will hurt. Phone Post 3.0
Like if someone gets a boner they beat his ass for real? Phone Post 3.0

Sensei Milla 209TT - 
WALES1 - It's all depends if the guy is working 'stiff'.

If he is working 'stiff' then every will hurt. Phone Post 3.0
Like if someone gets a boner they beat his ass for real? Phone Post 3.0

Not sure if serious, but in the event that the question is legit...

Working "stiff" in pro-wrestling means not working with the other guy in the ring so that he doesn't get hurt. Instead, he throws/hits/kicks/etc the other guy more legitimately.

If you got a "normal" superkick, it's gonna look good on TV, but not really hurt much. If you got a "stiff" superkick, you're getting your face kicked off.

WALES1 - It's all depends if the guy is working 'stiff'.

If he is working 'stiff' then every will hurt. Phone Post 3.0

Not all of them. I'm pretty damn sure the "cranium crush" or the head vice wouldn't really hurt all that much.

In fact, there are quite a few submission moves that if applied the way the guy shows them, even if he's stiff, isn't going to hurt. Off the top of my head:

Samoa Joe's Kahina Klutch (arm unsecured choke)

Tazz-mission (again, arm totally unsecured)

Any of the "claw" maneuvers (stomach, head)

Mankind's mr. Sock-o claw

Or

Bob backland chicken wing Phone Post 3.0

A lot of those moves where they go from a fireman's carry into a head spike (death valley driver and such) could be fatal if done for real. Phone Post 3.0

Razors edge imo Phone Post 3.0

Sandy Pantz - Steiner Screwdriver wouldn't hurt too bad since you'd be dead

Yeah but that is more of a one time shot to the CNS. You still could instinctively kick out or let your partner interfere. I would pick the Steiner Recliner for sustained damage. Once all those vertebral ligaments are stretched and spine hyper extended you just can't fight anymore.

Wiggy - 
Sensei Milla 209TT - 
WALES1 - It's all depends if the guy is working 'stiff'.

If he is working 'stiff' then every will hurt. Phone Post 3.0
Like if someone gets a boner they beat his ass for real? Phone Post 3.0

Not sure if serious, but in the event that the question is legit...

Working "stiff" in pro-wrestling means not working with the other guy in the ring so that he doesn't get hurt. Instead, he throws/hits/kicks/etc the other guy more legitimately.

If you got a "normal" superkick, it's gonna look good on TV, but not really hurt much. If you got a "stiff" superkick, you're getting your face kicked off.

Its kinda like some Muay Thai matches where there is a gentlemen's agreement to go a bit light in the early rounds so as to give the audience a good show. Lots of professional wrestlers "work" for a bit before getting into the real "stiff" and actual competition part of the match. Can you imagine Brock and Taker going full bore in the FIRST five minutes. LOL their match wouldn't have lasted two.

In Phone Post 3.0

Crippler cross face. At worst you could get your neck or you could sustain significant damage to your vagus nerve and/or talo-mandibular dislocation and at MINIMUM you could suffer a torn sternocliadomastoid.



And thats a shoot.

get your neck broke...

Use of a foreign object when referee is distracted. Phone Post 3.0

Most painful:

Vader Bomb

and

Banzai Drop

You just had a 400+ pound man drop from a height onto your chest.

Yeah, you just got fucked

Boston crab/walls of Jericho hurts like a bitch Phone Post 3.0

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Wiggy - 
Sensei Milla 209TT - 
WALES1 - It's all depends if the guy is working 'stiff'.

If he is working 'stiff' then every will hurt. Phone Post 3.0
Like if someone gets a boner they beat his ass for real? Phone Post 3.0

Not sure if serious, but in the event that the question is legit...

Working "stiff" in pro-wrestling means not working with the other guy in the ring so that he doesn't get hurt. Instead, he throws/hits/kicks/etc the other guy more legitimately.

If you got a "normal" superkick, it's gonna look good on TV, but not really hurt much. If you got a "stiff" superkick, you're getting your face kicked off.

Its kinda like some Muay Thai matches where there is a gentlemen's agreement to go a bit light in the early rounds so as to give the audience a good show. Lots of professional wrestlers "work" for a bit before getting into the real "stiff" and actual competition part of the match. Can you imagine Brock and Taker going full bore in the FIRST five minutes. LOL their match wouldn't have lasted two.
"Actual competition part of the match"

What? They do not start off working and then turn stiff. Are you saying it's the norm for guys to get potatoed in every match?


What??? Phone Post 3.0

Do you even powerbomb bro? Most of those pro wrestling holds came from something that actually worked. 

reverse ridge hand sternum strike aka "Flair chops"

Traditional over hand chops are painful but its just a sting with mild thorasic compression. What makes the "Flair chop" so effective is not only the sting and compression but the combination contusive AND abrasive effects of the lateral palm SLIDING across the chest.

It does NOT matter how perfectly muscled, shaven and smooth or even oiled up the male chest is- a chop like that puts a lot into a man.

^^^^^takes a lot out, I mean

THE_REAL_AMERICAN - 


Nothing would hurt more than THE HAMMER's figure four .. with metal shin plate applied.




Actually the real figure 4 leglock is a kneebar using the other guy's calf and a calf slicer on the bent leg as well. If he was trying to hurt him he'd have the bent leg at or below the knee and pushing the straight leg up against it.