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Bobby Lashley definitely used the dominator as his first finisher. 

 

Speaking of Big E, though, even if it's only used a couple times a month, the big ending is way overused in my book. What a terrible move. The face turn is the perfect opportunity to give the guy a new finisher. There's plenty of time-tested power moves he could use like a running powerslam, powerbomb, or jackhammer (although you probably don't want him to get the label "black Goldberg"). He's also strong and athletic enough to do something a little fancier like a military press or pumphandle into a powerslam or some kind of sit-out power move. Or they could just give him the pounce after he busted Ambrose (and himself) up at the last ppv. Just change it to a side impact he doesn't crack heads. Anything would be better than the big ending, though.

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I remember finding it weird they gave him the back suplex as a finisher in all the video games but I could never remember seeing him use that in a match.

 

He definitely was using it when he first went solo/turned heel.  He did it with lifting at the leg the way Flair would for the knee breaker, but going into the backdrop.  It was a really sweet move that I can't remember ever seeing anyone else do.

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Based on two Saito suplexes I just saw on Youtube, not exactly.  He grabs between the legs (which isn't how my memory said it was done either) and it's not all twisty like the Saito.

 

Oddly, there are clips on youtube of David Hart Smith using both the Saito Suplex and the Teardrop Suplex.

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