Bronson Reed: Nobody's Kicked Out Of The Tsunami In Five Years, I Want To Keep It That Way

Bronson talks about protecting his finishing move, the Tsunami.

Bronson Reed is a Colossus of a man. His finishing move is a massive Splash from the top rope known as the Tsunami, and when a man of Bronson Reed's stature crashes down onto you from the top rope, you're not kicking out.

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Speaking about his finishing move during an interview with Fightful's Joel Pearl, Reed would say that in the past five years, nobody has kicked out of the move, and he is hoping to keep the move protected.

"That’s the thing. I feel like I have a finishing move that is special. I speak about this a lot where it’s five years now where no one has kicked out of it. Since I started calling it the Tsunami, no one has kicked out of it, and I want to keep it that way. Hopefully, I keep beating people with it. Keep it devastating. I also threw Ali into the timekeeper’s chair this Monday. So those viral moments, I’m going to keep making happen," he said.

Fans can learn more about the phone call that brought Bronson Reed back to WWE at this link.

Speaking of the importance of big men having protected finishing moves, Baron Corbin, in the past, has talked about the advice given to him by The Undertaker about keeping his moves special and piecing together the small nuances that are crucial to being a memorable pro wrestler. Read more here.

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