South Carolina State Debuts New Double Team Move That Would Make Authors Of Pain Blush

Pro wrestlers have to look for inspiration everywhere. An evolving form of entertainment, we see things weekly that would have been thought impossible decades ago. Now, aspiring tag teams can look to football for that inspiration.

During a recent college football game pitting the North Carolina Central University Eagles against the South Carolina State Bulldogs, a new move was debuted well beyond the confines of the squared circle. Bulldogs defensive back Alex Brown and defensive lineman Paul McKeiver prevented a two-point conversaion to retain the lead with a psychotic back body drop into a running powerslam. Check it out below.

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The move isn't an easy one to pull off, and required McKeiver to be in the right place at the right time. While it may seem unnecessary and harsh at first, this helped the Bulldogs retain a two point lead. NCCU would end up taking home the win. 

This may be the biggest football - pro wrestling crossover since the powerbomb by Bobby Boucher in the Waterboy (compliments of Captain Insano).

The move in question almost happened on the recent NXT Takeover Brooklyn III show, which saw the Authors of Pain back body drop Eric Young into a Dominator. Really, if any team were to pull off the move from the football game, it'd probably end up being them anyway.

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