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Thread: Cradle Suplex
Post by: JJJJPC(103642)
2005-08-03 15:50:43
Does Cradle Suplex work good as a finisher?
Post by: guess whos back(116051)
2005-08-03 18:53:20
Why can't people think and try things out for themselves...?
Post by: yar(35506)
2005-08-04 00:11:41
i really doubt any one has done that, i have seen people ask from all differant leagues, the older #s even had the benefit of a spoiler in the old forum that told about differant moves. there is nothing wrong with asking questions. there is something wrong with people such as yourself not wanting to help others.
so to answer your question, in my experience i would say no, why would you want to specialize a pin move or sub for that matter when it does not increase you pin/sub chance and comes up less often?
Post by: The Legend Killer(21778)
2005-08-04 02:32:38
Jaysen just specialised it lately

Edit: there is a thing called do it yourself JJJPC - experiment with different moves instead of always asking for everyones advice. The move might not be as successful with all people.
Post by: JJJJPC(103642)
2005-08-04 08:19:41
I just asked because I don't want to specilize a crappy move and end up ruining my character.
Post by: yar(35506)
2005-08-04 09:19:06
LK is right, take pile driver and stall suplex for example, some characters i have did better with one or the other but it was differant, and it was the same character type. you just never know.
Post by: m_carta(37500)
2005-08-04 13:51:50
Some days you'll be happy you specialized that move. Other days you'll be pulling your hair out and wondering why made such a mistake.
Post by: The Legend Killer(21778)
2005-08-04 15:54:26
Quote: "I just asked because I don't want to specilize a crappy move and end up ruining my character."

Coneman specialised Dragon Screw and still was a successful player. Eddie specialised moves like underhook suplex and was successful. It doesn't matter about one special as long as you can back it up with some other good moves.
Post by: guess whos back(116051)
2005-08-04 19:31:35
Does one special move really matter?

By the time you retire you will have 6+ specialized moves so while 1 "bad" move choice might affect you slightly it won't do all that much.
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