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PTW Wrestling Podcast episode 153: The Greatest Finishers of All Time

What is the best finishing maneuver in the history of wrestling?

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Inspired by our Greatest Wrestling Entrance Theme of All Time tournament, this week on the PTW Wrestling podcast we kick off a new tournament to determine the greatest finishing maneuver of all time. We started from a list of well over 100 entries sourced from our Discord channel (which you can join through our Patreon for as little as $2 per month!) and over the course of this episode, we whittle it down to a 64 entrant bracket.

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