Spear is perhaps the most used finishing maneuver of all time. It’s quite easy to deliver, but most importantly it can create carnage at ringside provided that it can be hit almost from every angle be it inside or outside the ring. Our WWE World Heavyweight champion Roman Reigns is using the finisher to its fullest advantage.
Over the years, superstars like Rhyno, Goldberg, Batista, Big Show and Edge had used the spear as the finisher. In the case of Divas former champion Katelyn and the reigning champion Charlotte uses it.
There may be controversy with the greatest superstars who had gained the most upper hand with it, but it was Edge who had delivered the most spectacular spears of all time.
Remember Wrestlemania 17 where he hit the greatest spear of all time to Jeff Hardy above from a 16 feet high ladder or there may be doubt with the top spot when you see deliver a spear to Mick Foley through a flamed table at Wrestlemania 22. And that does not end the list as he stores another one in Wrestlemania 26 to Chris Jericho above from two announce tables.
These are the only fewest mentioned devastating spears delivered by Edge. Apart from him, Rhyno used to call the maneuver as a ‘Gorre’ and he did deliver one of them on Jericho on Smackdown to tear down the tron. Perhaps, Goldberg was the most powerful of them all while delivering it as we once again get Jericho on the delivery side of the spear at an Elimination Chamber match from Goldberg.
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