Seth Rollins Moves List: All of the Moves He Uses in the Ring

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Seth Rollins is a WWE superstar signed to the ‘Monday Night Raw’ brand. (

Seth Rollins is one of the most impressive wrestlers on Monday Night Raw right now, and his moveset has evolved quite a bit over time.

At the moment, Rollins’ finisher is the Pedigree, which he adopted from Triple H. However, it now looks like he may be adopting a new finisher, which makes sense seeing as he recently accomplished his mission of defeating Triple H, his former mentor, at WrestleMania 33.

Before this, some of Rollins’ finishing moves included the Snap Single Underhook Front Facelock Drop, the Skywalker, the Diving High Knee, the Blackout, and the Avada Kedavra.

Rollins also had some other finishing moves when he performed as Tyler Black, including God’s Last Gift, Paroxysm, the Phoenix Splash, and the Turnbuckle Powerbomb, with the latter two being moves that Rollins continues to use as non-finishers to this day.

Like most WWE wrestlers, Rollins goes back to many of the same moves during his matches. So what are Seth Rollins’ signature moves? Here’s a look at some of the moves you are likely to see performed during a typical Seth Rollins match:

  • Pedigree – Rollins’ finishing move was previously popularized by Triple H. It’s a double underhook facebuster in which Rollins bends his opponent forward, places the opponent’s head in between his legs, and then grabs his opponent behind the arms. Rollins then jumps up into the air and propels his opponent towards the ground.
  • Wrist Lock & Jumping High Knee – Recently, Rollins began using a new finisher in which he first performs a wrist lock and then jumps and hits his opponent with his knee. Rollins first performed this on Kevin Owens in a dark match last week, and it is speculated that this may be Rollins’ new finishing move after he defeated Triple H at WrestleMania.
  • Corner Forearm Smash – With this move, Rollins jumps and hits his opponent with his forearm while they are in the corner of the ring.
  • Diving Double Foot Stomp – Rollins hangs his opponent off the top rope facing upwards and then jumps and stomps onto them, sending them flying into the mat.
  • Diving Somersault Neckbreaker – Rollins jumps from the rope, doing a flip and catching his opponent’s neck on the way down, slamming them into the mat.
  • Superplex – While standing on the top rope, Rollins grabs his opponent by the neck and the torso, throwing them over his shoulder as the two of them are sent flying down into the mat. This is often followed up by a Falcon Arrow.
  • Falcon Arrow – As his opponent is latched onto his neck, Rollins grabs hold of his opponent’s torso, lifting them into the air in a vertical position and dropping them back onto the mat.
  • Frog Splash – Rollins jumps off the top rope, stretching out and landing belly-first onto his opponent.
  • Jumping Enzuigiri – Rollins jumps into the air and kicks his opponent in the head.
  • Phoenix Splash – Rollins stands on the top rope looking towards the audience; he then jumps backwards, turns 180 degrees in mid-air, and lands on his opponent.
  • Reverse STO – As an opponent is coming towards Rollins while Rollins is in the corner, he grabs them with both arms and sends them flying into the turnbuckle.
  • Sling Blade – Rollins runs at his opponent, jumping into the air and spinning around while grabbing his opponent’s neck and bringing them down to the mat.
  • Suicide Dive – Rollins jumps through the ropes to land on his opponent, who is standing outside of the ring.
  • Turnbuckle Powerbomb – While Rollins has his opponent on his shoulders, he drives his opponent into the corner of the ring.