WWE: Adrian Neville showing off potential new finisher at house shows

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When Adrian Neville debuted in the WWE it was a cause for celebration.

The entire WWE Universe was finally getting to see one of the most exciting performers in NXT history and he didn't disappoint, showing off his crazy move-set that leaves fans in shock and awe as they gazed upon the the most athletic entertainer the WWE has had in a long time.

New Finisher

Well, after a lackluster couple of weeks, it seems like Neville is making a change by adopting a new finisher.


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450 Splash

According to a report from Wrestling Inc, Neville has been using the 450 Splash as his finisher a lot more lately, instead of Red Arrow.

This is apparently just done at non-televised WWE live events as fans expect Neville to go up for the Red Arrow but he ends it with his secondary finisher instead. 

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It is still unsure if Neville will be keeping the 450 as his permanent new finisher, while having the Red Arrow in his back pocket for special occasions, but it is a strange move to say the least.

The Red Arrow is unbelievably over as a finisher, it's something completely new to WWE fans and they legitimately haven't seen anything like it before, so to make that change would just be odd.

Who knows, maybe he'll bring back the Imploding 450 splash he hit in that one match against Bo Dallas...

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