Pro Wrestler uses a hoverboard to pull off incredible move on opponent

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Wrestling can be really weird sometimes and things have been taken to a whole new level.

As hoverboards break into the public domain and popular culture more and more, it was only a matter of time before they broke into the wrestling world.

And it has finally happened - at an All American Wrestling Pro show.


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Connor Braxton is the wrestler's name and it seems that he has mastered the hoverboard usage. He has previously been videoed coming down to the ring on a hoverboard and has now performed a giant swing on one as well.

Here he is doing his best Cesaro impression...

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And here's Braxton delivering a big shoulder block of the ropes on one...

The future is here ladies and gentleman, and it is very, very weird.

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