WWE: Bo Dallas shows off cool new finisher against R-Truth

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Bo Dallas hadn't been seen on WWE television for some time before he rocked up on Raw a week or two ago.

That wasn't the best decision for the self-defined most inspirational man in the WWE, as Brock Lesnar decided to completely destroy him, hitting four german suplexes before picking the lifeless Dallas up on his shoulders for an F5.

Bo's Back

Dallas returned after his beat-down from The Beast at SmackDown last night, and debuted a new finisher as he took his anger out on R-Truth.


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New Finisher

Dallas won a one-sided match over R-Truth and didn't use the Bo-Dog finish that he's owned for the past couple of years, since entering the WWE and NXT.

Instead, Dallas used what looks like a one-man version of the Au Revoir, a tag team finisher used by La Resistance. He also performed the move after the match on Truth to end his attack.

You can see a video of the match and Bo's new finisher below...

Hopefully, this finally means that Bo Dallas will be getting something of a push. After being booked very strong when making his debut, starting with that incredible streak, the WWE just went cold on him and he became a jobber.

Dallas could become a solid mid-carder if used properly, he just needs something resembling a plan to best use him. 

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