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Forget the Tombstone Piledriver - that stuff is for amateurs. There's a new move in town that's so ridiculous and impressive we've forgotten who The Undertaker even is. Watch this and you'll see why:
The mindblowing move was caught on camera during the Empire State Wrestling Interstate title match in New York, with Ace Romero smashing into Anthony Gaines with such force that he was sent flying 14 feet out of the ring and into the crowd.
That's pretty insane, isn't it? Especially when you think he must have landed pretty much right on the camera.
Now, of course, there are a lot of people who won't think that it's real, people who claim that wrestling is fake and all that jazz. But that's not true. The athleticism involved is very, very real - we'd love to see any doubters get in a ring and try to perform that move without seriously injuring themselves.
Thankfully, Anthony survived - tweeting about the formidable move enacted by his formidable opponent. He wrote: "Last night @TheAceyBaby pounced me into absolute oblivion. 14ft deep up the isle way. I demanded stiff competition and @ESWWrestling made me eat my words."
Understandably, people in the crowd were absolutely stunned by what they saw, as they should be. We can't even imagine what it must have been like to see that in the flesh - especially if you happened to be anywhere near the direction that Ace sent Anthony flying. If we were the cameraman, we probably would have run out of the way like hell, to be perfectly honest.
This Twitter user summed it up pretty well...
While this one accurately describes exactly how we felt the first - and the tenth - time we watched it:
And there was this valid question, which it's safe to assume everyone asked when it all went down:
Damn indeed. That wasn't even the end of the match. If you want to watch the entire thing - and find out who won - you can do so here.