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#FinisherFriday (12/4/15): What Is The Best Suplex Ever?


There are few moves that have been as fundamental to pro wrestling as the suplex (or the "soup-lay," as the great Gordon Solie used to pronounce it).

Through the years, we've seen many tremendous variations, from Eddie Guerrero's Three Amigos to Mr. Perfect's flawless Perfect-Plex to Brock Lesnar's Suplex City barrage to the British Bulldog's famed hanging vertical suplex.



You may even remember more exotic variants, like Tiger Mask's legendary Tiger Suplex, William Regal's brutal Regal-Plex, or Chris Benoit's mind-(and neck)-bending Dragon Suplex.



But what we want to know today is the answer to one simple question: Which suplex deserves to be called the best of all time?


Leave us your votes in the comments section for your top five best suplexes of all time, and we'll round up the results in a future column. As always, order doesn't matter, so just list away, Internet!

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