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The move, which is also referred to as a front flip piledriver, begins in a position in which the opponent is bent forward against the wrestler's midsection, the wrestler grabs around his / her opponent's midsection latching onto the opponent's back, with his / her head to one side of the opponent's hips, keeping his / her legs around the opponent's head. From this position the wrestler pushes off the mat with his / her legs to flip the opponent over.

As both wrestlers flip the attacking wrestler uses his / her body weight to land in a seated position driving the opponent's head down to the mat between the wrestler's thighs. It is most famously used by Petey Williams as the Canadian Destroyer.

A double underhook variation exists in which the arms of a bent over opponent are placed in a butterfly prior to performing the flip.

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Argentine piledriverBack to belly piledriverCradle piledriverCross-arm piledriverDouble underhook piledriverFlip piledriverJumping piledriverKryptonite KrunchPackage PiledriverPumphandle reverse piledriverScoop side piledriverScoop side piledriverScoop slam piledriverSpike piledriverReverse piledriverTombstone piledriverTexas piledriverVertebreakerVertical suplex piledriverWheelbarrow driver