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Inverted leg drop bulldog

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An inverted version of this sees the attacking wrestler drop the opponent on the back of their head. This can be achieved by first holding an opponent in an inverted facelock or by simply grabbing the opponent and forcibly leaning them back before lifting their far leg, rotating so the leg is over the opponent's head, and dropping to a sitting position. Another variation is used by Matt Sydal that sees him use his near leg, thus falling with a split-leg position rather than a seated one; Melina uses a minor variation as her finisher, in which she maintains the splits for a pinfall. Also, TNA Knockout Rhaka Khan has used this move in a different way as her finisher.

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