Also known as a shoulder block takedown, this is an attack where an attacking wrestler charges towards a standing opponent, jumps and brings his body parallel to the ground, driving their shoulder into the opponent's midsection, tackling them and forcing them down to the mat. It will often see the wrestler also pull his opponent's legs, as in a double leg takedown. This move has been popularized by many famous wrestlers, such as Goldberg, Edge, Bobby Lashley, Roman Reigns and more.
Also known as a high-impact spear, in this variation, the wrestler charges towards a standing opponent and drives his shoulder into the opponent's midsection, tackling the opponent and forcing them down into the mat back-first. In this maneuver, however, the wrestler does not pull on the opponent's legs, as in a double leg takedown, and relies on the momentum of the strike to force the opponent down. Professional wrestler Rhyno uses this variation as his finisher, calling it the Gore.