Originally Posted by M2
Most finishing moves fit that criteria. Sometimes it's a specific position in the ring, sometimes it's the kick to the gut setup, other times it's the dazed rise to your feet.
That last one's getting overused these days. What makes it even worse is the entire arena starts calling for the move, so if the target had a working set of ears he should know that now is the time to roll out of the ring in order to avoid the finisher.
By far the worst offender of all was the finishing move that Buff Bagwell used, the "Blockbuster" which required not only the dazed rise to the feet, but also that the dazed rise NEAR the turnbuckle that Buff happened to be standing on.