WWE.com: The 50 Coolest Maneuvers Of All Time

#40. Christian’s Killswitch
It takes a Superstar of superior determination to pull off a move as daring as the Killswitch. And, as his Peeps know, Christian and his “one more match” mentality are perfect not just for being able to deliver this devastating attack, but make it look cool in the process. When Captain Charisma is efficient, the fluidity of the Killswitch holds a beauty that few other match-ending maneuvers can equal. If he milks it, the move doubles as a cerebral attack, giving opponents time to realize what’s about to happen.

The maneuver’s origins can be found in the Tomikaze, a unique attack favored by tag team specialist Tommy Rogers. Still, while Superstars like Billy Kidman and Nunzio have also used it, the Killswitch truly belongs to Christian.






WWE Community: Christian Grants Matthew’s Wish

DETROIT – WWE helped make dreams come true for Matthew Sunday night when the teen met his favorite Superstar, Christian, before watching Night of Champions live!

“I met Matthew today. He’s an 18-year-old, big WWE fan from Flint, Mich. He made it down here to Detroit to catch his first-ever show live,” Christian told WWE.com.

“His dad tells me he’s an avid fan. He and his brothers watch every single week – they never miss a show. But this is the first time they’ve gotten to experience WWE live, so they were pretty excited about it.”

In-ring veteran spent time with the teen from Rainbow Connection before the live pay-per-view at Joe Louis Arena.

“I kind of filled them in that it’s nothing like what they see on TV – it’s a whole different feeling when you’re here and you see everything up close and personal,” Christian explained. “The atmosphere is unreal. They couldn’t have picked a better show to come and check out.”

Captain Charisma had no problem keeping the conversation with the teen since he is such a huge WWE fan.

“It was great to get a chance to sit down, one-on-one and have a conversation and say to Matthew: ‘Any questions? Just ask me whatever you want.’ He started to ask me different questions about different things about different Superstars and stuff like that. It was really cool.”

Christian was thrilled but humbled that he was able to help make Matthew’s wish come true.

“It’s very important and it’s a great honor to be able to do things like that and make a small difference in somebody’s life. To see the smiles on their faces is what it’s all about.”






WWE.com: Christian Suffers Concussion, Headed To Performance Center For Further Evaluation

WWE Superstar Christian suffered a concussion during a match with WWE Champion Randy Orton on the Aug. 26 edition of Raw, according to WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann.

“We’ve pulled him out of all activity,” said Amann. “His ImPACT scores are normal, but he’s still having some symptoms of fogginess and cloudiness.”

He continued, “We are waiting for symptoms to get better until we perform an in-ring exertional challenge later this week at the Performance Center in Orlando. At that point, if he’s able to get in the ring and exert himself, and work without symptoms, we’ll go ahead and clear him [to compete].”

Stay with WWE.com for more on the condition of the former World Heavyweight Champion.


I know I can speak for all of you out there, in saying that we wish Christian a safe and speedy recovery








WWE.com: 7 Dream Teams To Face The Shield

The Brood: Gangrel, Christian and Edge

You want to talk about intimidation? Testing the boundaries of sanity in the face of darkness? We’d like Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns take on the mystifying faction of Edge, Christian and Gangrel?

No strangers to the art of spectacle — with actions that included using strangely grotesque tactics to freak out their opponents and even helping the legendary Undertaker to hoist up the Big Boss Man from Hell in a Cell — this trifecta of fear may serve as the perfect Superstars to make The Shield rethink their own reign of terror.