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Five insane moves that should be in the PS4 and XBox One versions of 'WWE 2K15'

Professional wrestling is filled with wild and crazy maneuvers, but countless are dangerous, so much so that they are rarely used. On the other side of that, they are moves that get a rise from the crowd, but are scoffed at by purists because they are used for the sole purpose of fun. Here are five moves that would be a blast to see in "WWE 2K15," for pure entertainment sake or because they are flat out deadly.

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Five insane moves that 'should' be in 'WWE 2K14'
Five insane moves that 'should' be in 'WWE 2K14'
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Screwdriver: Scott Steiner's old finisher is a Front Vertical Suplex into a seated Piledriver that's rarely used in the United States. It's scary to watch, but damn is it effective. Last seen in AKI's WWE and WCW games, it would be awesome to see in a new game.

Ganzo Bomb: There's a video of Rick Rude using this on Ultimate Warrior on YouTube, but this is another move that is rarely seen in the U.S. A front-Piledriver/Powerbomb variation, it's deadly on a multiple of levels. With no way for the victim to protect himself, it's only used by death dealers on the indie scene or seasoned vets.

630: If you like aerial moves, this is an wacky one. The 450 on steroids, not many guys can do it.

Top Rope Steenalizer: Kevin Steen's Package Piledriver is crazy by itself, but from the top rope, it's one of the deadliest maneuvers ever. It's never been done in a WWE ring and for good reason.

Magic Chokeslam: There's a video of this on YouTube and it's hilarious. Could you imagine a created character or someone like Rey Mysterio doing this to Big Show?

“WWE 2K15” is set for a October 28 release in North America and will ship on Oct. 31 internationally.