WATCH: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt fails to save himself from Dave Bautista’s iconic Batista Bomb
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Matt Arroyo tries to counter Batista Bomb as he fails in his attempt against Dave Bautista.
Dave Bautista delivering a Batista Bomb to Matt Arroyo (via Instagram)
Former World Champion Dave Bautista is one of the most popular superstars on the planet. His identity has always been unique in the wrestling industry. One of the most popular aspects of his career in pro wrestling was his finishing maneuver, the Batista Bomb. Recently, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Matt Arroyo tried to counter the Batista Bomb, only to fail in this attempt.
Matt Arroyo, on his Instagram, posted a reel showcasing the process of defending the Batista Bomb. The Animal picks up the black belt and lifts him up for his iconic move in the video. The moment Matt had to defend himself, he suffered a failure. Dave Bautista successfully delivered the Batista Bomb.
At the end of the video, Matt can be seen tired as he declares that there is no way to counter the Animal’s Batista Bomb. This particular move has been the unique identity of Batista in WWE. This move is a modified version of a regular shoulder powerbomb.
Batista has achieved remarkable feats with the help of this incredible signature. At WrestleMania 21, the Hollywood star won his first World Championship after delivering a fierce Batista Bomb to Triple H. Years have passed, but his move was still the same when he performed it in the video.
Will Dave Bautista return to WWE after John Cena and The Rock?
Dave Bautista is one of the most popular superstars in WWE. His persona has always been special in the hearts of his fans. However, amid the writer’s strike in Hollywood, speculation of the return of the Animal in WWE has been surfacing on the internet. After the comeback of John Cena and The Rock, these rumors have now been more solidified than ever.
Batista returned to WWE in 2019, where he retired after his match against Triple H at WrestleMania 35. However, he recently hinted at a potential comeback during an interview with ET Canada. Batista said that although he has retired from pro wrestling, he can return to the promotion.
During the interview, Batista went on to say, “Right now, my schedule is open, and if someone calls me and has something in mind, a segment, a moment, sure, we could do something.” Following John Cena and The Rock’s return to WWE, Dave Bautista could be in line for a return.
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