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What move do you think would be harder to pull off: The 619 or Sweet Chin Music?
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Old 14 Jun 2010, 11:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What move do you think would be harder to pull off: The 619 or Sweet Chin Music?

Keep in mind that Sweet chin Music needs a lot of flexibility or it won't work right.
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Old 14 Jun 2010, 11:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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619 for sure
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I think 619.Simply because that you need to be balanced on the ropes right or you would get twisted in the ropes.Also,you could probably do a superkick anywhere.The 619 is only possible in the wrestling ring.
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I think Sweet chin music because you have to aim and time it just right or you may miss, the 619 is basically just a kick to the head.
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I can do sweet chin music easily.































because i have very flexible legs and i did it to a guy in a fight but i just tapped him and he got angry, but then i actually just wnt BAM and his teeth got knocked out
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619.I can do Sweet Chin Music easyly
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Old 14 Jun 2010, 11:47 AM   #8 (permalink)
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The 619 is not really that hard to do. Anyone with basic wrestling training can do that move. There are also alot of people that can do the SCM but it would not be safe. With the SCM if you are not accurate you will really hurt the person. If you are just a little bit off, you will knock out some teeth, break their nose and maybe give the person a concussion. That or miss so far that it looks really bad. There is little room for error with the SCM. But again anyone with basic wrestling training could easily do the 619.
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For me it'd be Sweet Chin Music. I'm a small guy so I guess the 619 would be much easier
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Ah a last a real question. I think the 619. Because you have yo make sure that your legs go through the space between the ring ropes.
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619, definitely. I get your point, Sweet chin music, or Super Kick, as i prefer, does require a lot of flexibility in the legs and thighs. But it is also true that 619 requires a lot more flexibility, stamina and athleticism.































Im sure that most of the WWE and TNA stars can perform a super kick, but a 619 is a damn serious move, and requires a lot of practice.
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THE 619.
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The 619 because anyone can kick someone
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