Female WWE Referee Hits A Stone Cold Stunner On The Bloodline Member [Video]

Female WWE Referee Hits A Stone Cold Stunner On The Bloodline Member [Video]

A female WWE official hit Stone Cold's iconic Stunner on Sami Zayn at WWE Live Event in Greensboro.

At the recent WWE house show in Greensboro, The Usos and Sami Zayn took on Braun Strowman, Ricochet and Kevin Owens. The Six-Man Tag Team match ended with female WWE official Jessika Carr hitting a Stone Cold Stunner on Sami Zayn, seconds after which Kevin Owens hit another Stunner on Sami Zayn. 

This was enough for the pin and a big victory for the babyfaces. Check out the clip highlighting the epic moment:


Stone Cold's Stunner is quite possibly the most iconic finisher in WWE history

WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin popularized the Stunner way back in the late 90s, at the peak of the Attitude Era. Steve Austin picked up some of the biggest victories of his career using the legendary finisher. Steve Austin's victims included a who's who of pro-wrestling, most notably Vince McMahon, The Rock, Brock Lesnar and Shawn Michaels.

Steve Austin has previously spoken up about the Stunner's origins. It all began when Michael P.S. Hayes told Steve Austin that he wanted to show him something:

"As we walked he started explaining to me that he had maybe come up with a better finishing move for me than the one I was using at the time. I had been using the Million Dollar Dream, H.O.F’er Ted DiBiase’s old finish that I had been given when I first came into WWF, with Ted as my manager. It had been a great finisher for Ted, and it was working well for me too, but I needed something a little more explosive that fit my personality." [H/T Bleacher Report]

Kevin Owens has been using the Stunner for a long time now. Kevin Owens faced Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38 and ended up losing the match after eating a Stunner from Steve Austin. 

Sami Zayn wouldn't be happy at all over the female WWE official attacking him with a Stunner. Keep checking back as Sami Zayn is bound to react to the embarrassing moment via his Twitter handle.

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