Wrestling firsts are easy to document, and therefore are done so prolifically (our archive must contain several dozen articles on the topic). The first Stone Cold Stunner? The non-stop trivia machine that is internet wrestling fandom knows it was poor Jason Arhndt - latterly Joey Abs - who damn near broke his neck when Austin debuted the move. Who took The Undertaker's first Tombstone? That honour rests with Koko B. Ware, who absorbed a botched variant of the latterly iconic finisher at Survivor Series '90.
Firsts are a piece of cake, then. But lasts? They're much harder to pin down, such is the eternal nature of a wrestler's career. Wrestlers are notorious for their inability to stay away once they're best years have deserted them, and even the most august of retirement ceremonies - we're looking at you, Edge, Shawn Michaels - can latterly be undermined by the prospect of further fame and further financial reward.
So trying to pinpoint who the last men to take iconic wrestling moves is a bit tricky, but hey ho, there's not a lot you can do these days so we've tried it anyways. We're only counting televised or otherwise documented occurrences here, in the knowledge there's every chance Ric Flair slapped a hospital orderly in the figure four at some point in 2017.