Like everything else in life, professional wrestling goes through seasons.
As the seasons pass, different styles of wrestling grow and bloom while others shrink and fade away, at least for the time being. The moves that are fashionable today, even those that we complain are used in every other match (looking at you Tope Suicida, Canadian Destroyers, and finisher kickouts) may well be novelties that are barely seen next season, having fallen out of fashion with the wrestlers who grew up watching them.
But if wrestling is performance art, then every move not being performed on the canvas is part of a story not being told. Sometimes the heel needs to show off how villainous they truly are. Other times, the stronger man will need to show off his dominance, or the more agile show off how easily he can escape what is thrown at him, and on occasion, a move just looks so believable that it helps suspend disbelief and immerse a viewer into the battle before them.
These are the out of fashion wrestling moves that need to be picked up by today's stars and returned to the spotlight...