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WWE WrestleMania 39: Fans react to unbelievable Chad Gable move

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WWE Superstar Chad Gable hit arguably the biggest move of his career during WWE WrestleMania 39 on Braun Strowman.

The former Olympic-level wrestler managed to hit a rolling German Suplex on the Monster Among Monsters and the crowd reacted huge.

Fans online were also reacting, and here are some of the highlights on Twitter:

  • HOLY SH*T THIS MATCH IS ACTUALLY INSANE
  • It’s borderline criminal how WWE haven’t strapped a rocket to Gable’a back, brilliant at everything except being tall.
  • One of the coolest moves I’ve seen in 30 years as a fan! #Wrestlemania
  • Chad Gable about to go on a huge singles run – match absolutely pumped me up after that first one though, great showing from all eight men

Check out the MASSIVE move below!

Chad Gable WWE WrestleMania 39

Here are all of the matches set to take place tonight, and you can watch all of the action back now on demand through two streaming services!

  • United States Championship Match: Austin Theory (c) vs. John Cena
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Rhea Ripley
  • Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships Match: The Usos (c) vs. Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens
  • Becky Lynch, Lita & Trish Stratus vs. Damage CTRL (Bayley, Dakota Kai & Iyo Sky)
  • Seth Rollins vs. Logan Paul
  • Rey Mysterio vs. Dominik Mysterio
  • Braun Strowman & Ricochet vs. Street Profits vs. Alpha Academy vs. Viking Raiders

Fans in the United Kingdom can see all of the action via WWE Network, which currently works out at £9.99 per month for subscribers.

Pro wrestling fans in the United States can watch all of the action back on demand via Peacock.

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