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That was awesome! (clap clap clapclapclap): Elix Skipper's incredible cage walk

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At Turning Point 2004, a brutal tag team war was to be decided inside the cold, unforgiving steel cage. Wrapped around all six sides of TNA's ring, the chain link fence was meant to not only keep the combatants in or keep any interlopers out but also to hurt, to damage, to maim and destroy.

America's Most Wanted -- Chris Harris and James Storm -- were taking on Triple X -- Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper -- to settle their blood feud once and for all. The winning team would walk away with their pride. The losing team would have to disband.

If you've been a professional wrestling fan long enough, you've seen all manner of moves from the top of the cage: splashes and suplexes are the norm. 

But that night Elix Skipper busted out something that dropped jaws all across the country. 

See for yourself.

I still can't believe that Skipper -- who was botchy than all get out -- managed to pull this off. My friends and I had a joke that "Prime Time" used all of his 'spot points' on this move alone and didn't have any for the rest of his career.

So what say you, Cagesiders? How awesome was that?

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