The belly-to-back piledriver has several variants. The Beach Break is all spike and release. The Air Raid Crash has that back draping action. The Jig 'n Tonic, however, looks the most brutal of them all by defying expectation. Normally, if a move has a bridge for a pin, it tends to look less stiff, at least in my view. By holding for the pin, the impact on the neck looks stiffer than if it would have been spiked. Jigsaw is shown here doing his signature to Austin Aries during the Rey de Voladores tournament in 2009.