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Also known by the term belly-to-belly piledriver, a wrestler first stands facing an opponent before then grab the opponent's waist and turns them upside-down, holding them against their torso. The wrestler then jumps up and drops down to a seated position, driving the opponent's head down to the mat between the wrestler's thighs.

The wrestler may also place the opponent on over his shoulder and fall to a seated position, driving the opponent's head to the mat between his legs. This move is often known by the name Fire Thunder, or Fire Thunder Driver as named by Mr. Gannosuke.

Mike Quackenbush innovated a cross-legged variation, named the Quackendriver II, which sees him after positioning his opponent in the belly to belly position lift one of his arms up and cross the opponents legs over each other and bend them downwards. While holding the opponents legs in this position he falls to a sitting position.

Another variation used by AJPW wrestler TARU sees the opponent lifted into a reverse piledriver how ever before he drops down he spins 360 degrees and then drops the opponents head int the mat.

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Argentine piledriverBack to belly piledriverCradle piledriverCross-arm piledriverDouble underhook piledriverJumping piledriverKryptonite KrunchPackage PiledriverPumphandle reverse piledriverScoop side piledriverScoop side piledriverScoop slam piledriverSpike piledriverReverse piledriverTombstone piledriverTexas piledriverVertebreakerVertical suplex piledriverWheelbarrow driver
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