I've been noticing the wrestling industry has been using finishers properly. I can't count how many times I've watched matches where multiple finishers are being kicked out of. Wrestling matches don't need to have that to have exciting matches. Another thing is what happened to finishers having some proficiency. I remember a time when the undertaker would hit the tombstone piledriver, matches would usually be over and when someone did kick out of the tombstone piledriver it was a big deal. Nowadays it's like a finisher isn't even a finisher. I understand if wrestling companies were using false finishes on a special occasion, but they're using it on regular events. It made sense when it was used in the undertaker/shawn Michaels matches at mania, but not on the regular. They're called finishers for a reason. Wrestlers kicking out of finishers means that the finishers aren't actually finishers which takes the reason a finisher is called a finisher.
Also, when did wrestlers stop using signature move as the setup to finishers? Undertaker would hit the chokeslam and then call for the tombstone piledriver. Shawn Michaels would hit the elbow drop from the top ropes and then position himself in the corner for the sweet chin music. Batista would hit the spinebuster and then signal for the batista. Whatever happened to wrestlers doing this. Sometimes it's okay for certain things to be predictable. This is one of those things.
Lastly I'm noticing that one hitter quitters are becoming more common in the wrestling industry. Whether it's in the form of a kick, uppercut, punch, elbow, or clothesline. I personally would like to see more wrestlers using actual wrestling moves that look like they hurt. Some of these one hitter quitters are hit or miss because of the move itself or the wrestler doing the move. Seth rollins for example did the right thing with switching to the pedigree.
I understand that wrestling companies have to make matches exciting and unpredictable, but in my opinion it shouldn't be by false finishes. As a wrestling fan I'd rather see wrestlers use more high impact moves or spots outside the ring than use false finishes. The wrestling industry as a whole needs to do a better job at protecting the value of finishers.
How do you view finishers nowadays? Are wrestling companies moving towards the right direction in regards of the use of finishers?