Most of us know that the WWE are limiting the movesets of their wrestlers, removing moves that are more dangerous to perform than others. A prime example is the piledriver, currently the only guys allowed to do a piledriver is the Undertaker and Kane, because WWE knows that they can do it safely and the tombstone variant is a very safe version. But is limiting their wrestlers moves bad for the business? WWE is limiting the movesets so that they can prolong their wrestlers careers by making the risk of serious injuries smaller. Understandable from a business standpoint. But does it really hinder the ring work like some say? Are moves like the piledriver and other dangerous wrestling moves needed? We've seen multiple times how great matches can come out of the safe WWE style from guys like Bryan, Punk and Jericho, so are they really shooting themselves in the foot by limiting their wrestlers like some on the internet claim? Because shouldn't talented wrestlers be able to work just as well even with a more limited moveset? Is limiting wrestler's moves bad for business and why? Is there one banned move that you think doesn't need to be banned?