Wrestling maneuver made popular by Kevin Sullivan that involves a wrestler suspending an opponent upside down on a turnbuckle with the opponents back being up against it. To do this the opponents legs are then are then hooked under the top ropes leaving the opponent facing the attacking wrestler upside down. The attacking wrestler will then run at the opponent with a knee or baseball slide. Tree of woe is also a reference to the 1982 movie conan the barbarian.
by Kongo Kong June 30, 2018
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