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Christopher Adams (February 10, 1955 – October 7, 2001), best known as "Gentleman" Chris Adams, was an English professional wrestler, wrestling promoter, trainer, part-time model and judoka. By age 21, he was a three-time British National Judo Champion in his age and weight class. Adams wrestled primarily in Texas, in particular World Class Championship Wrestling, where he was one of the promotion's most popular wrestlers. Adams is known for training Scott Hall in 1984 and Steve Austin in 1989. He is also famous as the first wrestler to popularize the famous superkick finishing move, which would later be used by dozens of other wrestlers (especially Shawn Michaels' 'Sweet Chin Music').