Whatever it is - to me, it's one of the most badass looking takedowns in wrestling. Short arm mat returns don't seem to have that degree of amplitude, and they also lack that "dump" element. Best I can tell, he's popping his hips in from a neutrally placed grip, getting as much elevation as he can - then stepping out to the side and dump his opponent where he was standing initially. There doesn't seem to be a back-arch element, so I don't think it could be graded as a typical suplex, but there's also no short arm grip switch, so not a typical mat return either. Kind of like, pop-and-dump....? Anyone familiar with this specific technique?