1 – A gentle voice
This is the one you often hear about. Or not.
When calling matches (i.e. telling his opponent what to do next), wrestlers often use move names or a keyword that entails a combination of moves. The keywords sometimes originate from the sequence being associated with particular wrestlers, such as John Cena and his Five Moves of Doom (2 flying shoulder tackles, side slam, Five Knuckle Shuffle, & Attitude Adjustment).
Move-calling is usually done while applying headlocks, chinlocks, or other rest holds so that the mouth area of at least one wrestler could be covered. This allows the covered wrestler to direct the flow of the match without being too overt.