First, Broly kicks the opponent up into the air, where he grabs their head and throws them down to the ground. Then, he smashes the opponent's head into the ground and stomps on their back deeper into the ground, inflicting a high amount of damage.
Broly uses this attack in Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan, where he used the body jump portion on Goku during their final battle after hitting him with a clothesline maneuver, injuring him enough to force him to spit up blood and scream in extreme agony, also causing noticeable cracks in the ground before leaving him to collapse into the newly-created crevasse.
He later used it in full during his battle against Goten and Trunks in Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming while in his Super Saiyan form. When Goten and Trunks try to run away after he appears in front of them, Broly catches them and attacks them with the Bloody Smash rush's head smash and body jump. However, Goten and Trunks manage to dodge Broly's body jump and attempt to attack, only for Broly to catch them and throw them into the ground. Broly later uses the Bloody Smash rush's kick during his battle against Gohan, kicking him up into the air.
Video Game Appearances
- In televised airings of Broly - Second Coming, the head smash portions of the attack where he slams Goten and Trunks onto concrete were cut due to excessive violence.