Beefy: Yes, an expanded card may very well have a Finisher on Level 2 Offense, now THAT would be different!
Although, I do know those that don't like Official cards that have a "move--3" on Level 1 Offense, it's their opinion that this makes cards too powerful right out of the gate.
As for wrestlers that have a limited moveset, I'd mix up the descriptions. Example: For someone that throws a lot of punches, you could always fill in the moves with -- punch to face, rapid-fire punches, fist to foe's chest, wild haymaker, roundhouse rights, etc...
Good thing I didn't try to fill out a playing card for a THREE-dice roll! That's a roll of "3 to 18", whew! FIFTEEN moves on each of 3 levels would be near impossible for most guys if you didn't do repeat moves, especially these days!
I always thought it would have been cool to have the moves expanded to use a 1d10 or 2d6 for the moveset.
I too thought matches could take forever with the 2d6, but when you explained moves at #7 and the probability of throwing "7" with 2d6 I can see how it would keep them similar. The drawback would then be the "2" and "12" rolls...the results of throwing them would have to be something special...and that could complicate match play depending on the game mechanics.