In his Super Saiyan 2 form, Goku charges at the opponent and side kicks them up into the air. Then, he flies up and roundhouse punches the opponent away before flying and reappearing behind them to elbow them in the stomach as they turn around. Finally, Goku attacks the opponent with a punching and kicking barrage and kicks them up into the air before kneeing them in their back and Double Axe Handle punching them down to the ground, inflicting a high amount of damage.
Super Saiyan 2 Goku uses parts of this attack on Majin Vegeta (without the side-kick and roundhouse punch into the air): Goku punches and kicks Vegeta, and then gives him a kick to the face which sends Majin Vegeta flying into a large desert rock. Goku is disappointed that the move does not affect Majin Vegeta much, and their battle wages on.
In his Super Saiyan 4 form, Goku charges at the opponent and attacks the opponent with a small punching barrage, knocking them up into the air. Then, he flies up in the air and punches the opponent in the stomach before attacking them with a punching and kicking barrage. Finally, Goku chops the opponent away and teleports beside them to elbow them down to the ground. Super Saiyan 4 Goku uses this attack when he dominates Super Baby Vegeta 2 thanks to his new Super Saiyan 4 power.
Appearances in games
Meteor Crash was named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, where it is one of Goku's Blast 2 attacks in his Super Saiyan 2 and Super Saiyan 4 forms. However, in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2, the same rush was named "Meteor Smash" and was also used by Goku in his Super Saiyan form. This continued in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, as when it is used by Goku (End) in his base form, it is named "Meteor Smash." This attack is one of the Meteor Attacks.
On a side note, in the Budokai series, Frieza has a physical attack under the same name. Frieza kicks his opponent then knocks him into the sky, and attacks with a rush of punches and kicks, then hammers the opponent to the ground.
The attack was called Dragon Rush in Battle of Z.
In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, it appears as a common Strike Super Skill used by Goku and several other fighters. It also one of the Future Warrior's default Super Skills.