First, Cell charges at the opponent and kicks them up into the air. Then, he flies after the opponent and attacks them with a powerful punching and kicking barrage before slapping them away. Finally, Cell moves above the opponent and elbows them in their hack, breaking their spine and knocking them down into the ground and inflicting a high amount of damage, and also render the opponent unconscious, as in Vegeta's case.
Cell used part of this attack in his Perfect form during his battle with Vegeta in his 2nd Grade Super Saiyan form. Unaffected by Vegeta's energy wave barrage, Cell walked towards the surprised Vegeta and punched him onto the ground. As Vegeta struggled to get up, Cell attacked him with the Perfect Combination rush's starting kick and elbow strike, kicking the Saiyan prince up into the air and knocking him down to the ground, as well as breaking his spine, rendering him unconscious and reverting him to his normal state.
Appearances in games
It is named Cell Combo in Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors. Cell also performs the Perfect Combination in the Budokai series as part of his Ultimate Attack. Its appearance involves Cell hitting his opponent with the Perfect Combination, before gathering energy for his Spirit Bomb.
The attack was named Perfect Combination in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, where it appears as one of Super Perfect Cell's Blast 2 attacks. It is also one of his Super Attacks in the Raging Blast series. Cell also uses the attack in a cutscene in Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu.
The move is also integrated into Cell's moveset in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse as his grapple throw and as one of the combos he can perform.