It was one of the few hissatsu techniques that were able to break through Jean Baker's 'Great Barrier Reef' technique. This move greatly resembles Fire Tornado but instead of spinning upside down the user spins in mid air vertically emanating tendrils of fire while kicking the ball to create a specific rotation pattern. It was created during the match between Inazuma Japan and Big Waves by Gouenji. The move was inspired by Tsunami Jousuke's 'The Typhoon', a move that also broke through 'Great Barrier Reef'. Gouenji was able to evolve it further into Shin (真) Bakunetsu Screw over time (he is not seen using Bakunetsu Screw Kai (改) in the anime, it is assumed that he evolved Bakunetsu Screw twice over the course of training). He also tried to scored a goal with it in the match against The Empire but failed due to Teres Tolue's Iron Wall.
Notably, this hissatsu was imitated by Tsurugi Kyousuke when he was little, since he was a big fan of Gouenji.
The user swings his arm to the side making tendrils of fire appear, spinning around the user. The user then jumps and spins until they reach a certain height before kicking the ball down towards the goal, with the ball covered by a powerful fire aura.