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Old 01-24-2013, 08:04 PM   #26 (permalink)
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of course especially for most people on here at a similar age Goldberg defeating Hogan for the championship with the crowd reaction and the debris being thrown in the ring is up there on everyone's list.

The rest I have clips:
Chicago's reaction for Money in the Bank at the start of CM Punk's entrance through John Cena's booing (and really most of the match)
Money In The Bank 2011 John Cena Vs Cm Punk Part 1/4 [HD] - YouTube

Miz cashes in MIB on RAW:
The Miz cashes in Money in the Bank - YouTube

ECW invasion on WWE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2hKTuU5hMA

and the best match that I have ever seen, HBK vs. Shawn Benjamin (my favorite wrestler of all-time) with the best Sweet Chin Music around
Ending part of it
HBK vs Shelton Benjamin - YouTube

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Old 01-24-2013, 08:27 PM   #27 (permalink)
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In more recent years, I loved it when Booker T debuted in the WWE and The Rock just said "Who in the blue hell are you?"
The Spinaroonie was pretty cool
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:28 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Here are mine.

The original "Rock" Concert...
WWE The Rock Concert in Sacramento Raw 03/24/2003 - YouTube

Yokozuna beats Bret Hart. Challenges Hulk Hogan. Promptly loses title.
http://youtu.be/Qk1nLeZoN4c

The formation of thee greatest faction in wrestling history. The formation of the NWO...
http://youtu.be/bfQ3IH-TWVI

One of the best storyline's ever. Sting returns and terrifies the NWO throughout 1997 leading up to his eventual title win at Starrcade.
http://youtu.be/B3mW0pRIY9g

Hulk wins his last title...
http://youtu.be/JB-T3zqYRQg
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:48 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Macho Man proposing to Elizabeth.
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:54 AM   #30 (permalink)
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for me it was Andre challenging hogan on piper's pit. As a kid I couldnt believe it.

also roddy pipers retirement in 87 and they played this montage to sinatra's "My Way". I have loved that song and Sinatra's music ever since and also made Piper one of my all-time favourites.

Saturday Night's Main Event #10 03/14/87 - YouTube goto 1hr2 secs for the start of the montage

for me wrestling was early 80's to late nineties, basically hulkamania to the end of nWo.
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Prolly being at raw when nexus at the time busted right by me and my brother and stormed on and man raped cena. Won't forget.
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Mr. Wonderful turning on Hogan and joining the Heenan family.
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Old 01-25-2013, 01:52 AM   #33 (permalink)
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3 of my favorite things of Booker T

His supermarket fight with Austin

His segments with Goldust

And from wcw he had a 49ers match(I think thats what it was called) against Jeff Jarrett, and he opens up one of the boxes and pulls out an auto'd picture of Scott Hall. Booker T makes a classic face when he pulls out the picture, cracks me up every time I see it..
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:15 AM   #34 (permalink)
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1987

Detroit, MI

Cage Match.

Ron Garvin Somersault off the top rope

Pins Ric Flair

Wins NWA Title.

Place goes Beserk.

Will NEVER forget it.

Though he had a few years left in him, this was a nice gesture to let him win the title towards the end of his career, even if he was to just lose it a couple weeks later back to Flair.

Start watching at about 1:30

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5Vx...=results_video
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I forgot about Savage and Steamboat, glad that one was brought up! That is a good one!
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Foley falling off the top of the Hell in a Cell, bar none.
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ECW
Foley taking two nasty bumps against Taker in HitC
Hogan turning heel
Nash/Hall "invading" WCW
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wcw toward the end .. sid coming off the top rope and breaking his leg - OUCH
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wcw toward the end .. sid coming off the top rope and breaking his leg - OUCH
I was thinking of that too! His ankle bone popped right through his boot, one of the nastiest injuries I've seen.
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wcw toward the end .. sid coming off the top rope and breaking his leg - OUCH

I remember when the camera man was so close to Kevin Nash as he tore his leg up and you could hear him screaming. Smartly all of the wrestlers got in the ring to fight one another to create a good diversion to take the attention off of Nash and Bubba Dudley actually got thrown out of the ring so he could check on Nash and pretend to attack him

Kevin Nash gets injured Raw 7/8/02 - YouTube
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:21 PM   #42 (permalink)
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1996 King of the Ring

I was 7 years old and it was my first PPV ever. I had to have been in the last row of the arena in Milwaukee. The lineup was actually really decent.

Mankind vs Undertaker was a great matchup. Michaels vs Bulldog was a good match and to top it off Mr. Perfect was the "special enforcer". Always a big Mr. Perfect fan.

But the best thing about the show....

The beginning of Austin 3:16.
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Not good with years but here are a few that come to mind:

- Randy Savage hitting Ricky Steamboat in the throat with the bell

- Owen Hart falling from the rafters

- The first time I saw ECW. Came home late one night and saw Sabu(?) put a chair in the ring, run across the ring, jump on the chair and then jump onto the top rope. He seemed to stop and balance on the top rope for a few minutes and then launced himself onto whoever he was wrestling against.

- mid to late 80's (I think) they would sometimes not have Saturday Night Live and have Saturday Night Wrestling. A lot of main events and it was free!
That would be it for me. I was watching the PPV that night.
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I loved 80's and early 90's wrestling. I miss the tag team aspect of wrestling that is lacking today. And you just don't have the Cliques anymore like you used to. Some of my favorites:

Tag Teams (Midnight Express, Rockers, Rock and Roll Express, Road Warriors, Minnesota Wrecking Crew, Freebirds, Wydhams, Bush Whackers and sooooooo many more)
Ric Flair of old and The Four Horsemen (it was sad to see him on Raw a few weeks ago I think he is genuinely losing it )
Great Managers (Bobby Heenan, Jim Cornett, Miss Elizabeth, Teddy Long, and sooooo many more)

Just all around better wrestling then too. How about Flair and Steamboat in a cage (any of them were great matches), the Rude/Jake the Snake Feud, Terry Funk and Cactus Jack, The Von Erichs (loved Texas wrestling in the afternoons when i got home from school).

NWO, DX (original), Four Horsemen, The Corporation.

And this generation is missing its real Icons. There are no Hogans, Flairs, Micheals, HHH, Austins, or Rocks in this group and its sad. Undertaker needs to hang em up, love him but the old dude just don't need to keep hanging around with this generation of blah.
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going to the can
durning the d-lo brown droz match @ nassau coliseum
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:14 PM   #49 (permalink)
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I've got a few of these:

Best Matches
Anything early Rey Mysterio
Savage v Steamboat
I think it was Rock v Mankind during SB halftime where he hit him like 98 times... First time I remember thinking that Foley just might die.... maybe that was a PPV after

Personal Experiences
Seeing Bulldog Bob Brown and Slick at some house show in a HS gym in Garden City, KS with my pops - ended with a cage match between two dudes that I have no idea who they were - Faces won

Last WM in Chicago - one of the most fun experiences for my childhood side
Smackdown after 1000 Raw that my GF got me on my birthday - yelling save us Doph - I don't want to see any more Sheemus the whole match or Come 'on ref that was a 3 count and my GF getting in on it not knowing why she was cheering for Dolph....

Seeing a dood named Goldberg beat McMichael at a a house show in KC and not knowing who he was

Smackdown in Chicago when Jericho one IC

TNA here in Dodge City, KS last year - pretty amazing these guys travel out this far for a house of 1000 maybe...

Seeing Paul Wright in person - fugger his huge

Wish I would have seen
Punk in Chicago
ROH show

Glad I didn't see
Owen fall in Kemper - buddy was there - I don't know how I would have reacted - especially at that young dumb age full of liquid courage. Still amazed that show went on and Brett ever came back to WWE.

Damn I've seen a lot of wrestling the more I think about it - thanks for this prompting post!
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:45 PM   #50 (permalink)
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My wrestling moments I will never forget:

1987 - Ricky Steamboat vs. Macho Man Randy Savage (Wrestlemania III)


1987 - Hulk Hogan vs. André the Giant (Wrestlemania III)


1992 - Bret Hart vs. The British Bulldog (Summerslam in London)


1992 - Macho Man Randy Savage vs. The Ultimate Warrior (Summerslam in London)


1993 - The Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzalez (Wrestlemania IX)


1997 - Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michael (The Montreal Screwjob)


1999 - Owen Hart falls to his death (Kansas City)


IMO wrestling has changed a lot since then. In the late 80's and early 90's ANY title change was shocking and newsworthy, even if you expected it. But during this time mid-card wrestlers just didn't win titles. Today the Dolph Ziggler's, Rey Mysterio's, CM Punk's are all given world title runs to pop the crowd but back then only a select few were groomed for a WWF title. It just isn't the same anymore.
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