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FaceOfSpades
10-29-2010, 09:00 AM
remember they days you thought papa shongo did black magic? or undertaker lived in a mortuary? maybe you thought the ultimate warrior wasnt insane? irwin r. shyster was really a taxman and ted dibiase was the richest man in the federation? were you one of the kids in the crowd crying during takers entrance? share your fondest memories.

one that sticks out was when papa shongo set the ref's shoes on fire. i "marked out" like crazy.

NightWolf
10-29-2010, 09:04 AM
You may have to turn up the volumn on your speaks.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8p4PpRBNqE

Splattered-Dreams
10-29-2010, 09:08 AM
Damn, that sent shivers through my spine! what a great memory

NightWolf
10-29-2010, 09:22 AM
Damn, that sent shivers through my spine! what a great memory

Jericho completely described the entire WWE as of right now. xD

Splattered-Dreams
10-29-2010, 09:29 AM
Definiely! The part about ratings ad buyrates is more relevant today than it has been for years

Bodom
10-29-2010, 10:29 AM
Jericho completely described the entire WWE as of right now. xD

jericho could cut the same promo word for word right now, and it would still be relevant.

goes to show how fucking amazing jericho is

Necroyeti
10-29-2010, 10:41 AM
http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/pictures/02/takervsbossman1.jpg
Hell, most of Bossman's angles from 1999 were pure nightmare fuel.

Splattered-Dreams
10-29-2010, 10:55 AM
http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/pictures/02/takervsbossman1.jpg
Hell, most of Bossman's angles from 1999 were pure nightmare fuel.

Faaaack, totally forgot about that match! D'ya reckon Linda should use it in her campaign? Say no to suicide, kids! Let Taker do it for you!

NWOMyGawd
10-29-2010, 11:27 AM
The last time that I truly marked was the standoff between The Rock and Hogan before Wrestlemania. Havent heard a crowd that split in many many years.

SilverGhost
10-29-2010, 11:33 AM
http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/pictures/02/takervsbossman1.jpg
Hell, most of Bossman's angles from 1999 were pure nightmare fuel.

DAMN! Wake up call for the WWE xD

jcagosto
10-29-2010, 11:39 AM
This clip is pure awesomeness

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kenAnJv0bgo

SilverGhost
10-29-2010, 12:05 PM
This clip is pure awesomeness

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kenAnJv0bgo

He just took scary and intimidation to Undertaker's level! Maybe even more!

Bodom
10-29-2010, 12:16 PM
This clip is pure awesomeness

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kenAnJv0bgo
Ultimate Warrior has two weaknesses. Voodoo and Heenan leg holds

TheDevilsAdvocate
10-29-2010, 12:23 PM
My favorite memory was when Chris Benoit an Eddie Guerrero won their brands respective titles on the same night an celebrated together with confetti falling down from the ceiling. It was hard to forget, because I remember everything they had done to get to that point. RIP Chris an Eddie!

SilverGhost
10-29-2010, 12:28 PM
My favorite memory was when Chris Benoit an Eddie Guerrero won their brands respective titles on the same night an celebrated together with confetti falling down from the ceiling. It was hard to forget, because I remember everything they had done to get to that point. RIP Chris an Eddie!

That moment was epic. Best friends and world champs!

IPEEINTHESHOWER
10-29-2010, 01:01 PM
Please allow me to give my infinite wisdom on this matter. I will never forget this night April 1, 1990. I remember I begged my parents to order the PPV and when they couldn't take my complaining anymore they called the cable company but it was too late. (Back in the day you needed to go to your cable provider to get a box to set up to get ppv) I sat in front of the tv and I could hear everything but the picture was a mess with white and black fuzzy lines but at very special moments you could see what was happening just enough to follow it. (just imagine porn channels all scrambled so you couldn't watch them, so you have a clue to what I was dealing with) The two biggest stars in the WWF (as it was called at the time) clashed in front of over 67,000 fans at Wrestlemania 6 in Toronto, Canada. You guessed it right, it was Hulk Hogan vs the Ultimate Warrior. Heading into the match, both were matched equally in size, strength, and fan base. Unlike Hogan's previous matches, this one wasn't a sure win. WWF had never pinned two babyfaces together in a Wrestlemania main event. Plus, neither Hogan or the Warrior had been pinned cleanly before the match in the WWF. When the Ultimate Warrior got out of the way of the Famous Hogan leg drop he got a 3-count pin on Hogan, the world was shocked, I was shocked. Hulk Hogan, the biggest name in wrestling lost cleanly. I cried, it was one of those moments that I will never forget. Looking back on it today, I'm glad I cried, it means I was emotional invested and it taught me early in life that sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. Even though my hero lost, that night I became a pro rasslin fan for life and knew deep down no matter how much my friends made fun of me for loving pro rasslin or telling me its fake I knew they could never and I mean NEVER take away the magic and joy it brings me.

Thank you Vince for the memories, greatly appreciated.
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vbirwin
10-29-2010, 02:53 PM
Mine is not an in ring moment. I don't know the date but over 30 years ago my dad took me to the Pittsburgh Civic Arena for the wrestling matches. I was standing outside one of the locker room doors trying to get autographs. I remember seeing Andre The Giant as he was leaving and marveled at how huge he was. Then as I was standing there waiting Domenic Denucci, who had gone to the concession stand to get a cup of coffee, came up behind me, put his hand on my shoulder, and moved me aside so he could get back into the locker room. Being a Pittsburgher, Denucci was a big deal to me back then. And I remember the only autograph I got was Ivan Putski and I was pissed because I didn't get Tito Santana.

For a ten or twelve year old kid that was quite a night.

xStraightxEdgexSaviorx
10-29-2010, 06:10 PM
The last time I truly "marked out" was (and allow me my explanation on this) very recently comparatively speaking, and it was when John Cena said to the Miz something along the lines of "We couldn't have waited for someone to make a last minute decision on us; we had to pick someone who is truly committed to our team....someone who hates the Nexus as much as any of us, and his name...is Daniel Bryan. **Generic rock music plays and the crowd goes nuts**" Now listen, besides the fact that I am one of Bryan's biggest supporters (He is currently one of my three favorite superstars along with Edge and CM Punk) and was a fan of his before he was with the WWE, I was one of those guys who was incredibly disappointed/pissed off at Bryan's recent "firing" for such a stupid reason as the WWE handed us, but while I was somewhat skeptical and hopeful that the whole situation was in fact a work, I still bought into the whole deal. I can't tell you how happy I was that I was wrong.

Freder
10-29-2010, 07:04 PM
The first event I ever went to had Chief Jay Strongbow against Don Leo Jonathan. I remember thinking Jay was a real indian, and that Jonathan was the biggest man I had ever seen. (He was 6'7" and at age 6 or 7 he probably was the biggest I had ever seen then.) Years later when I learned all indian wrestlers were fake I refused to believe Tatanka was actually Native American, and he actually was.

BevinBoyz
10-29-2010, 11:38 PM
mine wasnt really in ring or close to it.. but back in i believe 2003 VKM/ Taker buried alive match started it but that wasn't it, i was 11 @ the time and when taker was makin his comeback around RR time with his first tripy presents moments, the DONG rang and i heard foot steps out side my window... i looked out it and there was foot prints in the snow but NO ONE was around.. but i still heard the steps.. once the music stopped the foot steps stopping.. with no foot prints leading to or away from my window...

Ruggy
10-30-2010, 11:44 AM
I remember when Ken Shamrock was the most dangerous man in the world lol.

SilverGhost
10-30-2010, 11:52 AM
I remember when Ken Shamrock was the most dangerous man in the world lol.

He was crazy with his Ankle Lock.

I would say his and Angle's is the ones I'd rather not be in.