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klunderbunker 01-02-2018 11:22 AM

Moment of the Year
 
This magic moment.

Jack-Hammer 01-02-2018 02:47 PM

I went with Taker's retirement, though it'll seem like such a waste of Taker comes back, yet again, for one more match. Taker has been the one constant in WWE for over a quarter century and, much like his streak ending, the notion of him being gone is an emotional one for me. I've always loved watching Taker and I always respected him for being a true pro's pro, so the sight of him carefully folding his coat and laying his hat on top of it before exiting the ring to give one final salute to the crowd was something that, again, if it was his last match, is someone to remember.

Mighty NorCal 01-02-2018 02:50 PM

Takers retirement is probably the real answer, but I had to go with Ciampa's turn on Gargano.

Like, my god man, they took something we all knew was coming and still made it shocking. I have to pick this, because something happened that almost never happens...


They got me.



I was lulled into security by the "end of the show" logo in the bottom left corner...the first time, in 20 years, I recall them using it as a fake-out. They put a fucking fake end of show logo up, and THEN did an incredibly callous, brutal heel turn. Sold brilliantly by all involved, I'm sure it will disappear into the ether, which is sad, since for me, this is just as prolific and well done as the Barber Shop window.

Bernkastel 01-02-2018 05:16 PM

Undertaker's retirement, and the emotions that came with it. Not just the bittersweet ones for Undertaker's fans, but for the animosity towards Roman Reigns in the coming weeks.

klunderbunker 01-02-2018 10:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Mighty NorCal (Post 5776929)
Takers retirement is probably the real answer, but I had to go with Ciampa's turn on Gargano.

Like, my god man, they took something we all knew was coming and still made it shocking. I have to pick this, because something happened that almost never happens...


They got me.



I was lulled into security by the "end of the show" logo in the bottom left corner...the first time, in 20 years, I recall them using it as a fake-out. They put a fucking fake end of show logo up, and THEN did an incredibly callous, brutal heel turn. Sold brilliantly by all involved, I'm sure it will disappear into the ether, which is sad, since for me, this is just as prolific and well done as the Barber Shop window.

They did it when Owens turned on Sami at R-Evolution too. That's why I somewhat expected it here.

Jeff Deliverer of Mail 01-02-2018 10:48 PM

Had to pick Strowman flipping over an ambulance to kick start one of the most spot visual rivalries WWE has done in a LONG time vs Roman Reigns. That ambulance spot was just insane.

Bernkastel 01-02-2018 11:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Jeff Deliverer of Mail (Post 5777201)
Had to pick Strowman flipping over an ambulance to kick start one of the most spot visual rivalries WWE has done in a LONG time vs Roman Reigns. That ambulance spot was just insane.

I know. That hydraulic jack worked really hard that night.

enviousdominous 01-03-2018 02:08 AM

All of those moments were great, but the moment that had me experiencing a high of excitement I hadn't felt in a long time was the return of The Hardys. They were TNA mainstays and the dirt sheets were either having a really bad month or they were being paid off by the WWE to keep the Hardys' return on the down low.

New Day came out all like they were about to put themselves into the match, and then The Hardy Boyz theme hit and I went ape-shit. Undeniably the biggest reaction the WWE was able to get out of me.

SSJPhenom 01-03-2018 11:46 AM

It has to be 'Taker's retirement. It had been a long time since I had been in tears watching wrestling and that moment did it for me. If that is the last time we see 'Taker as a wrestler, it will be well remembered.

BEAT THAT ***** ASS 01-03-2018 12:07 PM

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Originally Posted by klunderbunker (Post 5777193)
They did it when Owens turned on Sami at R-Evolution too. That's why I somewhat expected it here.

I remember this!!!! I tuned out when I saw it. Three minute later I saw the show was still live confused and tuned back in just to see a replay of Steen attacking Zayn and was shocked out of my mind, thinking "What the hell did I just miss?"


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