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5th Mar '17 1:42:28 PM BDA1978
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* Wrestling/{{Batista}} vs. Wrestling/TheBigShow for the ECW Championship in August 2006. Doesn't sound ''quite'' as bad as you'd think, and to give credit where it's due the match itself wasn't horrible. However, it was held '''at the Hammerstein Ballroom''', home to the ''wrong'' kind of audience for that exact sort of thing. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26MXMI0Bx-c See for yourself all the boos they got.]]

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* Wrestling/{{Batista}} vs. Wrestling/TheBigShow for the ECW Championship in August 2006. Doesn't sound ''quite'' as bad as you'd think, and to give credit where it's due the match itself wasn't horrible. However, it was held '''at the Hammerstein Ballroom''', home to the ''wrong'' kind of audience for that exact sort of thing.thing , as Hammerstein has traditionally been the original ECW's unofficial "Home Away From Home". [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26MXMI0Bx-c See for yourself all the boos they got.]]
5th Mar '17 10:32:39 AM BDA1978
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** A match between Wrestling/BamBamBigelow and Wrestling/{{Kamala}} was canceled with no reason given.

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** A match between Wrestling/BamBamBigelow and Wrestling/{{Kamala}} was canceled with no reason given. While neither guy was really a marquee name they were both talented big men who could probably have a decent match.
25th Feb '17 8:06:47 PM spectertv
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** Aftermath: Hogan is slated to drop the belt to Bret after the PPV, but refuses because he thinks it'll make him look weak. Then he skips out of the promotion to shoot movies(he was also caught on video badmouthing the WWF at a New Japan event). Vince [=McMahon=], understandably pissed off, has Hogan lose the belt to Yokozuna in a SquashMatch as punishment, and it takes the better part of a year before any of the fallout from WMIX is finally cleared. Bret Hart is booked to win the King of the Ring as compensation, but the tournament meant nothing and the fans (and Hart himself) knew it.

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** Aftermath: Hogan is slated to drop the belt to Bret after the PPV, but refuses because he thinks it'll make him look weak. Then he skips out of the promotion to shoot movies(he movies (he was also caught on video badmouthing the WWF at a New Japan event). Vince [=McMahon=], understandably pissed off, has Hogan lose the belt to Yokozuna in a SquashMatch as punishment, and it takes the better part of a year before any of the fallout from WMIX is finally cleared. Bret Hart is booked to win the King of the Ring as compensation, but the tournament meant nothing and the fans (and Hart himself) knew it.



* When Shawn Michaels turned on Marty Jannetty and split up the Rockers, a legend was born where a Tag Team died, and Michaels went on to become of of the most successful singles wrestlers in [=WWF/E=] history. This half-success, was all the justification WWE's ever needed to split tag teams for no other reason. Invariably, the tag team members never worked as singles, at best getting beatdown by monster heels over and over again and at worst, never being seen or heard from again. Among the victims: Men on a Mission, the Hardy Boyz (Wrestling/{{Matt|Hardy}} and Wrestling/{{Jeff|Hardy}}), Wrestling/{{Edge}} and Wrestling/{{Christian}}, Los Guerreros (Wrestling/EddieGuerrero and Wrestling/{{Chavo Guerrero|Jr}}), Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam, the Gatecrashers (Vance Archer and Curt Hawkins), the Colons, Cryme Tyme, the Basham Brothers, Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch, the Hart Dynasty, the Dude Busters, Deuce 'n Domino, Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick, The Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers and even Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys. Very few of these guys managed to get over as singles competitors, most wound up less over than ever before, and the tag division only gets smaller and smaller each time a breakup happens. The other thing that nobody seems to remember is that the reason the Rockers split was because WWF thought they could get ''two'' singles stars out of the breakup - at the time of the breakup Jannetty was considered equal to Michaels in both ability and charisma. It was Jannetty's love of partying and "personal demons", as well as two different pushes interrupted by injuries, that ended up hamstringing his career. That, and it's possible for members of a unit to achieve individual success without severing said unit (Wrestling/ElSanto of The Atomic Pair immediately comes to mind but the American Wolves and Briscoes of Wrestling/RingOfHonor, the Canadian Ninjas of Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} and countless others serve as examples). Another major reason for this phenomenon was the attempt for former tag team partners/stablemates to earn the Triple Crown achievement, where a wrestler wins a Tag Team championship, an Intercontinental Championship (or other similar second-tier championship in different promotions), and a [insert promotion name here] World Championship (or Championship, depending on the promotion) in order to be recognized as a wrestling superstar.

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* When Shawn Michaels turned on Marty Jannetty and split up the Rockers, a legend was born where a Tag Team died, and Michaels went on to become of of the most successful singles wrestlers in [=WWF/E=] history. This half-success, was all the justification WWE's ever needed to split tag teams for no other reason. Invariably, the tag team members never worked as singles, at best getting beatdown by monster heels over and over again and at worst, never being seen or heard from again. Among the victims: Men on a Mission, the Hardy Boyz (Wrestling/{{Matt|Hardy}} and Wrestling/{{Jeff|Hardy}}), Wrestling/{{Edge}} and Wrestling/{{Christian}}, Los Guerreros (Wrestling/EddieGuerrero and Wrestling/{{Chavo Guerrero|Jr}}), Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam, the Gatecrashers (Vance Archer and Curt Hawkins), the Colons, Cryme Tyme, the Basham Brothers, Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch, the Hart Dynasty, the Dude Busters, Deuce 'n Domino, Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick, The Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers and even Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys. Very few of these guys managed to get over as singles competitors, most wound up less over than ever before, and the tag division only gets smaller and smaller each time a breakup happens. The other thing that nobody seems to remember is that the reason the Rockers split was because WWF thought they could get ''two'' singles stars out of the breakup - at the time of the breakup Jannetty was considered equal to Michaels in both ability and charisma. It was Jannetty's love of partying and "personal demons", as well as two different pushes interrupted by injuries, that ended up hamstringing his career. That, and it's possible for members of a unit to achieve individual success without severing said unit (Wrestling/ElSanto of The Atomic Pair immediately comes to mind but the American Wolves and Briscoes of Wrestling/RingOfHonor, the Canadian Ninjas of Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} and countless others serve as examples). Another major reason for this phenomenon was the attempt for former tag team partners/stablemates to earn the Triple Crown achievement, where a wrestler wins a Tag Team championship, an Intercontinental Championship (or other similar second-tier championship in different promotions), and a [insert promotion name here] World Championship (or Championship, depending on the promotion) in order to be recognized as a wrestling superstar.
23rd Feb '17 12:20:23 PM NightmareNearFumiKanno
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* Wrestling/TheGobbledyGooker. Perhaps the template of "so bad it's horrible" gimmicks. Has its own page, but in a nutshell: A man dressed in a turkey costume hatches from a giant egg at the 1990 Wrestling/SurvivorSeries and dances in the ring with "Mean" Gene Okerlund, to a chorus of boos from a disappointed audience. The gimmick even inspired the "Gooker Award" (for the year's worst gimmick) at the Website/WrestleCrap website.

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* Wrestling/TheGobbledyGooker. Perhaps the template of "so bad it's horrible" gimmicks. Has its own page, but in a nutshell: A man dressed in a turkey costume hatches from a giant egg at the 1990 Wrestling/SurvivorSeries and dances in the ring with "Mean" Gene Okerlund, to a chorus of boos from a disappointed audience. The gimmick even inspired the "Gooker Award" (for the year's worst gimmick) gimmick/story line) at the Website/WrestleCrap website.
6th Feb '17 12:19:01 PM a83hg
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* The entire ending sequence to NXT Season 2 was [[EpicFail such a trainwreck]] it may have stopped several careers in their tracks. It started off with [[Wrestling/LowKi Kaval]] winning, which was about the only thing that went well here. After the announcement was made, runner-up [[Wrestling/CurtisAxel Michael McGillicutty]] was handed the mic and cut a very {{Narm}}y promo where he trips over his lines. In that promo, he basically promises a Genesis of the career of Michael [=McGillicutty=]. Then he leaves the ring. Kaval tries to cut a celebration promo, but is cut off when the rookies eliminated in the previous weeks come in and attack him. The WWE Pros try to intervene, and we get what ends up being the very anti-thesis of what made Wrestling/TheNexus work. Even the people in the nosebleeds could have heard the spots being called and the refs yelling instructions to the angry rookies. After that promo, only Kaval and Riley would find themselves appearing on television in the weeks that followed, (Kaval joined the Smackdown roster, while Riley would hang around Wrestling/TheMiz as his 'apprentice') and [[CanonDisContinuity the end of NXT Season 2 was never mentioned again]]. [=McGillicutty=] and Harris would finally resurface at ''Hell In A Cell'', costing Wrestling/JohnCena his match against Wrestling/WadeBarrett and acting as unofficial Nexus lackeys, before being officially inducted into the group a few weeks later. If there were plans for a Genesis stable involving NXT Season 2, they were quickly axed.

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* The entire ending sequence to NXT Season 2 was [[EpicFail such a trainwreck]] trainwreck it may have stopped several careers in their tracks. It started off with [[Wrestling/LowKi Kaval]] winning, which was about the only thing that went well here. After the announcement was made, runner-up [[Wrestling/CurtisAxel Michael McGillicutty]] was handed the mic and cut a very {{Narm}}y promo where he trips over his lines. In that promo, he basically promises a Genesis of the career of Michael [=McGillicutty=]. Then he leaves the ring. Kaval tries to cut a celebration promo, but is cut off when the rookies eliminated in the previous weeks come in and attack him. The WWE Pros try to intervene, and we get what ends up being the very anti-thesis of what made Wrestling/TheNexus work. Even the people in the nosebleeds could have heard the spots being called and the refs yelling instructions to the angry rookies. After that promo, only Kaval and Riley would find themselves appearing on television in the weeks that followed, (Kaval joined the Smackdown roster, while Riley would hang around Wrestling/TheMiz as his 'apprentice') and [[CanonDisContinuity the end of NXT Season 2 was never mentioned again]]. [=McGillicutty=] and Harris would finally resurface at ''Hell In A Cell'', costing Wrestling/JohnCena his match against Wrestling/WadeBarrett and acting as unofficial Nexus lackeys, before being officially inducted into the group a few weeks later. If there were plans for a Genesis stable involving NXT Season 2, they were quickly axed.
24th Jan '17 10:17:12 AM JamesAustin
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* Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} vs. Wrestling/BrockLesnar. Two men with similar gimmicks big, charismatic, intense wrestlers who were nigh unstoppable by most other wrestlers. What could go wrong with a showdown between them? Well, Lesnar was ditching WWE to try out for the NFL, Goldberg's contract was set to expire and he wasn't renewing, and the show they wrestled at (''[=WrestleMania=] XX'') was being held in Madison Square Garden, a location that skews towards the {{Smar|tMark}}k section of the fanbase. Goldberg and Lesnar decided not to bother having a good match knowing each other's fate, and the viciously negative fan reaction (skewed towards Lesnar, whose decision to leave WWE was more widely known than Goldberg's and more shocking, having only been reported a week before the show) certainly didn't inspire them to give a good performance. The end result was quite possibly the worst match in ''[=WrestleMania=]'' history, and the only saving grace came after the bell when guest referee Steve Austin gave both Lesnar and Goldberg a Stone Cold Stunner as a lovely parting gift. It's widely believed that WWE purposefully laid out the match to be as awful as possible as a spiteful parting gift for both men, and given how petty people in wrestling can be (''especially'' Vince [=McMahon=]), it's entirely possible. You know it's bad when the fans are getting a better reaction from one another than the match--the biggest pop went to a fake wrestling match between a Hulk Hogan cosplayer and a "Macho Man" Randy Savage cosplayer. One {{Smar|tMark}}k recapper described "Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg vs. the NYC crowd" as "the greatest squash match in history."
* Wrestling/{{Batista}} vs. Wrestling/TheBigShow for the ECW Championship in August 2006. Doesn't sound ''quite'' as bad as you'd think, and to give credit where it's due the match itself wasn't horrible. However, it was held '''at the Hammerstein Ballroom''', home to the ''wrong'' kind of audience for that exact sort of thing.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26MXMI0Bx-c See for yourself all the boos they got.]]

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* Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} vs. Wrestling/BrockLesnar. Two men with similar gimmicks big, charismatic, intense wrestlers who were nigh unstoppable by most other wrestlers. What could go wrong with a showdown between them? Well, Lesnar was ditching WWE to try out for the NFL, Goldberg's contract was set to expire and he wasn't renewing, and the show they wrestled at (''[=WrestleMania=] XX'') was being held in Madison Square Garden, a location that skews towards the {{Smar|tMark}}k section of the fanbase. Goldberg and Lesnar decided not to bother having a good match knowing each other's fate, and the viciously negative fan reaction (skewed towards Lesnar, whose decision to leave WWE was more widely known than Goldberg's and more shocking, having only been reported a week before the show) certainly didn't inspire them to give a good performance. The end result was quite possibly the worst match in ''[=WrestleMania=]'' history, and the only saving grace came after the bell when guest referee Steve Austin gave both Lesnar and Goldberg a Stone Cold Stunner as a lovely parting gift. It's widely believed that WWE purposefully laid out the match to be as awful as possible as a spiteful parting gift for both men, and given how petty people in wrestling can be (''especially'' Vince [=McMahon=]), it's entirely possible. You know it's bad when the fans are getting a better reaction from one another than the match--the biggest pop went to a fake wrestling match between a Hulk Hogan cosplayer and a "Macho Man" Randy Savage cosplayer. One {{Smar|tMark}}k recapper described "Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg vs. the NYC crowd" as "the greatest squash match in history."
" This later became HilariousInHindsight when the two faced off against each other again 12 years later in ''Survivor Series 2016'' in which Goldberg won again by defeating Brock Lesnar '''in 1 minute and 26 seconds'''. Suddenly the "greatest squash match in history" now has taken a whole new meaning in hilarious legitimacy.
* Wrestling/{{Batista}} vs. Wrestling/TheBigShow for the ECW Championship in August 2006. Doesn't sound ''quite'' as bad as you'd think, and to give credit where it's due the match itself wasn't horrible. However, it was held '''at the Hammerstein Ballroom''', home to the ''wrong'' kind of audience for that exact sort of thing. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26MXMI0Bx-c See for yourself all the boos they got.]]



* Wrestling/{{Kaitlyn}} vs Maxine from [[Wrestling/{{NXT3}} season three]] of [[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]. Neither of them had much time to train, thanks to a dawdling tech crew setting up a stunt for Wrestling/{{SmackDown}}. The resulting "match" was so bad the announcers broke Kayfabe and called it the worst match ever. Hell, Wrestling/MichaelCole even got up to take a phonecall during the middle of it.

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* Wrestling/{{Kaitlyn}} vs Maxine from [[Wrestling/{{NXT3}} season three]] of [[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]. Neither of them had much time to train, thanks to a dawdling tech crew setting up a stunt for Wrestling/{{SmackDown}}.Wrestling/WWESmackDown. The resulting "match" was so bad the announcers broke Kayfabe and called it the worst match ever. Hell, Wrestling/MichaelCole even got up to take a phonecall during the middle of it.
19th Jan '17 10:10:23 AM Gimere
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Wrestling/{{WWE}} (formerly, CWC, formerly WWWF, then WWF), although a LongRunner in both its history and its talent, has hit more than a few snags along the way bad wrestler ideas, bad Pay-Per-View events, and bad gimmicky storylines.

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Wrestling/{{WWE}} (formerly, (formerly CWC, formerly then WWWF, then WWF), although a LongRunner in both its history and its talent, has hit more than a few snags along the way bad wrestler ideas, bad Pay-Per-View events, and bad gimmicky storylines.
1st Jan '17 8:17:11 PM Willbyr
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26th Dec '16 6:26:51 PM LarryLarry
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* Twelve years after the original match, Goldberg returned to WWE to challenge Lesnar once more in a prospect that had many fans raving. At that time, Lesnar, widely loved during his first few years back for the company was starting to get XPacHeat for [[InvincibleVillain his seemingly unstoppable tendencies]]. However, Goldberg was enough of a physical and historical threat to have fans excited at the prospect of a close, hard-hitting match completely different from the usual Lesnar CurbStompBattle, and Goldberg had shown that despite nearing 50, he could still go in the ring. Additionally, a win over Goldberg, one of the only other wrestlers with a legitimate badass reputation to match his own, would mean that if WWE decided to have an up-and-coming talent beat Lesnar cleanly in the future at a show like Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}}, it would probably make an instant superstar out of whoever was chosen to finally defeat the Beast Incarnate. Given the insane amount of hype going into the match, both from WWE itself and nearly the entire IWC, there was no possible way to screw it up, right? [[TemptingFate If you guessed yes, you don't know Vince McMahon well enough]]. In the main event of Survivor Series 2016, the crowd was already hot from the excellent elimination tag match that preceded the main event, Lesnar and Goldberg made their entrances to loud pops, and then...[[SquashMatch Spear and Jackhammer to Lesnar; it was over in less than two minutes]]. The audience reaction was mostly shock and confusion, but as soon as the match ended there were some faint "Bullshit!" chants picked up by the mics in the arena. Within hours, seemingly every IWC critic or journalist was writing a column asking what the hell WWE was thinking with that decision. It was a copout for the millions of fans watching at home (or worse, those who paid to see the event live) who expected, if not a good wrestling match, at least one where there was more wrestling than two moves. completely shattered Lesnar's dominant reputation that took years to build, and made it impossible for a younger wrestler to get momentum from defeating him in the future, instead completely throwing that monumental moment of the Conqueror finally being conquered himself to an aging worker who likely only has a couple more years in the business at best, yet another instance of WWE favoring part-timers over building new stars. Unless by some miracle WWE has Goldberg put a younger wrestler over who isn't named Wrestling/RomanReigns, fans will likely remember this match in the future as "the day the Beast Incarnate died".
15th Dec '16 5:33:22 PM chucknormie
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* Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} vs. Wrestling/BrockLesnar. Two men with similar gimmicks big, charismatic, intense wrestlers who were nigh unstoppable by most other wrestlers. What could go wrong with a showdown between them? Well, Lesnar was ditching WWE to try out for the NFL, Goldberg's contract was set to expire and he wasn't renewing, and the show they wrestled at (''[=WrestleMania=] XX'') was being held in Madison Square Garden, a location that skews towards the {{Smar|tMark}}k section of the fanbase. Goldberg and Lesnar decided not to bother having a good match knowing each other's fate, and the viciously negative fan reaction (skewed towards Lesnar, whose decision to leave WWE was more widely known than Goldberg's and more shocking, having only been reported a week before the show) certainly didn't inspire them to give a good performance. The end result was quite possibly the worst match in ''[=WrestleMania=]'' history, and the only saving grace came after the bell when guest referee Steve Austin gave both Lesnar and Goldberg a Stone Cold Stunner as a lovely parting gift. It's widely believed that WWE purposefully laid out the match to be as awful as possible as a spiteful parting gift for both men, and given how petty people in wrestling can be (''especially'' Vince [=McMahon=]), it's entirely possible. You know it's bad when the fans are getting a better reaction from one another than the match--the biggest pop went to a fake wrestling match between a Hulk Hogan cosplayer and a "Macho Man" Randy Savage cosplayer. One {{Smar|tMark}}k recapper described "Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg vs. the NYC crowd" as "the greatest squash match in history." This later became HilariousInHindsight when the two faced off against each other again 12 years later in Survivor Series 2016 in which Goldberg won again by defeating Brock Lesnar '''in a record-setting 1 minute and 26 seconds'''. Suddenly the "greatest squash match in history" now has taken a whole new meaning in hilarious legitimacy.

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* Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} vs. Wrestling/BrockLesnar. Two men with similar gimmicks big, charismatic, intense wrestlers who were nigh unstoppable by most other wrestlers. What could go wrong with a showdown between them? Well, Lesnar was ditching WWE to try out for the NFL, Goldberg's contract was set to expire and he wasn't renewing, and the show they wrestled at (''[=WrestleMania=] XX'') was being held in Madison Square Garden, a location that skews towards the {{Smar|tMark}}k section of the fanbase. Goldberg and Lesnar decided not to bother having a good match knowing each other's fate, and the viciously negative fan reaction (skewed towards Lesnar, whose decision to leave WWE was more widely known than Goldberg's and more shocking, having only been reported a week before the show) certainly didn't inspire them to give a good performance. The end result was quite possibly the worst match in ''[=WrestleMania=]'' history, and the only saving grace came after the bell when guest referee Steve Austin gave both Lesnar and Goldberg a Stone Cold Stunner as a lovely parting gift. It's widely believed that WWE purposefully laid out the match to be as awful as possible as a spiteful parting gift for both men, and given how petty people in wrestling can be (''especially'' Vince [=McMahon=]), it's entirely possible. You know it's bad when the fans are getting a better reaction from one another than the match--the biggest pop went to a fake wrestling match between a Hulk Hogan cosplayer and a "Macho Man" Randy Savage cosplayer. One {{Smar|tMark}}k recapper described "Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg vs. the NYC crowd" as "the greatest squash match in history." This later became HilariousInHindsight when "
* Twelve years after
the two faced off against each original match, Goldberg returned to WWE to challenge Lesnar once more in a prospect that had many fans raving. At that time, Lesnar, widely loved during his first few years back for the company was starting to get XPacHeat for [[InvincibleVillain his seemingly unstoppable tendencies]]. However, Goldberg was enough of a physical and historical threat to have fans excited at the prospect of a close, hard-hitting match completely different from the usual Lesnar CurbStompBattle, and Goldberg had shown that despite nearing 50, he could still go in the ring. Additionally, a win over Goldberg, one of the only other again 12 years later wrestlers with a legitimate badass reputation to match his own, would mean that if WWE decided to have an up-and-coming talent beat Lesnar cleanly in the future at a show like Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}}, it would probably make an instant superstar out of whoever was chosen to finally defeat the Beast Incarnate. Given the insane amount of hype going into the match, both from WWE itself and nearly the entire IWC, there was no possible way to screw it up, right? [[TemptingFate If you guessed yes, you don't know Vince McMahon well enough]]. In the main event of Survivor Series 2016 in which 2016, the crowd was already hot from the excellent elimination tag match that preceded the main event, Lesnar and Goldberg won again made their entrances to loud pops, and then...[[SquashMatch Spear and Jackhammer to Lesnar; it was over in less than two minutes]]. The audience reaction was mostly shock and confusion, but as soon as the match ended there were some faint "Bullshit!" chants picked up by the mics in the arena. Within hours, seemingly every IWC critic or journalist was writing a column asking what the hell WWE was thinking with that decision. It was a copout for the millions of fans watching at home (or worse, those who paid to see the event live) who expected, if not a good wrestling match, at least one where there was more wrestling than two moves. completely shattered Lesnar's dominant reputation that took years to build, and made it impossible for a younger wrestler to get momentum from defeating Brock Lesnar '''in a record-setting 1 minute and 26 seconds'''. Suddenly him in the "greatest squash future, instead completely throwing that monumental moment of the Conqueror finally being conquered himself to an aging worker who likely only has a couple more years in the business at best, yet another instance of WWE favoring part-timers over building new stars. Unless by some miracle WWE has Goldberg put a younger wrestler over who isn't named Wrestling/RomanReigns, fans will likely remember this match in history" now has taken a whole new meaning in hilarious legitimacy.the future as "the day the Beast Incarnate died".
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