History NightmareFuel / ProfessionalWrestling

9th Sep '17 6:40:16 PM BloodPump
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** Just as frighting; his savage beatdown on Randy Orton two years later at Summerslam 2016. It was a very hard match to watch especially the finish. From the crowd going silent to the fact that Orton had a piece of his forehead flapping around after the beating it was perhaps the most visceral images in the modern era of the WWE.
27th Apr '17 10:06:34 PM WhiteAsukalover
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** Then on April 24, Braun Strowman fought against Callistro with the [[spoiler:the latter sneakily winning against the big man. Unfortuantly, that infuriated Strowman and after toying with Callistro, he ended up throwing his potentially unconscious body into the dumpster, locking it and then pushing up to the stage to push it off the stage, majorly harming Callistro.]]

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** Then on April 24, Braun Strowman fought against Callistro Kalisto with the [[spoiler:the latter sneakily winning against the big man. Unfortuantly, Unfortunately, that infuriated Strowman and after toying with Callistro, Kalisto, he ended up throwing his potentially unconscious body into the dumpster, locking it and then pushing up to the stage to push it off the stage, majorly harming Callistro.Kalisto.]]
26th Apr '17 2:29:11 AM alienhunter
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* Sid Vicious' truly horrifying career ending injury at Wrestling/{{WCW}} ''Sin'' in 2001. He attempted a flying dropkick on Wrestling/ScottSteiner, but Sid botching the move lead to him landing right on his foot and ''snapped his ankle in half!'' Watch it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjJHYGu669w here.]] '''WARNING''': Graphic.

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* Sid Vicious' truly horrifying career ending injury at Wrestling/{{WCW}} ''Sin'' in 2001. He attempted a flying dropkick on Wrestling/ScottSteiner, but Sid botching the move lead to him landing right on his foot and ''snapped his ankle in half!'' Watch it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjJHYGu669w here.]] '''WARNING''': Graphic.Graphic.
* On the April 10, 2017 episode of Raw, Braun Strowman beat up Roman Reigns to the point of the latter being put onto a stretcher. However, Strowman wasn't finished as he then followed Reigns and threw his stretcher away and then as Reigns was being put into an ambulance, Strowman jumped and continued to beat on him. To top it all off, after he was finished, he got out and flipped over the ambulance with Roman Reigns inside!
** Then on April 24, Braun Strowman fought against Callistro with the [[spoiler:the latter sneakily winning against the big man. Unfortuantly, that infuriated Strowman and after toying with Callistro, he ended up throwing his potentially unconscious body into the dumpster, locking it and then pushing up to the stage to push it off the stage, majorly harming Callistro.]]
31st Mar '17 12:03:48 PM SolidSonicTH
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* From the unscripted side of things: ''any time at all'' that someone suffers a horrible injury in an event ''not'' catered around it. Yes, you expect to see such things in matches with names like "Hell in a Cell" or "No ropes barb-wire match", but even plain-Jane bouts have gruesome consequences sometimes. Some of the more famous "highlights" through the years include Wrestling/BobHolly getting suplexed through a table and ending up with a SIXTEEN INCH gash across his back, Wrestling/SidEudy being [[ExecutiveMeddling convinced]] to do a top-rope jump kick but landing wrong and snapping his lower leg at a 90-degree angle, any time Wrestling/{{Sabu}} pulls a botch more severe than a flat crash landing...

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* From the unscripted side of things: ''any time at all'' that someone suffers a horrible injury in an event ''not'' catered around it. Yes, you expect to see such things in matches with names like "Hell in a Cell" or "No ropes barb-wire match", but even plain-Jane bouts have gruesome consequences sometimes. Some of the more famous "highlights" through the years include Wrestling/BobHolly getting suplexed through a table and ending up with a SIXTEEN INCH gash across his back, Wrestling/SidEudy being [[ExecutiveMeddling convinced]] to do Wrestling/OwenHart visibly crushing Steve Austin's neck at [=SummerSlam=] 1997 with a top-rope jump kick but landing wrong botched piledriver[[note]]Austin later said he was legitimately worried the moment permanently paralyzed him and snapping the event is the genesis of his lower leg at a 90-degree angle, premature retirement in 2003[[/note]], any time Wrestling/{{Sabu}} pulls a botch more severe than a flat crash landing...
31st Mar '17 11:51:03 AM SolidSonicTH
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** The infamous match at the Royal Rumble 1999 where [[Creator/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] absolutely brutalizes a completely defenseless Mankind with a chair. ''11'' unprotected shots to the head when it already gets deeply unsettling by the third one. It very much blurs the line between kayfabe and reality and it gets downright scary after awhile (it's essentially a public beating witnessed by thousands of live attendees, there's no way to sugarcoat it).

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** The infamous match at the Royal Rumble 1999 where [[Creator/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] absolutely brutalizes a completely defenseless Mankind with a chair. ''11'' unprotected shots to the head when it already gets deeply unsettling by the third one. It very much blurs the line between kayfabe and reality and it gets downright scary after awhile (it's essentially a public beating witnessed by thousands of live attendees, there's no way to sugarcoat it). To date it is often cited as the most violent thing WWE has ever allowed on television and it showed up in the documentary ''Beyond the Mat'', where it was revealed that the event horrified Foley's children, who were in attendance.
31st Mar '17 11:48:41 AM SolidSonicTH
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** The infamous match at the Royal Rumble 1999 where [[Creator/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] absolutely brutalizes a completely defenseless Mankind with a chair. ''11'' unprotected shots to the head when it already gets deeply unsettling by the third one. It very much blurs the line between kayfabe and reality and it gets downright scary after awhile (it's essentially a public beating witnessed by thousands of live attendees, there's no way to sugarcoat it).
17th Dec '16 9:40:03 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Sid Vicious' truly horrifying career ending injury at {{WCW}} ''Sin'' in 2001. He attempted a flying dropkick on Wrestling/ScottSteiner, but Sid botching the move lead to him landing right on his foot and ''snapped his ankle in half!'' Watch it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjJHYGu669w here.]] '''WARNING''': Graphic.

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* Sid Vicious' truly horrifying career ending injury at {{WCW}} Wrestling/{{WCW}} ''Sin'' in 2001. He attempted a flying dropkick on Wrestling/ScottSteiner, but Sid botching the move lead to him landing right on his foot and ''snapped his ankle in half!'' Watch it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjJHYGu669w here.]] '''WARNING''': Graphic.
10th Dec '16 12:01:52 PM Nick7689
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* The 2003 feud between Wrestling/TheUndertaker (during the end of his BadassBiker phase) and Wrestling/VinceMcMahon, especially the AdultFear of Vince abusing his own family as well as threatening to more or less '''''put a hit out on 'Taker's'''''. And 'Taker's ultimate response? To invoke ColdBloodedTorture on Vince in a BuriedAlive match at that year's ''Wrestling/SurvivorSeries'' [[note]]To give you an idea: Vince began bleeding profusely after 'Taker's '''''first punch'''''.[[/note]]. Also, the ''[[Film/TheExorcist Exorcist]]''-esque promos throughout the whole thing were just the cherry on top.

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* The 2003 feud between Wrestling/TheUndertaker (during the end of his BadassBiker phase) and Wrestling/VinceMcMahon, especially the AdultFear of Vince abusing his own family as well as threatening to more or less '''''put a hit out on 'Taker's'''''. And 'Taker's ultimate response? To invoke ColdBloodedTorture on Vince in a BuriedAlive match at that year's ''Wrestling/SurvivorSeries'' [[note]]To give you an idea: Vince began bleeding profusely after 'Taker's '''''first punch'''''.[[/note]]. Also, the ''[[Film/TheExorcist Exorcist]]''-esque promos throughout the whole thing were just the cherry on top.top.
* Sid Vicious' truly horrifying career ending injury at {{WCW}} ''Sin'' in 2001. He attempted a flying dropkick on Wrestling/ScottSteiner, but Sid botching the move lead to him landing right on his foot and ''snapped his ankle in half!'' Watch it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjJHYGu669w here.]] '''WARNING''': Graphic.
24th Nov '16 4:42:09 AM RavenBlack
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* NightmareFuel/LuchaUnderground
26th Aug '16 8:34:45 AM Peridonyx
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* The 2003 feud between Wrestling/TheUndertaker (during the end of his BadassBiker phase) and Wrestling/VinceMcMahon, especially the AdultFear of Vince abusing his own family as well as threatening to more or less '''''put a hit out on 'Taker's'''''. And 'Taker's ultimate response? To invoke ColdBloodedTorture on Vince in a BuriedAlive match at that year's Wrestling/SurvivorSeries [[note]]To give you an idea: Vince began bleeding profusely after 'Taker's '''''first punch'''''.[[/note]]. Also, the ''[[Film/TheExorcist Exorcist]]''-esque promos throughout the whole thing were just the cherry on top.

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* The 2003 feud between Wrestling/TheUndertaker (during the end of his BadassBiker phase) and Wrestling/VinceMcMahon, especially the AdultFear of Vince abusing his own family as well as threatening to more or less '''''put a hit out on 'Taker's'''''. And 'Taker's ultimate response? To invoke ColdBloodedTorture on Vince in a BuriedAlive match at that year's Wrestling/SurvivorSeries ''Wrestling/SurvivorSeries'' [[note]]To give you an idea: Vince began bleeding profusely after 'Taker's '''''first punch'''''.[[/note]]. Also, the ''[[Film/TheExorcist Exorcist]]''-esque promos throughout the whole thing were just the cherry on top.
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