* Wrestling/BobbyHeenan, on many occasions, completely forgot that he was "The Brain" and foolishly would try to attack Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/UltimateWarrior and ... most foolishly Wrestling/AndreTheGiant. Every time, Heenan should have known he would be in for a severe beating, but yet ... .
* On the May 25, 1998 episode of ''Wrestling/WCWMondayNitro'', [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wcw/wcw-us-h.html WCW United States Heavyweight Champion]] Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} defended the title against {{Jobber}} Johnny Attitude, who came out for the match with a bald head and even imitated Goldberg's mannerisms. The match itself lasted 1:09. If you've never heard of Johnny Attitude, there's a reason. In fact, you can actually see the look on the referee's face that Johnny's gonna get a whupping.
* At Wrestling/{{ECW}}'s December 5, 1998 show (aired on December 9), held at the Burt Flickinger Center in Buffalo, NY, Wrestling/LanceStorm (w[=/=]"Tammy Lynn Bytch" Wrestling/DawnMarie) was scheduled to face Wrestling/MikeyWhipwreck. Storm walked to the ring carrying a cassette box for ''[[Wrestling/MontrealScrewjob Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows]]'', saying that he wasn't going to let Wrestling/PaulHeyman "screw" him like that, and left. Mikey got on the mic and issued a challenge to wrestle anyone. Rod Price walked out and accepted. Mikey chickened out, saying that he wanted to ''[[InsistentTerminology wrestle,]]'' but that Price doesn't wrestle, he ''fights,'' and left. Price got on the mic and issued a challenge to anyone who "wants a damn fight!" Cue [[AwesomeMusic/ProfessionalWrestling "Natural Born Killaz,"]] '''''AND HERE COMES [[Wrestling/NewJack NEW JACK!]]'''''. Jack proceeded to {{Squash|Match}} Price in his usual style in about two minutes, finishing with the guitar shot off the top. Wrestling/JoeyStyles even ''[[LampshadeHanging said]]'', "In ECW, you do not throw out open challenges."
* On the September 16, 2000 ''ECW Hardcore TV'', the Musketeer threw out an open challenge to anyone...and [[Wrestling/CarleneMoore "The Female Fighting Phenom" Jazz]] ran in and kicked his ass in 49 seconds. After the match, Joey Styles mocked him by saying, "Good night, [[Literature/TheThreeMusketeers d'Artagnan!"]]
* On a more mundane note, those {{Jobber}}s who try to slam or shoulderblock Wrestling/{{Kamala}}, [[Wrestling/JohnTenta Earthquake]], Wrestling/{{Vader}}, etc.
* RealLife case: Teddy Hart, an infamous SpotMonkey notorious for refusing to follow the script and doing insane high-flying moves just to show off. Doing these moves forces the other wrestlers to catch him unprepared, nearly getting everyone injured or killed. This blatant disregard for everyone's safety plus [[SmallNameBigEgo Teddy's primadonna attitude]], have led him to be fired and blacklisted from several promotions, including WWE, Wrestling/{{TNA}}, and [[Wrestling/RingOfHonor ROH]] (where the stunt took place) -- which is a pity, because he does have a lot of talent, but until he grows a brain he isn't going anywhere.
* Wrestling/BoDallas. A delusional motivational speaker who interrupts other wrestlers and tells them to "Bo-lieve!" -- okay, fine, it's WWE. When he starts to doing it to former World Champions and others on a similar level, you think he's either ballsy or a little lacking in self-preservation. When you do it to '''''Wrestling/BrockLesnar'''''? As JBL says, he's "the dumbest man on the planet".
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