Becoming the longest reigning WWE champion in over a decade, though it is somewhat tempered by the fact that he was reportedly the worst-drawing champion since Diesel.
Throwing John Cena off the stage and through a car's windshield at Great American Bash 2008.
It has been stated many a time and should be said here that JBL's brutal match with Eddie Guerrero at Judgment Day 2004, bloody DQ finish and all, was what put Bradshaw on the map as a main event wrestler.
Bradshaw making himself rich in Real Life. In his book "Make More Money Now", he mentioned a story back during his days roaming the independents and Mexico that he would take massive ribbings from the boys because he wouldn't join them for the obligatory post-show bender. We all know how that turned out...
In the first (and so far only) Barbed Wire Steel Cage match in WWE against The Big Show, despite essentially being curb-stomped for a good chunk of the match and being chokeslammed through the ring off the top rope, having the presence of mind and Genre Savvy to crawl under the ring apron to ringside a second before Big Show's feet hit the floor.
Whenever he does an extremely strong Clothesline From Hell, like one he gave to Mr. Ass that made him spin several times through the air before he came down.
How about the one he gave to 2 Cold Scorpio outside the ring?
His match against Vader at Breakdown 1998, which was mostly a Curb-Stomp Battle in his favor. He even lifts and throws Vader several times.