During Bret Hart's feud with Vince Mc Mahon, a woman accidentally backs her car into Hart's limo as he was getting in, severely injuring his left leg in the process. McMahon would then spend the following weeks verbally abusing Hart, until he finally managed to goad him into a No Holds Barred match for Wrestlemania XXVI. During the contract signing, Hart then reveals that the limo accident and the subsequent leg injury were nothing more than an elaborate con to manipulate McMahon's ego and trap himself into a match with a supposed cripple.
Part of Carlito's gimmick is to bite into an apple and then spit it into a person's face. One time, he attempted this on The Big Show, only for Show to steal the apple and Neck Lift him. Show decides to beat him at his own game and bites into the apple, only to collapse. Carlito explains that he saw this coming, and poisoned the apple. He then beats up the weakened Big Show. If Show didn't decide to use the apple, who knows how this situation would have turned out.
Raven is a master of this; he manipulates people's hopes, dreams, fears, and desires to the point of becoming a Dark Messiah to his followers.
Jerry Lawler pulls off a masterful one on Michael Cole on the May 16th, 2011 edition of Raw. Jerry, after accepting a match with Cole at Over The Limit, tells Cole that he doesn't respect him... but does respect Cole's DragonJack Swagger for being a former world champion and great wrestler. He then says Cole's made Swagger nothing but his sidekick. Michael Cole responds by gloating about how being his sidekick has made Jack a much greater star and no one remembers that he used to be world champion... with Jack Swagger right in the ring. The result is a seriously ticked off Swagger telling Jerry Do With Him as You Will and abandoning Cole. Jerry's reaction pretty much confirms this was a ploy to use Michael's own ego to isolate him from his own ally.
The aforementioned Hitman used one to win the WWF Championship at Summer Slam 1997 from The Undertaker. Shawn Michaels, the guest referee, confronted him about a chair he'd wedged into the corner earlier, which led to Hart spitting in his face. HBK swung the chair and accidentally hit Taker when Hart ducked, which in turn allowed Hart to make the cover for which Michaels had to count. This isn't necessarily the Batman Gambit worth mentioning here though. That would be the TNA rendition 14½ years later. At Against All Odds 2012, TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Roode had to defend his title in a four-way match against Jeff Hardy, James Storm, and Bully Ray, with authority figure Sting, who Roode hasn't been very fond of for good reason, as the special enforcer. After the match spiraled into chaos and the referee was knocked down, Roode brought in the world title to try to hit Hardy with it, only for Sting to cut him off and take the belt from him. Let's just say, masterful evil goading and gloating ensued.
Randy Orton's revenge scheme against Triple H incorporated this trope. Several losses he and his minions suffered at the hands of The Game in the course of their feud were purportedly to heighten his false sense of control and leave him vulnerable to far more devastating reprisals (in particular a degrading attack on his wife).
And now Kane claims he's had a similar plan to surpass his (kayfabe) brother The Undertaker as "the Devil's favorite demon," with his plan having first been enacted thirteen years ago after his first loss to Taker.
JBL once appeared in the TitanTron and mocked Chris Masters, goading him into a fight in the parking lot. When Masters arrives, JBL reveals he had no intention of fighting him, he was just separating Edge and Lita from their bodyguard. In the ring, Rey Mysterio Jr attacks the pair from behind.
In a Best 2 of 3 Falls match between Kurt Angle and Eddie Guerrero, Eddie was down 1 fall to none. However, he had knocked down and seriously dazed Kurt, but he couldn't score a pin because the ref was still incapacitated from a hit he took earlier in the match. With the ref out, Eddie went and grabbed a chair, with the obvious intent of getting a few shots in before the ref came to. As Eddie was about to clobber Kurt, the ref started to shake it off and get up. Eddie slammed the chair against the ring post, tossed the chair down next to where Kurt was laying, and then dropped to the mat to play dead. Kurt came to, grabbed the chair wondering where it came from, as the ref, who had hear the "chair shot," saw Eddie unconscious and Kurt holding the chair. The ref awarded Eddie a fall, thinking that Kurt had hit Eddie with the chair.