1992 - Six Man Tag Match - Bret and the Bushwhackers vs The Mountie and the The Nasty Boys. Just the sight of seeing Bret doing the Bushwhacker Walk and Taunt.
The 1997 Royal Rumble. In the middle of the match, it's just Bret and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin in the ring going at it. Jerry Lawler's number is called up, and he just so happens to be doing commentary that night. Jerry makes a big show of getting up from the booth, taking his headset off and climbing in the ring..... only for Bret to knock him out of the ring in five seconds and go right back to working on Austin.
Arguably, Bret did one better a couple years earlier during a battle royal on Superstars.The 1-2-3 Kid and The British Bulldog knock Jerry from the ring, but Jerry has the presence of mind to touch the floor with one foot - remember, both feet have to hit the floor. Jerry milks this, until Bret calmly comes out with a shit-eating grin on his face, stalks Jerry around the ring, and stomps on his foot to mark Jerry's elimination for real. And then he just kicks his ass.
Goldberg coming out to hit Bret with the spear, causing both men to crumple to the mat and not get up. Bret recovers first, turning Goldberg over and self-counting an unofficial pinfall, and then he reveals that he was wearing a metal plate beneath his hockey jersey.
Battling Vince McMahon at WrestleMania, with the Hart family at ringside. Vince thought he had the Hart family paid off, but he found out the hard way that that was most assuredly not the case. What followed was a hilarious beatdown of Vince by everyone at ringside, until finally Bret put him in the Sharpshooter and Vince tapped out.
Bret visited Ottawa for the July 8, 2014, episode of Main Event, appearing on Chris Jericho's "Highlight Reel". When he goes through his list of favorite rivalries and ends with Shawn Michaels, HBK's music comes on. Out pops Damien Sandow pretending to be HBK. Bret decks him with one punch, puts him in a Sharpshooter, and Jericho tells them to ring the bell, alluding to the Montreal Screwjob. (Not that Sandow wasn't tapping already...)