The match between The Ultimate Warrior and Macho Man Randy Savage at WrestleMania VII, where the loser would have to retire, was one of the best of either man's career. The stakes were huge, the match was amazing, and what happened after the match was one of the most heartwarming things in WWF history. For those who dont know, a bruised and beaten Savage was being assaulted by his own valet Sensational Sherri Martel, but is saved by his former manager Miss Elizabeth whom he hadnt been seen with since his heel turn two years before. The two reunite, and for the first time, are shown on screen as a romantic couple.
The end of the opening to WrestleMania XX, with Shane holding his one month old son Declan and Vince looking ever the proud grandfather.
A combo on this one. Connor "The Crusher" Michalek, a terminally ill 8 year-old, wanted to meet Bryan, his favorite wrestler. Vince McMahon made it happen, inviting him and his father to WrestleMania XXX and giving them front row tickets. The first thing Bryan did after leaving the ring was walk over and give Connor a hug and tell him that he meant a lot to him.
Overlapping with tearjerker; Connor died only a few weeks after the event.
Overlapping with tearjerker AND awesome; in 2015, Connor was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as the first ever recipient of the Warrior award, to be given to those who display strength and perseverance and live with courage and compassion, embodying the spirit of The Ultimate Warrior. Daniel Bryan himself inducted Connor, along with Warrior's widow, Dana Warrior.
Apparently, when Undertaker lost to Lesnar, security officials told crying children that the match "didn't count."
The Rock, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan, the three biggest faces in WWE history, toasting each others careers at the start of the event. Especially poignant, as it was only the second time the three had been in the ring together - They previously took part in a three-on-two handicap match on an episode of Raw prior to WrestleMania X8, when Hogan was still part of the nWo, so the segment marked the first time that the trio had in the same ring in their iconic face personas.
WrestleMania 31: Daniel Bryan being applauded by a bevy of former Intercontinental Champions backstage after the Ladder Match - including, in a bit of Retroactive Tear Jerkingness, Roddy Piper's last WrestleMania AND WWE TV appearance.
"Thank you so much."
Zack Ryder's dad hopping the rail and hugging his son after Z won the Intercontinental Championship. Also, Zack's Ascended Fanboyhood going full circle after getting to have a photo backstage with Scott Hall and the Championship title (Zack had shared a story about watching the WrestleMania X Ladder Match between Hall and Shawn Michaels). Remember that Ryder wasn't even supposed to be in the match (replacing Adrian Neville 3 weeks before the show began when Neville sprained his ankle in a match against Chris Jericho), making the win unexpected on so many levels. Also, the reason he was champion? The other seven contestants in the match told the writers that Zack Ryder deserved a happy moment. "You Deserve It" doesn't even begin to describe this.
Shane McMahon being accompanied to the ring by his sons.
John Cena proposes to Nikki Bella after their victory over Miz and Maryse. She said yes. Even a lot of the anti-Cena crowd was cheering.
The absolute reverence shown towards The Undertaker by the fans at the conclusion of Wrestlemania 33. For just a moment all of the endless hatred for Roman Reigns vanished as the fans were barely even able to get a Thank You Taker chant going, instead many simply falling silent in respect... if not openly crying.