If a show in WWE has a Spanish Announcers Table, rest assured that it will not survive the night. It was eventually lampshaded when the action neared the English-speaking commentators, and then one of them told the competitors that "The Spanish guys are over there."
In fact, it's been confirmed that the table is deliberately built to collapse on impact - something that Mick Foley credited with saving his life during that infamous Hell in a Cell match.
For a long while in WWE, every time the APA (Acolyte Protection Agency—Faarooq and JBL a.k.a. Bradshaw) tried to play cards, they ended up getting into a fight with someone, or something else somehow interrupted them. Eventually Bradshaw just yelped, "Can't we just finish one single game of cards?!"
Any time someone entered their "office", Faarooq and Bradshaw would yell at them to "use the door" which was set up in the middle of an otherwise open space.
When Edge & Christian first debuted in WWE, they were loner characters who would enter the arena from somewhere in the crowd. When they became tag team champions and turned heel, they stated that running through the crowds was "a bit much" and started entering through the stage instead. Even though they no longer entered through the crowd, every time their music hit, the cameras would still pan over the crowd as though looking for where they were going to enter before ultimately cutting to them walking down the ramp.
When Mick Foley released his first book, Have a Nice Day, it included 72 jokes at the expense of fellow wrestler Al Snow.
Foley got a bit of a comeuppance in Chris Jericho's second book, "Undisputed". Foley has never beaten Jericho in a match, a fact Jericho mentioned quite often. And speaking of Jericho...
U.S. Champ Dolph Ziggler constantly underestimates Zack Ryder whenever they face off against each other, yet Ryder ends up picking up the victory, whether thanks to Hugh Jackman, Mason Ryan, or even doing it on his own. Sure, Ziggler pinned Zack when the title was on the line (thanks to a Jack Swagger distraction, no less), but he's been pinned by the Long Island Iced Z everyothertime. Dude needs to get serious, bro.
Every time John Laurinaitis introduced himself, he always used his full title: "Mr. John Laurinaitis, Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and (Interim) General Manager of (Both) Raw (and SmackDown)."
In Pro Wrestling Guerilla, The Young Bucks would often start a match by superkicking the ring announcer, making everybody laugh. Eventually, the announcer got his revenge by dodging the attack and then flooring them both with a double clothesline.