1. Foley wins the belt. (Still wish JR was there for commentary instead of Cole) 2. Jericho's debut 3. Foley visits McMahon in hospital 4. Austin attacks Bret Hart in ambulance 5. Bischoff on RAW for first time
- Austin-Tyson confrontation, January 1998. - Chris Jericho's debut (I still mark out for it whenever I watch Break Down The Walls) - The Rock's promo after No Way Out - ECW resurrection, July 2001. - The debut of the Radicalz - Bret Hart turning on the US in 1997. - Sid's return in 1996 (Call me crazy, but I marked HUGE for this at the time). Of course, I had no internet back in the day... - 10-man tag in Dallas. - HHH interrupting the Test/Stephanie wedding. - Jericho beating HHH and holding the WWF title for 17 minutes. - Austin attacking Bret in ambulance. - Brock Lesnar's debut, and his second appearance, where I was there in person. - Benoit/Jericho beating Austin/HHH for the WWF tag titles. - Raw/Nitro simulcast
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(edited by MARTYEWR on 15.5.03 1331) Martin Kipp: Extreme Warfare Revenge Creative Member
Most will NOT agree with some of mine but I must be honest nonetheless.
1. NWO debut at No Way Out 2002. 2. HBK returning last year with NWO(I did backflips all over the room). 3. Nash recently returning on Raw rescuing HBK. (I can just sense the pelts of garbage coming my way.) 4. Triple H dumping Stephanie at vow renewal wedding(if only life could imitate art? lol). 5. Edge & Christian win at TLC 2, WMXVII. 6. Raw/Nitro simulcast. 7. Undertaker's return at Judgement Day 2000.
I marked pretty hard when Foley came out as Cactus Jack, to set up those two memorable matches with Helmsley, which if memory serves, were a Street Fight and a Hell in the Cell. Helmsley sold CJ like he was seeing a ghost. Pretty good stuff.
Simple way to make me happy: 2003 World Series Champions, Your Boston Red Sox
I thought that the Benoit/Jericho vs Austin/HHH match was one of the more entertaining matches i've seen ever.
From that opening thought of "no way are Benoit/Jericho gonna win," to the "wow, maybe they got a chance" to the near falls, to the crowd being jacked up for the last moments, I was literally on my feet yelling at the TV for those last couple of minutes. truly a well booked and entertaining match, with everyone involved having talent; and most importantly, the right people won in the end, thus giving it that "happy ending/big upset" feel.
Mine are: 1.Jericho's debut 2.I don't know who remembers this, but when the New Age Outlaws pretended to be in the Corporation but helped X-Pac and HHH win a tag match against the Big Bossman and Shamrock at the end of the night 3.When Jericho "won" the title, I jumped on my bed and cheered like a little girl, then sort of withered 17 minutes later 4.Mick Foley winning the title
"What about you? What about Raisin?"-Chris Jericho to Raven
Originally posted by Vega14kApril 2000 - Chris Jericho beats HHH for the WWF Championship in an awesome match and the entire arena absolutely ERUPTS.
thats mine too, and my most recent was when the dusted off the record player an played real american for mr america's debut, i jumped off my couch and did the hogan posedown, i was 6 years old all over again
my markout moments in no specific order: 1. WWF buys WCW 2. Foley Wins the Title 3. Lance is the first WCW invader on RAW (someone said 2nd, but i'm pretty sure he was the first official "invader" followed by Hugh Morris) 4. Jericho Debut 5. DX portrays the NOD (the moment I saw them come out, I really did get up and was just going crazy)
I completley marked-out when they announced RVD as the new WWE Undisputed Champion last year. Of course, I threw my TV out the window when they reversed the decision! (Yeah, I'm an RVD mark. Sue me. Rape me. Kill me. Accuse me of having bad psychology and not being able to sell. I still love the guy.)
-Chris Jericho debuts -Chris Benoit wins WCW Championship [Souled Out '00] -Tazz debuts -The Radicalz invade the WWF -Cactus Jack backdropped through the cell -Angle's moonsault off the cage -Benoit wins the title!...no wait, Foley overturns it!
Quest for Lord Stanley's Cup The Final Four New Jersey Devils vs. Ottawa Senators Minnesota Wild vs. Anaheim Mighty Ducks
I found this disturbingly entertaining. I don't know if they ever told us what "Little Johnnie" was, but this might actually make Heidenreich interesting as opposed to just waiting for him to miss a spot and maim someone.