Rick Rude on both Raw and Nitro the same night. I wasn't watching Raw at all during that time period and that is what got me back to watching an occasional Raw.
Bischoff entering as GM
The Benoit Tribute night. It was so surreal especially in light of the rumors we were already hearing.
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
#3) Val Venis - Choppy pee-pee - This was just the most insane thing I'd seen on wrestling up to that point. It was the moment I decided that Wrestling was a dark, dirty secret that I didn't want anyone else to know about.
#2) Undertaker's Black Wedding - After all the shit Vince and Austin were going through, seeing Austin come out and save Stephanie and then Vince comes out and mouths "Thank you." to Austin... it was a really cool moment. Of course, it was washed over shortly there after with more Evil Vince stuff, but it was visually cool to watch.
#1) (Tie) Owen tribute / Eddie Tribute - Both of these shows were equally fascinating and heart wrenching and I wish there wasn't a need for either of them, but it is what it is.
You know the moment that's been totally forgotten?
When John McCain, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama all made appearances on the Titantron during Raw when they were campaigning.
With all the "Did you Know?" facts about how much they matter, you'd think they might play up that the current president appeared on their show and stole the Rock's catchphrase "If you smell what Barack is cooking".
(added) Also-the moment when Marc Mero called Salvatore Sincere by his real name-Tom Brandi and called him a "jobber". That made it seem like anything was possible when watching this show.
Originally posted by WpobPunk singing "Happy Birthday" to Rey's daughter. Forgot about that one - saw it on another thread. That was an awesome moment. Total heel work with the whole crowd just wanting to kill Punk.
I don't think they are going anywhere with it. It seems to me that they're giving him the beginning stages of a Brock push, where they want him to kill people to get him over but would rather not sacrafice anyone with actual, you know, size.