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I got to say, that title is open to interpetation. I expected to see a far different idea of what the worst moment was/is. For me:

Wrestling's worst real-life moment (which I originally thought this was) would have to be the death of Owen Hart. Never before or since have I been affected emotionally as much as his accident in the ring and having to hear his death announced live on PPV. A close second would be the passing of Eddie Guerrero, just for the fact that he was one of my favorite wrestlers and that I had really believed he had finally turned his life around.

Wrestling's worst scripted moment (which is where I think your robocop entry would fall in) would definitely be David Arquette winning the WCW title. Second would be anytime Steve 'Mongo' McMichael was anywhere near a wrestling ring.




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The Ultimate Warrior. Everything he did was rediculous to an umpteenth degree.



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I dont see arquette as a problem, it could have been done better, but having a fluke champion (especially one with no experience) is a good story, if done correctly.

Chucky harrassing Scott Steiner was the ugliest scripted moment i can remember
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I always thought that David Arquette tried hard to make the gimmick work. His promo after beating DDP had dick-heel written all over it. I've always believed that, given a chance, he could have been successful. I think the fans and the IWC were far too hard on him.

Worst moment ever was when Vince McMahon bought WCW.



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No Chris Benoit mention yet? I guess it's not really considered a true "wrestling moment" but WWE's name really got dragged in the mud over that one.



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