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The heat he got was immense! He had a whole lot of shit thrown at him.

I don't even think a John Cena heel turn can top that.

Have Cena go f'n psycho heel on 'Taker and break the streak. In the Cowboys Stadium.

It might just rival it.
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DDP joining the NWO 23 seconds only to hit Scott Hall with a Diamond Cutter. No one saw it coming and it put DDP over with the fans.
Damnit, I wish I could find this. One of the most awesome things to ever happen in WCW.


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Have Cena go f'n psycho heel on 'Taker and break the streak. In the Cowboys Stadium.

It might just rival it.
Now that would be insane!

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The most surprised I'd ever been was when Jericho beat Austin and the Rock to become Undisputed Champion. My friends and I were debating constantly about whether it would be Rock or Austin. When it turned out to be Jericho our minds were blown. We thought it was real at the time too so it was a surprise that a guy like Jericho could beat those two.

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Montreal Screwjob. No one saw that coming, and it doesn't get anymore real than that. It also spawned the heel Mr. McMahon character that played a huge role in helping the WWF beat WCW in the ratings war. If the Screwjob never happens, neither does "Mr. McMahon" and Austin doesn't have a heel promoter to feud with. The entire wrestling business would be different today. And it all started with the swerve in Montreal.
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1. Hogan heel turn
2. Austin heel turn at wm
3. Rock heel turn at ss

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Stephanie and Triple H being together at Armageddon 1999. And then the reasoning behind it on the following Raw.

So it seems at Summerslam, Brock lesnar wants a piece of me... should I be afraid? I mean, the man ended the streak after all. But I've fought the odds time and time again... I will NEVER BACK DOWN and I will NEVER QUIT! At SummerSlam, if it's a fight that you want, it's a fight you gon' get! So Lesnar!!!! IF YOU WANT SOME COME GET SOME!!! You're all about eat, sleep, conquer the streak. But me, I'm all about HUSTLE LOYALTY AND RESPECT, JACK! So WWE universe, you can rest assured because the CHAMP IZ HEEEURRRR!!!

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Kelly Kelly beating Beth Pheonix in her hometown of Buffalo at Night of Champions 2011. There were reports on the internet saying Beth would win the divas title in her hometown but Vince swerved the internet and Kelly Kelly retained her divas title in Beth's hometown and the crowd went nuts and totally got owned
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Anyway, the Montreal Screwjob and Hulk Hogan's Heel Turn.


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Teddy Long coming out to turn a tag-team match into a Fatal 4-way.
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Montreal Screwjob. No one saw that coming, and it doesn't get anymore real than that. It also spawned the heel Mr. McMahon character that played a huge role in helping the WWF beat WCW in the ratings war. If the Screwjob never happens, neither does "Mr. McMahon" and Austin doesn't have a heel promoter to feud with. The entire wrestling business would be different today. And it all started with the swerve in Montreal.
I just recently began watching some older years of wrestling, '97 in particular, and just finished that PPV. It made me realize how big of an impact the screw job really had. The realism of the situation, the anger from Bret, McMahon becoming the heel of the business, its just mind blowing.

What if they had allowed Bret to keep the belt then lose it the next night in Ottawa as planned? Would everything have gone the way it did? Bret was still going to jump ship to WCW.. but who knows..

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