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Happiest: the one I can think of right now: TNA going on the road and doing it successfully!
Saddest: John Morrison leaving WWE
Angriest: Watching wrestling fans defend Chris Benoits double murder

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Re: Happiest/Saddest/Angriest times of being a wrestling fan?

Saddest: Owen Harts death.

Happiest: seeing the British Bulldog at Summerslam 1992 at just 9 years old.

Angriest: Nothing really makes me angry, I dont take wrestling that seriously. I suppose I get disappointed alot, especially with bad booking.

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Angriest - When Christian lost the World Title days after he won it.
I thought it was a brilliant way to make Christian interesting again. They didn't capitalize on the opportunity though. He is one of my absolute favorites but he's a bland personality.

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Happiest: the one I can think of right now: TNA going on the road and doing it successfully!
Saddest: John Morrison leaving WWE
Angriest: Watching wrestling fans defend Chris Jerichos double murder
Chris Jericho certainly is a blood-thirsty maniac.

Happiest : THE GAME winning the WHC @ NYR 2005 in the GOAT Elimination Chamber, Punk's epic WWE Title Reign.

Saddest : Eddie's Death. No further explanation.

Angriest : There are a few. Cena going over GAME @ WRESTLEMANIA XXII, The Roid going over Cena @ WRESTLEMANIA XXVIII, The Roid going over Punk @ both PPVs this year





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happiest: punk winning MITB 2011
saddest: HBK/edge retiring
angriest: cena beating lesnar

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Re: Happiest/Saddest/Angriest times of being a wrestling fan?

Happiest: Seeing CM Punk's rise to main event status

Saddest: Tie between Eddies death and Benoits death (Say whatever you want, but if you don't looka t the last 72 hours of his life, he was one of the greatest technical wrestlers of all time. I don't agree with what he did, but I'm not going to pretend he didn't exist because of it.)

Angriest: WWE going borderline G in 2008-10. (stopping matches to clean hardway bloodied wrestlers, etc)



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Re: Happiest/Saddest/Angriest times of being a wrestling fan?

Happiest: Eddie and Benoit winning at WM 20
Saddest: The deaths of Eddie Benoit and his family
Angriest: The Nexus Storyline between October and December of 2010. They actually had a really good story set up, and they kept giving us some intriguing plot twist, which cena would promptly no-sell either the day after the ppv or by the next week.
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Re: Happiest/Saddest/Angriest times of being a wrestling fan?

Happiest: HBK's return in 2002, Jeff Hardy's return to WWE (was a pretty big Hardy fan back then), Rock's return, Brock Lesnar's return. Mostly its the returns because when they left I realized how much I missed them and maybe I had been taking them for granted when they were still fulltime, so when they came back I was pretty happy.

Saddest: Definitely Eddie's death. Benoit tragedy was more shocking but Eddie's death was the saddest moment ever as a wrestling fan.

Angriest: John Cena's constant overcoming the odds, beating all the favorites and never changing his character. But now its all good, now I have learned not to give a fuck about him... it took a long time to learn that though.

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Re: Happiest/Saddest/Angriest times of being a wrestling fan?

Happiest - Mick Foleys first world title

Saddest - watching over the edge '99

Angriest - the whole WCW invasion angle, everything about that made me angry, it could have been a fantastic period with dream matches, instead it was diluted down and i eventually gave no fucks, stopped watching wrestling then.
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