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What Was The Most Memorable Match/Moment Of (Wrestler's) Career? (Read First Post)

This is how this works. I'm going to name a wrestler, and the next person who replies is going to name what they think is the most memorable match or moment of that person's career, for better or worse. Whatever on screen event you feel people most remember them for.

Then give at least a brief explanation of why you think this.

Then you say name another wrestler, the next person answers, names another wrestler, and so on. Names can be repeated, but the same person should not answer a name more than once.

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The Undertaker

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Badd Blood: In Your House. First-ever Hell in a Cell match, amazing and brutal match against the GOAT HBK, the debut of Undertaker's half-brother Kane.

Bret Hart

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The match Bret is most remembered for is the Montreal Screw Job. It was probably the most controversial match in WWF history.


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Vengeance 2001 - he defeated the two Attitude Era top guys in back-to-back matches to become the first-ever Undisputed Champion.

Owen Hart

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Vengeance 2001 - he defeated the two Attitude Era top guys in back-to-back matches to become the first-ever Undisputed Champion.

Owen Hart
I'd like to say the opening match of Wrestlemania X where he beat Bret but It's probably the match where he broke Austin's neck.

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The most memorable match of Dusty Rhodes's WWE career was probably WWE's first ever inter gender match at WrestleMania 6.

Ken Shamrock
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vs. The Rock WM 14

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vs. The Rock WM 14

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I'm going to say beating Flair at the 1990 Great American Bash. He finally wins the World Heavyweight Championship after coming ever so close so many times.

I know people will say it's his return match with Hogan but that was anti-climatic after a year of build and had an unnecessary screwy finish.


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Easily against Bret at Summerslam 92 at Wembley.

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Edit- For Dean Malenko I'll say against Eddie Guerrero in ECW when they went to a time limit draw. Over the years in WWE that match got talked about more than any other Malenko match, mostly because of Eddie's popularity and passing.

British Bulldog's most memorable match has to main eventing Summer Slam 92 against Bret Hart. Probably the most memorable Summer Slam match ever. The home country crowd was electric.

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