Re: The angriest you ever got at a match result
In order to properly explain mine, a little back story is needed:
When Christian won the World Heavyweight Championship in 2011, classes were just ending for me in my sophomore year of college and my three roommates and I planned a vacation to Arizona for the week. My aunt lived down there and was very wealthy and lived in the nicer part of Phoenix, so we stayed there. We had no access to internet (well, okay we did, but we were barely ever at the home unless we were swimming there or using my aunts Netflix to binge watch Southpark). Before we left for vacation, we did watch Extreme Rules and all of us apart from Travis were big Christian fans (he liked him but he wasn't super crazy over him or anything), so we were happy and excited.
We decided to spend our friday night of that week watching Smackdown to see Christian as World Champion for the first time on the show. Because we didn't use the internet all that much, none of us were aware that Christian had already lost the title a few days back to Randy Orton.
So we're sitting in the living room watching Smackdown, incredibly stoked to see Christian in a suit with the title on his shoulder looking like a proud champion. Teddy Long announces that Christian is defending the title against Orton and we're all a little confused and skeptical at this point. But we weren't too worried, as we felt that given the way they did the celebration for Christian at Extreme Rules, there was no way he was losing his title. So the match happens and we were enjoying what was turning into a great match.
Then the fantastic RKO counter happened, and for a second we were amazed at how well they executed it. But then immediately realized "Wait, what?!" and watched as the ref started counting. The ref hits the third count and the match ends and Randy Orton is announced the winner and the new champion.
All four of us are now sitting there with our jaws basically hitting the tables. None of us said a word as Orton was given the title. I am the first the move, and what I do will go down as one of the dumbest things I've ever done in my life. I have the remote in my hand and because I suddenly became incredibly frustrated, my natural instinct and reaction was to throw the remote in any random direction. I chuck the remote, not even looking at where I throw it, and I walk away from the room and go outside. One of my friends, Derrick, comes outside and tells me "Um, dude, you just broke something back there".
Turns out what I broke was a vase that my aunt got from her deceased Husband on their seventeenth anniversary...that he got her when they were vacationing in China.
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