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Re: Most emotional feud?

Jericho /michaels
Savage/ Roberts
Savage/Hogan
Savage/Roode
Michaels/Flair

Foley/Edge
Foley/Flair
Foley/ECW
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post #22 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-02-2010, 02:13 PM
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For WWE-only, and in no particular order, Foley/Triple H (2000), HBK/Jericho (2008), CM Punk/Jeff Hardy (2009), Savage/Hogan (1989), Savage/Flair (1992), Bret/Owen (1994), HBK/Undertaker (1997), Undertaker/Kane (1998), Austin/Bret (1996-1997)...

Many more.

I'm surprised many here are counting HBK/Flair (2008) as a feud. I thought it was an angle, but not an outright feud between the two.
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HHH/MICK FOLEY 09 for me one of the greatest feuds ever!
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post #24 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-02-2010, 02:47 PM
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I got into wrestling around 2000, so point me to any previous feuds high on the emotional list, gonna look back at Bret/Owen first methinks
Tommy Dreamer/Raven in ECW from about 1994 to 1997 and then a few years after Raven went back to ECW I think they renewed it for a while.
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Good shout with Cactus Jack vs ECW in 1995/1996. His anti-hardcore promos were just sublime!


Some that haven't been mentioned would be maybe HBK/Sid in late 1996, early 1997. At the time I couldn't see past the kayfabe but the inclusion of Jose added an extra bit of ... erm, something. Also, the begining of the Attitude era along with Bret/Austin.

Edge vs Matt Hardy in 2005 is certainly worth mentioning for obvious reasons.
Austin/Rock's 2003 'Mania match was very emotional but can't remember the feuds and promos.
Bret Hart vs Jerry "The King" Lawler got a bit emotional I thought when Bret's family was dragged into it.
I'd second Bret/Shawn in 2007 purely for the realism.
Bret Hart/Vince McMahon - nearly 10 years of animosity!
Vince/Hulk Hogan in 2003 - I could never tell if this was purely kayfabe or if there was a genuine disliking there.
Ric Flaire/Steamboat - each men was the other's antithesis with Flair the playboy and Ricky the family man.
Kurt angle vs Steve Austin I thought was elevated to a new level with that SummerSlam 2001 match.
Undertaker/McMahon in '03 is worth a mention as Vince threatened to have Taker's wife raped - awful angle and storyline and everything. Carbon copy of every other McMahon vs wrestler fued.
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Re: Most emotional feud?

Bret/Owen (1994), Triple H/Michaels (2002) and Edge/Matt (2005) are the first three to come to mind.

Cactus Jack and his anti-hardcore promos and Dreamer/Raven are also some honorable mentions from the original ECW.
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Re: Most emotional feud?

The recent Jericho/Michaels. I enjoyed it a lot.


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Props to DesolationRow, because I can't believe we had to get to page 3 before someone brought up Undertaker/Kane from 1997. That feud was amazing and incredibly emotional from all angles. The best work of Undertaker's career.

I mean, just watch this and tell me this wasn't one of the greatest angles ever:

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I'm surprised that nobody mentioned the Randy Orton vs. Rey Mysterio feud. That was a good feud.

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Re: Most emotional feud?

Raven/Sandman - ECW 1995
Raven/Tommy Dreamer - ECW 1995-hell present lol

Jericho/HBK from 2008 was epic and very emotional

Randy Savage/Ric Flair - WWF/WCW 1993 and 1995-1996

When I was a kid Sting beating Hogan was a HUGE DEAL TO ME!

Ricky Steamboat/Flair - 1980s

Funk/Flair - 89

Dean Malenko/Chris Jericho 1998

Savage/Roberts

HBK/Hart into Wrestlemana 12 with the boy hood dream stuff was great

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I'm surprised that nobody mentioned the Randy Orton vs. Rey Mysterio feud. That was a good feud.
Using Eddie Guerrero's death was in such poor taste that it killed the feud for me
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