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What was the greatest Heel moment you have ever wittnessed?
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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For me I would have to say it was when CM Punk smacked Jeff Hardy with his WHC, after Jeff had made his farewell speech. It showed that Punk was not sorry even slightly that he had just ended another mans career.
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The whole Brock Lesnar tormenting Zach Gowen, creepy shiz!
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:37 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Best in the past couple of years: Sgt. Slaughter guest-hosting Raw when they were up in Canada last year. He played the stereotypical proud (and ugly about it) American, and got the Canadian fans all worked up. He took an immense amount of heat. It was hilarious, though. I lol'd that whole show.































Best ever: When Hogan joined the NWO and did the ultimate heel turn. Imagine if Cena sticks around in this business for another 10 years as a super-face, then turns heel just when it looks like he's bound to wrestle his whole career as a face. That's basically how it was when Hogan turned. Huuuuge heat, and huge shock from the fans!
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:38 AM   #4 (permalink)
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The Undertaker throwing Mankind from the top of Hell In a Cell. Lesnar beating Gowen Punk disrespecting Jeff combined multiples by 10000 still looks pale compared to this:































http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTtZmdzv_L0
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:39 AM   #5 (permalink)
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The time Johnny claimed to have cancer was perhaps the greatest heel moment of all time.















To this very day,he is still a heel with no possibility of ever becoming a face.
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:39 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Go back to the mid 80's during the height of the original Four Horsemen's notoriety. It was in the middle of the years-long feud between the Horsemen and Dusty Rhodes. Dusty had been fighting the Horsemen in every type of match in the business, in singles, tag matches, and eventually War Games.































The Horsemen had kicked Ole Anderson out of the group (for being too focused on his son's amateur wrestling and not paying enough attention to the Horsemen business). Ole disappeared.































Dusty kept fighting the Horsemen, and mostly losing. Finally, out of desperation, he cut a promo on TV admitting that he couldn't beat the Horsemen by himself and nothing that he'd tried was working. He said he needed a low-down dirty dog to help him. Then he shocked everybody by asking Ole Anderson to be his partner! Ole didn't respond or appear on the show. Week after week Dusty made his appeal on TV for Ole to be his partner and help him get rid of the Horsemen.































Finally, Ole returned to TV. He came out to confront Dusty. He said that because the Horsemen had kicked him out of the group (among other things) that he would be Dusty's partner and they WOULD get rid of the Horsemen. Hell just froze over and pigs started flying everywhere! Two mortal enemies were now united with a common goal.































Match was set for the big arena show (this was before regular PPV events). Dusty and Ole vs Ric Flair and Tully Blanchard, cage match. In the couple of weeks before the event, Dusty and Ole did promos together. For the first and only time in his career the fans were cheering Ole Anderson!































Match time. Ole and Dusty get into the cage to a tremendous ovation. Flair and Blanchard follow. Arn Anderson and JJ Dillon are outside the cage. Cage door is locked, outside ref holding the key.































Match starts. Dusty does well in the beginning but soon the quick tags and double-teaming has him in trouble and he takes a tremendous beating from the Horsemen. Fans are rabid for the tag to Ole. Everybody wants to see Ole kick the Horsemen's butts. Finally! Hot tag to Ole and Ole comes into the ring...































...and immediately turns on Dusty, nailing him with a punch. Dusty goes down, fans are stunned! Flair and Blanchard run across and start stomping on Dusty. Ole joins in. Outside the cage, JJ Dillon hits the ref with his shoe and takes the key to the cage door. He and Arn go into the cage and lock the door behind them.































Dusty Rhodes is now locked inside a cage alone with all five Horsemen! And they proceed to deliver the most brutal and savage beating I've ever seen one man endure in pro wrestling. Other wrestlers try to get in the cage but the Horsemen just keep knocking them off the cage. Shortly, FANS start trying to climb the cage to help Dusty. The Horsemen knock them off the cage, too. And Dusty is beaten into a bloody pile of flesh and bones. The fans are about to riot!































This was taped from the arena event and shown on WCW's regular TV show. They didn't show how the Horsemen were able to escape without the fans tearing them apart or how the police contained the fans to keep them from rioting and tearing the building down.































This was long before the internet and spoiler sites ruining things like this. Nobody saw it coming. The Horsemen had screwed Ole over and kicked him out of the group and everybody was convinced that Ole WOULD help Dusty. It was a masterful performance from Dusty, the Horsemen, and WCW.































It was the single greatest double-doublecross I've ever seen. The Horsemen would have been torn to pieces then lynched if the fans had been able to get their hands on them!
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:39 AM   #7 (permalink)
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The beggining of the nWo storyline in WCW.































Hulk Hogan turning heel. Biggest shocker in the history of professional wrestling.
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Old 25 Feb 2010, 01:40 AM   #8 (permalink)
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When Shawn Micheals superkicked his long-time partner and friend Marty Jannetty on Pipers Pit thru a window. That was the beginning of Shawn's stardom.
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Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H are beating down The Hardy Boyz.Lita comes in and gets a Pedigree by Triple H.Then Stone Cold Steve Austin,gets a chair and starts hitting Lita with the chair while she is on top of Matt Hardy.Then starts hitting her in the gut with the chair,then a Stunner to Lita.































A Really sick moment on RAW and for Stone Cold and Triple H.































Check it out on Youtube.Very Brutal.
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Best heel moment ever: Hulk Hogan does the unthinkable and turns on the Hulkamaniacs. The begining of Hollywood Hulk Hogan and the NWO. Great stuff! Shocking! Changed the world of pro wrestling forever and made WCW the #1 wrestling company in the world.
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for me personally was when randy orton knocked out and kissed stephanie on the lipsin the ring in front of HHH while he was tied up....I would KILL if someone did that to me and my wife
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Thinkin outside the obvious am goin with the 2009 Royal Rumble, when Matt Hardy smashed Jeff Hardy with a steel chair costin his brother the WWE Championship against Edge.
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