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Greatest Pro Wrestling Match Ever

Post by Shaft » Saturday, 07 July 2007, 21:07 PM

OK, there's been lots of pro wrestling talk lately, so let's talk about the best match you have ever seen. I'll start.

The greatest wrestling match ever was Rob Van Dam vs. Jerry Lynn at the Hardcore Heaven 1999 PPV. This one the only time I ever thought someone was going to out wrestle RVD. Both men were hurt pretty bad. Jerry Lynn actually suffered a skull fracture about a third of the way into the match. He was out cold and RVD dragged his lifeless body back into the ring. The match is available on the ECW Extreme Evolution DVD.

As far as the most hardcore, hands down it is Sabu vs Terry Funk barbed wire match. Undertaker vs. Mick Foley was nothing compared to this match.
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Post by Ghost Rider » Saturday, 07 July 2007, 21:44 PM

My all time favorite was The Undertaker VS. Mankind in the hell in the cell match it was years back at one of the big events. Undertaker chokedslamed Mankind threw the top of the cell.And threw him off the cell, I know its fake but man Ol Mick Foley is one tuff S.O.B. as the Stone Cold one would say.

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Post by BOOTYMONSTER » Saturday, 07 July 2007, 23:25 PM

flair vs ricky steamboat 90 min match to a draw .
wahoo McDaniels vs abdula the butcher for the hard core match even though they didnt call them hard core then . how could two people bleed so much and not have to have some replaced ?

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Post by coondog » Sunday, 08 July 2007, 4:50 AM

hulk hogan versus the ultimate warrior.remember the sheik and pamparo ferpo?

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Post by YO-YO » Sunday, 08 July 2007, 5:29 AM

Aah The Von Erik's You Texas guy's should remember them
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Post by Popcorn501 » Sunday, 08 July 2007, 6:34 AM

Stone Cold Steve Austin the baddest SOB to ever wrestle

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Post by YO-YO » Sunday, 08 July 2007, 6:38 AM

Andy Kaufman and Jerry the King Lawler
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Post by lonewolf » Sunday, 08 July 2007, 7:20 AM

So many great matches as mentioned hell in a cell taker vs mankind. Any match with flair and steamboat instant classic and flair vs terry funk the match where funk had to call flair the better man. I wish we could have seen flair vs hogan in there prime though.

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Post by Sheriff Bart » Sunday, 08 July 2007, 20:17 PM

George the animal Steele :shock:

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Post by Shaft » Sunday, 08 July 2007, 21:09 PM

Ghost Rider wrote:My all time favorite was The Undertaker VS. Mankind in the hell in the cell match it was years back at one of the big events. Undertaker chokedslamed Mankind threw the top of the cell.And threw him off the cell, I know its fake but man Ol Mick Foley is one tuff S.O.B. as the Stone Cold one would say.
The choke slam on top of the cell where Mick Foley fell through the cell and landed in the ring was not fake, nor was it planned. <Foley falling off the top of the cage and landing on the announcer's table was.> What was so amazing was that he kept on going.

Still, as extreme as that was, it was not as good as the Terry Funk vs. Sabu barbed wire match.
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Post by coondog » Monday, 09 July 2007, 0:52 AM

yea,old George the The Animal Steele.he was cool.he use to be a high school football coach not far from me here in the Great Lakes.

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Post by nightrider » Monday, 09 July 2007, 5:20 AM

undertaker vs shawn michaels ( hell in the cell )

dx vs vince,shane, big show ( never forget vinces head getting shoved in big shows gluteus maxims )

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Post by Duck Commander » Thursday, 19 July 2007, 8:59 AM

Von Erik's by far they are legends 8)
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Post by BOOTYMONSTER » Thursday, 19 July 2007, 10:34 AM

its not the greatest but shane-o-mac (shane mcmahon) had a heck of a match with kurt angle where shane through him through glass after a few failed attempts . angle kept hitting the glass harder and harder........you could tell he was really feeling it . putting the mcmahon name aside........shane is very talented in the ring .

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Post by Popcorn501 » Thursday, 19 July 2007, 16:12 PM

Greatest Pro match ever was Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Shawn Michaels at wrestle mania when Stone Cold beat the living hell out of michaels to one his first world title!!!!!! Best match ever!!!!

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Post by Shaft » Friday, 20 July 2007, 9:45 AM

I saw Shawn Michaels wrestle a match in San Antonio a few years after that. This was supposed to be his last match ever. <I think he stayed out of the ring for at least 5 years after that.> He totally beat the crap out of the guy worked with in the ring. Much better match than with Stone Cold. Keep in mind, Stone Cold won the title because Shawn Michaels needed back surgery. Shawn couldn't wrestle to his full potential back then. Good match but not his greatest.

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Post by Popcorn501 » Friday, 20 July 2007, 12:01 PM

Shawn Michaels is a punk!!!! Bottom line is Stone Cold beat his gluteus maxims!!!!! And thats the bottom line cause stone cold said so!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by the bandit43 » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 8:56 AM

undertaker vs undertaker summerslam in 94

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Post by white devil » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 11:41 AM

tables, ladders, and chairs with the Hardy Boys. Never really a fan of theirs but this was some of the most dangerous stunts I have ever seen in any sport.

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Post by 998 » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 12:05 PM

We cant forget about RIC FLAIR he been in a few good one in my days back in the 80's
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Post by y2rescue109 » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 12:54 PM

how bout the Montreal screw job and the Four Horse men

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Post by wood eye » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 15:09 PM

Based on the age posted in your profile. You wouldn't know the names anyhow. But the old guys were very good and fun to watch.
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Post by Unit 243 » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 15:22 PM

How about the Match that started the explostion. Andre The Giant and Hulk Hogan and the Hulk Body slamd the Giant, and Andre was in pain the whole match and Hulk at one point asked him if he wanted to stop and he said the show must go on. Hulk went on and took the Belt and took the Industry to a new level.

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Post by y2rescue109 » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 17:33 PM

i was referring to Brett (The Hitman) Hart, Ric (The Nature Boy) Flair, Arn & Ole Anderson, and Tully Blanchard

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Post by Shaft » Sunday, 31 August 2008, 22:18 PM

Unit 243 wrote:How about the Match that started the explostion. Andre The Giant and Hulk Hogan and the Hulk Body slamd the Giant, and Andre was in pain the whole match and Hulk at one point asked him if he wanted to stop and he said the show must go on. Hulk went on and took the Belt and took the Industry to a new level.

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That was a big match for wrestling, a big match for both men's careers, but it wasn't that great of a match. Keep in mind that neither of them were good wrestlers, but Andre's size and Hogan's charisma made good shows.
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Post by coondog » Monday, 01 September 2008, 3:18 AM

Shaft wrote:
Unit 243 wrote:How about the Match that started the explostion. Andre The Giant and Hulk Hogan and the Hulk Body slamd the Giant, and Andre was in pain the whole match and Hulk at one point asked him if he wanted to stop and he said the show must go on. Hulk went on and took the Belt and took the Industry to a new level.

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That was a big match for wrestling, a big match for both men's careers, but it wasn't that great of a match. Keep in mind that neither of them were good wrestlers, but Andre's size and Hogan's charisma made good shows.
i went to that event.the attendence was like 94.000.00 plus at the Pontiac Silver Dome.even though it was planned for Hogan to win, Andre was in so much pain that when Hogan tried to slam him the first time and Andre ended up on top the ref did count to 3 but with the planned outcome they let it go on.Andre just couldn"t ease up to let Hogan get his shoulder up because of his pain.

YouTube has all the great old time wrestling.cool to see the Bruiser,Crusher,Pampero Ferpo,The Shiek,and so on.

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Post by 350v8s10 » Monday, 01 September 2008, 8:53 AM

IMHO, there was no 'one' great match, but several greatest matches. In the 1960's I was an avid wrestling fan. I would go to the live matches at Chicago's Comisky Park (White Sox). It was commonly held that pro wrestling was fake, but it remains a mystery to me how anyone could fake throwing an opponent over the top rope and land in the steel chairs some 5 rows out.

As far as a great match goes, one of the best was Wladek "Killer" Kowalski verses "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers. Killer Kowalski later teamed with Gino "Gorilla Monsoon" Morella to be an awesome championship tag team.

Other championship tag team favorites of mine were: **Censored** "**Censored** the Bruiser" Afflis and Reggie "Crusher" Lisowski along with Johnny Valentine and Cowboy Bob Ellis.

It was my distinct pleasure to meet many of those personalities. Makes for fond memories.

In the 1980s, I met many of the then current stars as I was a motorcycle officer assigned to escort them to matches in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. In addition, during the week, a few signed autographs on the bottom of my traffic citations (as in the von Erics - I think I caught them all - and the Dingo Warrior / AKA The Ultimate Warrior).

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Post by Shaft » Monday, 01 September 2008, 9:13 AM

350v8s10 wrote: In the 1980s, I met many of the then current stars as I was a motorcycle officer assigned to escort them to matches in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. In addition, during the week, a few signed autographs on the bottom of my traffic citations (as in the von Erics - I think I caught them all - and the Dingo Warrior / AKA The Ultimate Warrior).
Ah yes, if you lived in DFW in the 80's then the Von Erichs were a household name. And Jim Hellwig will always be known as the Dingo Warrior in my mind.
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Post by Pro-Tech » Monday, 01 September 2008, 9:22 AM

I could never get into wrestling because it is fake. I remember someone posting a match were there was a ghost involved and thousands of fans going crazy like there was a real match going on. I couldn't watch more than 45 seconds of it. I assume who ever won that match win or loose that the human wrestler got the prize money. 8)

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Post by Four » Monday, 01 September 2008, 10:08 AM

has to be the 2003 survivor series goldberg vs. HHH..

Goldberg retains the world heavyweight championship even after the interference of all of evolution with the ref "unconscious"...

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Post by the bandit43 » Monday, 01 September 2008, 10:15 AM

y2rescue109 wrote:i was referring to Brett (The Hitman) Hart, Ric (The Nature Boy) Flair, Arn & Ole Anderson, and Tully Blanchard
brett was never a horsemen.. your thinking of dean malenko

In September 1998, Malenko became a part of the final incarnation of Ric Flair's Four Horsemen stable.[45] They feuded with the nWo, particularly Eric Bischoff. Malenko and Benoit also battled the West Texas Rednecks (Curt Hennig and Barry Windham) during this period. At SuperBrawl IX, they lost to Rednecks in the finals of a tag team tournament for the vacant World Tag Team Championship.[46][47] However, at Uncensored 1999, they defeated Rednecks in a lumberjack match to win the WCW World Tag Team Championship.[48][9] Two weeks later, they lost the titles to Rey Mysterio, Jr. and Billy Kidman.[49]

then the new horsemen

RIC FLAIR (THE MENTOR)
HHH (THE BRAINS)
RANDY ORTON (THE LOOK)
BATTISTA (THE MUSCLE)

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Post by white devil » Monday, 01 September 2008, 10:54 AM

Wow you guys bring back some memories. The Von Erichs were filling Texas stadium back in the late 70s early 80s. Those guys were always accessable to their fans. One of there "body guards" was a guy named Bill who owned a Yamaha shop but lived for the "body guard" job. Dingo Warrior had a wife or girlfriend named Terry who was about as gorgeous a women I have ever seen. She was always a sweet heart. Anyway all of the wrestling crowd was in and out of the motorcylce shop on any given day. They were some of the nices people I ever met. And there was Gentleman Chris Adams. Wonder where they all have gone to?

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Post by the bandit43 » Monday, 01 September 2008, 13:20 PM

then he became the ultimate warrior

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Post by 350v8s10 » Monday, 01 September 2008, 15:06 PM

A little research shows that Dingo Warrior/Ultimate Warrior Jim Hellwig 'retired' in the late 1990s and stayed out of the limelight until two months ago when he came out of 'retirement' and wrestled a match in Barcelona, Spain, which he won.

I recall once when I was standing outside his vehicle when he opened the door. I was about eye level with his calf (he was wearing shorts). I don't think I have ever seen anyone else's muscles quite as impressive.

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Post by the bandit43 » Monday, 01 September 2008, 15:18 PM

him and vince had a falling out

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Ok here is a real major upset

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Mulkey Brothers vs The Gladiators August 11th 1987 time frame for a spot in the CROCKET SR MEMORIAL CUP

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They were 0 WINS - 180 LOSSES untill this life changing match.

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Post by slydog » Monday, 01 September 2008, 16:44 PM

Rosie Odonnell and Bill O'Reilly....that was a good one.
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Post by Shaft » Monday, 01 September 2008, 18:42 PM

white devil wrote:Wow you guys bring back some memories. The Von Erichs were filling Texas stadium back in the late 70s early 80s. Those guys were always accessable to their fans. One of there "body guards" was a guy named Bill who owned a Yamaha shop but lived for the "body guard" job. Dingo Warrior had a wife or girlfriend named Terry who was about as gorgeous a women I have ever seen. She was always a sweet heart. Anyway all of the wrestling crowd was in and out of the motorcylce shop on any given day. They were some of the nices people I ever met. And there was Gentleman Chris Adams. Wonder where they all have gone to?
All but one of the Von Erichs (Kevin) and Chris Adams are dead.
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Post by y2rescue109 » Monday, 01 September 2008, 19:25 PM

i was referring to Bret (The Hitman) Hart in his match with shawn Michaels, i kno he wasnt part of The Four Horsemen

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Post by f-250ford » Monday, 01 September 2008, 23:03 PM

The best match of them all was when it all really got started.


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Post by coondog » Wednesday, 03 September 2008, 0:20 AM

for the ones that liked Killer Kowalski,he just died.

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Post by Beercanman » Wednesday, 03 September 2008, 5:46 AM

Yo that wrestleing is **Censored**, switch to UFC, real men really fighting.

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Post by caveman215 » Wednesday, 03 December 2008, 21:10 PM

WWE Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Eddie Guerrero
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Post by Part Time » Wednesday, 03 December 2008, 21:30 PM

Too many to mention, and I have been in and out watching WWE through out my life. One good match that I do recall, and yes there were thousands of better matches, but I really enjoyed watching the Jeff Hardy vs. The Undertaker in Taker's first ladder match on Raw a few years back.

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Post by natureboy757 » Friday, 05 December 2008, 3:08 AM

back in the day i seen jyd vs hacksaw jim in jackson miss. and that was the best to me.


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