I wasn’t expecting to make the next one so soon but there’s a lot of people full of false courage out there.
List of clips…
Sabu vs. Black Tiger, NJPW Fighting Spirit Legend – Tag 14 1995
‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage vs. Ted Dibiase (Steel Cage Match), June 25th, 1988
Roddy Piper vs. Adrian Adonis, Wrestlemania III
Chris Jericho and some guy in Raw 2002
Ruckus vs. Jay Briscoe, CZW Out With The Old In With The New 2002
Shawn Michaels vs. Steve Austin, WWF King of The Ring 1997
JBL vs. The Undertaker, Summerslam 2004
Randy Orton and some guy in South Africa, 2012 (thanks to WWE’s YouTube Channel)
Jerry Lawler vs. Johnny Gunn, NWA April 23rd 1994 (thanks to Indy Wrestling Archive)
Kevin Steen vs. Max Boyer, IWS May 24th 2008 (thanks to Aidan Umpherson)
CM Punk and that one fan, WWE Monday Night Raw October 8th 2012 (thanks to DaJoel)
The Giant vs. Lex Luger, WCW Thunder May 1st 1998
‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage vs. The Zodiac, WCW Halloween Havoc 1995
PG-13 Mississippi Riot (thanks to Chron Bon John)
Eddie Guerrero vs. Rob Van Dam (Ladder Match), Monday Night Raw May 27th 2002
Codster9, SammichNow and george from macomb for suggesting and sending moments in.
Even better than the fan dancing on top of JBL’s limo is that the top of the limo was gimmicked to fall-apart when Undertaker slammed JBL on top of it. That fan must have weighed less than Colin Delaney to have not gone through it, but the idea of Undertaker throwing JBl through a broken roof and a drunk fan is a nice image. Would have been a fitting end to that dire match.
If a Special Olympian had interfered in a Steve Austin match a year later, Austin would have given the guy a stunner.
That Orton in South Africa clip is a head-fuck. OK, so the guy quit his job to attend the event and low-blow Orton with the idea of getting signed by WWE. Then WWE uploaded the handheld video clip onto their own YouTube channel, giving the impression they were going to sign the guy or it was an angle or something. Nothing happened, so I can only assume they uploaded the clip to make fun of the guy.
The fan trying to get at Jerry Lawler (no, I can’t figure out what Lawler’s saying either. Whattya want, it’s an indy clip from 1994) is the infamous Green Lantern Fan. If you don’t know know who that is, don’t worry about it.
As you can see from the clip, the guy Punk hits isn’t the guy pushing him. Ah well.
They cut out the Canadian pushing Eddy off the ladder from all the re-releases of the match. They must drink some shit up there in Canada-Land to make you want to go push Eddy Fucking Guerrero off a ladder.