Biggest facepalm moments in WWE history.

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Crayo, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. Post em'
     
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    This entire feud.
     
  3. The Great Khali.
     
  4. I was actually a fan of the Henry v Show feud concept, I thought Henry would continue his run and squash show. But that feud definitely deserves a place after Show buried him like 4 PPV's in a row.
     
  5. Kane manhandling Ryder for two months.
     
  6. Letting these two go.

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  7. I don't see how losing Morrison was a facepalm moment - he was embarrassing on the mic, decent in the ring but wasn't hardly over at all.

    Maybe Hardy since he was a draw.
     
  8. Jomo had potential imo, he did get over at times but they always buggered his push up. He would have been a great uppermidcarder for me. Jeff drew but always has the stigma of where is his next fuck up coming from.
     
  9. http://youtu.be/XcBOB_xGW5I

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kenAnJv0bgo&feature=related

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=340FMdHj24c

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve3-1zTcQOg

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve3-1zTcQOg

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQ2ouQy6tvw&feature=related

    There's a few real gems in there for you....
     
  10. HHH shagging the Katie Vick dummy

    Not pushing John Morrison

    Jeff Hardy jobbing to CM Punk on his last day in WWE

    Khali as champion
     
  11. How is Hardy putting over Punk on his way out a facepalm worthy moment?
     
  12. Jeff's WWE and WHC reigns were short as hell. So him going over Punk wasn't that bad of an idea.
    Punk wasn't in the business for too long back then, so it would be possible.
     
  13. Punk debuted in 2000 so had been in the business for just as long as Jeff and in the WWE for 3 years, proving himself as a major heel. Jeff's contract was up and he made no intention of renewing, so why put him over?
     
  14. I was talking about WWE, where he debuted in 2006.
     
  15. I mentioned that 3 years means he's far from new, so why put Jeff over in his last match?
     
  16. Why would anyone go over when they are on the way out with the company? Putting someone over in your last match is standard operating procedure.
     
  17. Didn't know it was his last match back then, bro.
    I'm sorry.
     
  18. Jeff was so much better than CM Punk. Jeff has more talent than CM Punk will ever have. I totally hated the fact Jeff had to job to CM Punk on his way out
     
  19. That's totally subjective but I've always found Punk to be a lot better in ring bar selling which Jeff was phenomenal at and on the mic I doubt many could form a case for Jeff being better but differing opinions here I guess.