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Posted 13 April 2012 - 07:40 PM

in the wacky world of wrestling, what where/are the greatest fueds the sport has seen in the past 35 years? Ive assembled my list of favorites in no paticuler order and over the next few days will rate them from least to greatest ever.

Steve Austin vs Bret Hart
Road Warriors vs Demolation
Lex Luger vs Ric Flair
Steve Austin vs Bret Hart
Sandman VS Raven
Triple H vs Undertaker
rock n roll express vs midnight express
triple H vs Mick Foley
Bret hart vs Shawn Micheals
Rob Van damm vs Sabu
sgt. Slaughter vs the iron Sheik
NWO vs WcW
Dusty Rhodes vs Tery Funk
Hulk Hogan vs Roddy Piper
Tery Funk VS Ric Flair
Undertaker vs Mick Foly (mankind)
hULK hOGAN VS Ric Flair
Undertaker vs Kane
Freebirds vs Von Erichs
Andre the giant vs Hulk Hogan
Rick Flair vs dusty rhodes
Ric Flair vs Sting
Rick Flair vs Ricky Steamboat
edge & Christian vs The Hardy Boyz
Bruno Sammeritono VS larry Zybysko

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 08:05 PM

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 03:06 PM

Good question.

There are A LOT and I'll probably forget some.

Austin vs McMahon
WCW vs nWo
Bret Hart vs Stone Cold Steve Austin
The Hart Foundation vs America (vs Austin, vs HBK etc)
Mankind vs The Rock
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs The Rock
Bret Hart vs Shawn Michaels
Kurt Angle vs Chris Benoit (mostly cause their matches vs each other were so awesome)
The Rock vs Triple H
Shawn Michaels vs Undertaker
Shawn Michaels vs Triple H
Edge vs John Cena
Mankind vs Undertaker
Edge & Christian vs Hart Boyz vs Dudley Boys
Team Canada (in WCW) vs America
Macho Man Randy Savage vs Ric Flair
Brock Lesnar vs Kurt Angle
Brock Lesnar vs Big Show
CM Punk vs John Cena
Undertaker vs Yokozuna
WWE vs the Alliance

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 03:19 PM

NWO vs NWO wolfpack
NWO vs OWN (Warriors group)
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Posted 14 April 2012 - 05:07 PM

Andre vs Hogan had the best hype due to them being the 2 of the 3 biggest draws in the 80s. Flair being the 3rd. Flair and Hogan for the same reason Andre and Hogan in the 80s. They weren't as big as they were in the 80s but they were still drawing crowds. Hart/Michaels always had great matches from 88-97. Even when they were part of those great tag teams in the Rockers and Hart Foundation. Savage/Flair was good also because Flair was the so called ladies man and Savage had Miss Elizabeth who was the ultimate lady in all of pro wrestling.

Lesnar/Angle. Lesnar was pretty much a super size version of Angle.

undertaker/Kane. Thought of 2 supersized brothers who are pretty agile going at is pretty entertaining.

Austin vs Rock. The 2 most charismatic superstars with the 2 greatest mic skills and good ring skills to back it up was just fun to watch.

Austin/McMahon. Rebel vs Boss. Gotta love that.

Big Show/Giant vs Nash also.

Big Show/Henry. World's largest athlete vs Worlds strongest man. Both over 400-500 pounds.

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 12:17 PM

Lesnar/Angle.

That Wrestlemania XX match was fucking incredible. Hard to believe that was almost ten years ago.

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 12:43 PM

Macho Man vs Hulk Hogan

"The Megapowers Explode!"


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Posted 27 April 2012 - 03:56 PM

Lesnar/Angle.

That Wrestlemania XX match was fucking incredible. Hard to believe that was almost ten years ago.

That was at WrestleMania actually, in 2003. :lol:


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IMO That match wasn't really that good. Hogan and Savage each had better matches with the Warrior. Hogan the following year, at WrestleMania 6, and then Savage, the year after that at WrestleMania 7.

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 04:11 PM

crap, i forgot to rank these fueds..

remember this is feuds, not the occasional match here or there or one spcific match.

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 04:43 PM

#23- Edge & Christina VS the Hardy Boyz
They kicked some ass, and for a time were stealing shows in a battle of the ages for tag team supremecy among a new generation. While all four were/are top notch preformers on their own, these four seemed to bring out the very best in each other when the two teams met- I'd almost compare their matches to Flair and Steamboat.. few other tag team fueds ever complimented each other so well.

#22- Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Bret Hart
Hart was already a mega star in wrestling and Austin had a degree of succsess previously, but after the creation of Austin 3:16 and challenging Hart in 96 for a match that became a classic and leading to a long fued, Austins career would rise unlike any other- even Hulk Hogans. Hart meanwhile merely cemented what would have already been a HOF career.

#21- Rob Van Dam vs Sabu for most the existence of ECW RVD and Sabu were around to steal a show- not an easy thing to do in Paul Heymans renagade wrestling promotion, but when the two fought, the oft heard "holy shit" at ecw areana's still didnt do justice to what these two would do in a ring. I'd still pay to see these two go at it.

#20- Triple H vs Undertaker 3 times they've met at wrestlemania and though the end result is always the same, with Taker coming out on top, the matches have been among the better 'mania matches ever- especialy the last 2. over the past decade plus they've battled numerous times sharing a mutual desire, to be the best ever and realizing thatbeating the other is a stepping stone to that goal.

#19- Undertaker vs Kane Brothers can love each other, or hate their guts so much they;d like to kill each other, these two epitomize those feelings. Kane has always been an interesting matchup for the 'Taker simply because he is one of the few guys whose been around for any length of time truely able to match up sizewise. They dont fight frequently, but when they are at it, its always been a heated ugly affair.

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 05:16 PM

IMO That match wasn't really that good. Hogan and Savage each had better matches with the Warrior. Hogan the following year, at WrestleMania 6, and then Savage, the year after that at WrestleMania 7.

actually I was thinking more of the build up to it and the fact that the two biggest 'faces' leading up to this feud were going at each other. It was big for the storyline's impact moreso than the actual match itself.


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Posted 27 April 2012 - 06:19 PM

the story line between hogan and savage was one of the better ones in the wwf in that time period for sure.. storylines i think has never been the wwe's strongest point.. charecters/ skits and mic skills maybe, but not storylines

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Posted 23 May 2012 - 02:50 PM

Yeah, just, occasionally, WWE gets lightning in a bottle.

And I think the matches matter, cause that's how the feud or storyline ends, or in a some cases, continues.

It can be an exclamation point to a story feud.




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