What's a wrestling fan to do in between pay-per-views? Well, FOXSports.com is here to help. While you keep up with your weekly scheduled programming, we've got some nostalgia to throw your way. We've compiled a list of some of our personal favorite moments in WWE history for you to reminisce over.
But that's not all. On Tuesday June 28th, FOXSports.com will launch a new pro wrestling show, The Wrestling Compadres Slamcast.
Who are the Compadres, you ask? We are hosts Dale Rutledge, Jonny Loquasto, Scott Narver, and Carrlyn Bathe. In less than a month, you'll be able to watch and listen to our weekly views on the world of wrestling along with some incredible guests.
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Now buckle up, here's our picks:
Dale's pick: Brock Lesner vs. John Cena at Summerslam 2014
John Cena has been the top dog of WWE for over a decade and regardless of if you love him or hate him, his star power is undeniable. He's had plenty of big moments but never had we ever witnessed such a severe beating to "Super-Cena" than Summerslam 2014 at the hands of Brock Lesner. The term "Suplex City" might have been born at 'Mania 31 but this match embodied that moniker. Lesner absolutely destroyed John Cena with barely an offense from the 15-time champ. I was there live with fellow Compadre Jonny and literally couldn't believe my eyes. So much so in fact, my reaction lives on today via a mildly embarrassing meme and the WWE Network.
Follow Dale at: @TheWalkingDale
Jonny's pick: Daniel Bryan vs Triple H, Batista, Randy Orton at WrestleMania 30
We will never forget Daniel Bryan's takeover of RAW to an entire arena of "YES!!" chants, which lead to his match with Triple H kicking off the card. After kicking out of the Pedigree, he shortly thereafter hit his running knee and got the three count, which allowed Bryan to enter the main event vs Batista and Randy Orton. He managed to triumph over both competitors to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title to finish one of the most improbable, historic runs in WWE history. What made this even more special for me is that I was lucky enough to be sitting 6th row ringside with Dale. We saw Daniel give young Connor Michalek (the young man that "Connor's Cure" is in honor of) a big hug following the match, and I was even able to meet Connor and his father shortly after WrestleMania ended. Daniel Bryan and pro wrestling gave that amazing child a moment that his father will be able to keep with him forever, and I consider myself lucky to be present for it.
Follow Jonny at: @Jquasto
Carrlyn's pick: Shinsuke Nakamura's NXT debut
I'd never him seen him wrestle on my television before, only my computer screen. I didn't know what to expect. All I knew was that the entire world was waiting for his debut. Rumors had been flying that Nakamura was leaving New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) and diehard WWE fans HOPED it was to join the company. It was at NXT Takeover in Dallas back in April 2016 when he finally entered a WWE branded ring. He faced Sami Zayn in a match with so much heart and athleticism that I watched it three times over. His debut was a gamer changer and has opened the flood gates for more NJPW stars to join the ranks of the WWE.
Follow Carrlyn at: @CarrlynBathe
Scott's pick: Mick Foley winning the WWE Championship in 1999
Mick Foley has always been one of the most unconventional wrestlers combining a unique blend of emotionally fueled promos, comedy, and hardcore barbaric brawling. No one had thought that Foley would win the WWE Championship because of him not having the typical bodybuilder physique or possessing the "corporate look of a champion." The night was January 4, 1999 on Monday Night Raw when Foley shocked the wrestling world defying all the odds by defeating The Rock and breaking the mold of what a WWE Champion was and what future WWE Champions could be. Mick Foley that night became my favorite wrestler by teaching me that passion, dedication, and an overwhelming desire to give every fan your absolute best every night, and that your dreams can come true.
Follow Scott at: @CurtainJerks
Group pick: WrestleMania 1
If it wasn't for a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden and a record number of people watching WrestleMania from home back in 1985, professional wrestling may never have become the global phenomenon that it is today. This event was the catalyst to countless unforgettable memories and completely changed the game. It's also the reason that we're able to say "Welcome to the Wrestling Compadres Slamcast on Fox Sports!"
Follow the whole crew at: @WrestlingBuds