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WWE: OMG! - The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History (2011)

TV-14 | | Action, Sport | Video 23 August 2011
The WWE takes a look at the 50 most incredible and outrageous moments in its history.

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Andre the Giant (archive footage)
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Batista (archive footage)
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Eric Bischoff (archive footage)
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Dolph Ziggler: [about Shawn Michaels throwing Marty Jannetty through a window] Shawn Michaels *throws* him through the Barber Shop window, and I will never forget this in my entire life, Bobby Heenan goes...
Bobby Heenan: [archive footage] Jannetty tried to dive through the window to escape!
Dolph Ziggler: [laughing] That's my favorite!
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Some Good, Some Stupid
8 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Over the years (especially the late 1990s-early 2000s), the WWE has concocted a number of crazy stunts whether inside the ring or out. This little documentary tries to rank them and succeeds about half the time.

The Good: The moments transpiring inside the ring are impressive, such as any Austin/McMahon throwdown, Undertaker throwing Mankind off the top of the steel cage, anything involving Jeff Hardy, etc. Basically, the snippets about either high character drama or crazy athletic stunts are very fun to watch.

The Bad: Too many of these Top 50 moments are just goofy stuff like the annoying McMahon family gimmicks or the "outside the ring" clips that are supposed to build drama but really end up coming off as eye-rolling stupidity.

Also, it is a bit strange that the wrestlers commenting on the videos stay in "Kayfabe" mode for the entire presentation, acting as if these events are "real" instead of "staged drama".

Overall, "OMG" is a mixed bag for wrestling fans. Some of the stuff is fun to watch, while other moments will just have you rolling your eyes.


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