WWE: OMG! - The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History (2011 Video)
Jim Ross: In all the years that I've been trying to document these amazing feats of strength and athleticism, I don't think anything ever shocked me quite like John Cena stacking the Big Show and Edge on his shoulders like two logs.
The Miz: I think the most memorable moment of the Test and Stephanie McMahon wedding, she's in her-her gown and she's with the man that she loves and this beautiful ceremony takes place, and then boom... The Game comes, and ruins the whole thing.
Dolph Ziggler: Of course, there's a wedding going on in the WWE and you know something is gonna happen.
Jerry Lawler: You want to talk about outrageous... what could be more outrageous than a drive-thru wedding ceremony?
Kofi Kingston: The drive-thru in Vegas, as she was passed out. She had no idea that they were- that they were getting married.
Dolph Ziggler: [laughing] You hear Stephanie's voice, you hear her say "I do", and it's actually Triple H being a ventriloquist.
William Regal: It's a perfect way of getting married. It's the way I got married to at least... six of my wives.
The Miz: Just seeing Stephanie's face going
[pantomimes Stephanie crying]
The Miz: "No, you ruined it!"
John Cena: I was there for that, in the crowd! As a fan! It was awesome.
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!
Jim Ross: [about the Big Show chokeslamming the Undertaker through the ring] When you think about a ring that ha- that has been the structure for battle royals, and then the force of one chokeslam from a five hundred pound guy to the Phenom... pretty damned impressive moment.
Matt Striker: [about the Cactus Jack/Randy Orton match at Backlash 2004] The minute Randy hits those tacks, he pops right up, and there's a face on Randy Orton that I don't think I've seen to this day again.
Jerry Lawler: [laughing] I'll never forget when Snitsky punted the baby!
Booker T: Like it was a field goal or something? Come on, man!
Jerry Lawler: But what else could he do? It was fourth and long.
William Regal: Maybe it's just me being an old villain, but that was one of the funniest things I've ever seen.
CM Punk: [laughs] Snitsky saying "It's not my fault" and punting the baby. Uh, I think this is one of those things that wasn't designed to be as funny as it wound up being. The sight of him kicking a baby into the crowd like it was a football was... was pretty entertaining.
Jim Ross: It was kind of a nice spiral.
The Miz: I was sitting at home watching the Attitude Era at its best. And Stone Cold Steve Austin decides "Listen, Vince has a beautiful, beautiful Corvette. What would you wanna do to your boss's beautiful, beautiful car?"
Jerry Lawler: One night, Stone Cold Steve Austin shows up in a cement truck.
The Miz: And all of a sudden, you see the windows break, and everything just shatters, and cement is everywhere.
The Miz: I remember watching this, and I remember Jeff Hardy's entrance. And everybody loves Jeff Hardy. There was something about him that you just loved. And his entrance was just so energetic, he comes out dancing, doing his little thing, and all of a sudden, his pyro goes boom, boom, boom, and just explodes on him.
Kofi Kingston: That has got to be so painful. 'Cause I've been scorched by a little bit of my pyro, and it was not fun at all.
The Miz: You just see everyone going "Yea... oh my God." It was one of those moments that everyone just stopped. Time stopped, and you just... didn't know what happened.
Jerry Lawler: [about the Montreal Screwjob] I was as shocked as Bret "The Hitman" Hart was. Uh... but I was not quite as upset.
Santino Marella: Then, as things unfolded and history was made, we find out that he didn't taps.
Dolph Ziggler: You saw Bret Hart go to town. He destroyed the set, he was spittin' in the air, he was writing "WCW" and you knew something big was going on.
The Miz: Big Show and Brock Lesnar, two huge - super-huge - humans. One's probably three hundred pounds, the other five hundred pounds.
Alex Riley: You knew something had to give. You thought it was one of them. You thought it was gonna be either Big Show or Brock Lesnar.
David Otunga: So Big Show's on the- on the post, Brock's coming up and I'm thinking "Wha-? What's he gonna do here? It looks like he's setting up for a superplex."
Dolph Ziggler: I don't even know how you can- how you can say anything more than the ring exploded before our eyes.
David Otunga: Oh, my gosh. These two have to be dead. Like, there's no way they're gonna get up from this. Unbelievable.
Kofi Kingston: The ring couldn't take it anymore, obviously, and completely explodes, falls down. I've never seen anything like that. It was crazy.
The Miz: You see battle royals where there's twenty men in the ring and the ring is fine. However, when these two men did a superplex off the top rope, boom.
Kofi Kingston: [about the Undertaker/Mankind Hell in a Cell match] I could not believe... I mean, just the anticipation before it was about to happen...
The Miz: That is, like, everyone always, uh, talks about that. That is one of my favorite matches of all time.
Jerry Lawler: I had the unique perspective of being almost directly under Mankind. It was the most horrifying thing that I've ever seen.
Daniel Bryan: When 'Taker threw Mankind off the cage, uh... none of us could believe it.
Santino Marella: The single most crazy thing I ever seen.
The Miz: Mankind is just... a superhuman. He can withstand so much pain. Didn't even effect him. He still did more in that match. Which is just incredible to me.
Daniel Bryan: None of us could believe he was still... he was still moving afterwards. And to get up and continue after that... oh, boy, that was worse, right? When he landed in the ring, it wasn't, like, flat or anything, you know? There was no give, it was just "uggh."
Santino Marella: Hands down, it was, uh, shocking. How he walked away, no idea.
William Regal: That was the most barbaric thing I've ever seen.
Kofi Kingston: As a fan, I was just like "No way. My gosh. I cannot believe... that is one tough dude right there."