3 times in WWE history the fans were left in tears
- An article highlighting 3 emotional moments in WWE history.
Being a pro-wrestling fan comes with loads of perks. There's decades of rich history to look at, plus the sense of excitement that comes from being inside an arena full of thousands of like-minded individuals is a thing of beauty.
Wrestling, especially WWE, has given us tons of moments to cheer for, over the course of the past several decades. Be it Hulk Hogan slamming Andre the Giant in front of 93,000 fans, or the Undertaker destroying one legend after another in his quest to become the greatest superstar in WrestleMania history, or CM Punk's pipe bomb that helped the WWE usher in a whole new era of entertainment - pro wrestling has always made sure to keep us hooked onto our TV screens.
But let's not forget that there have been multiple instances in the past when we saw something that forced us to shed a tear, and it felt as if we were a part of something incredibly personal.
Let's look at these moments!
#3 Macho Man reunites with Miss Elizabeth
Randy Savage had turned heel a couple of years ago, losing his WWE title to Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania 5. His heel turn was completed when he disassociated himself with Miss Elizabeth and hired the cunning Sherry Martel as his manager.
A legendary feud against the fan favorite Ultimate Warrior led to a retirement match between the two colorful superstars at WrestleMania 7. After an exciting back and forth, The Warrior emerged victorious and Sherry Martel began assaulting Savage in a fit of rage.
Suddenly, Miss Elizabeth climbed the guard rails and entered the ring, clutching Martel and throwing her out of the ring. When Savage noticed her, he was visibly confused as to why she came to his rescue.
But it immediately became clear to him that Elizabeth still loved him dearly. Upon coming to this realization, The Macho Man grabbed his wife and took her in his arms, in one of the most heartfelt embraces in WWE history. The camera panned to the crowd and there wasn't one fan out there who didn't shed tears that night.