In the annals of WWE history, there have been some classic images that have stood the test of time.
These photos are not that.
Because just like there have been plenty of photos immortalised for all the right reasons, these ones have lived on with fans for the worst of reasons.
Whether it be due to how funny they are, or real-life problems, these moments have stood the test of time.
Here are five WWE photos we wish we could un-see.
#5: The Streak is broken
When the Undertaker’s legendary undefeated streak was broken at WrestleMania 30, time stood still.
For over 20 years, the Deadman had been digging holes and taking souls, with the list of his victims at the granddaddy of them all being a who’s who in WWE history.
So the idea of the Deadman losing at the event was inconceivable to many fans, who hoped they would never see it happen.
Unfortunately, in 2014, that did happen, as Brock Lesnar was chosen to do the unthinkable, and became the 1 in 21-1.
As if the match itself wasn’t memorable enough, the look of one fan, Ellis Mbeh in the crowd has immortalised the historic moment.
With his jaw dropped and eyes wide open in horror, Ellis’ expression instantly became a meme, though the superfan has taken his newfound fame well, even posing with fans and Superstars at various shows.
#4: Lonely Virgil
Virgil’s in-ring career may not have been anything too special, but the former Million Dollar champion has since been immortalised as a meme.
Best remembered as the Man-servant of Ted DiBiase, Virgil’s eventual break from the Million Dollar man was interesting, but led to very little.
Joining WCW, Virgil, now going by Vincent, did even less as a member of the NWO, and probably wasn’t on the best of money.
Nowadays, Virgil can often be found doing anything to make a quick buck, selling his autograph at the most random of locations.
Desperate to earn a bit of cash, this picture, as well as several others like it, exemplify Virgil’s legacy, not as a Superstar, but as a meme that the man no-doubt would wish to be rid of.
#3: Triple H's face
Whilst the exact origins of the picture are unclear, it’s obvious that the Game is honing his incredible physique with some gym equipment.
We all know that the gym is supposed to be a judgement-free zone, but it’s hard to take the King of Kings seriously after seeing this perplexing expression.
Used by countless fans online, the picture is guaranteed to get a laugh out of fans, despite Triple H’s continuing rise to power in the WWE.
Though the Game’s accolades, as a 14-time World Champion, King of the Ring winner, 2-time Royal Rumble winner, and Triple crown champion speak for themselves, this picture is what many fans see when they think of the King of Kings.
#2: Generation Gap
As part of the Shield, Ambrose was part of some of the company’s biggest matches in recent history, but as a singles star, has been involved in some truly cringe-inducing moments.
From attacking opponents with Ketchup and Mustard, to setting up a booby-trapped Money in the Bank for Seth Rollins, there is no shortage of Ambrose moments that made fans groan.
When the Lunatic Fringe appeared on the Stone Cold podcast, it was clear that the two WWE Champions weren’t on the same page, with the Rattlesnake even pressuring Ambrose to up the ante.
This picture defines that episode of the podcast, as it so perfectly underlines the clear disconnect between the two stars.
#1: Jim Ross tells the world of Owen Hart's death
Any fan who watched the WWF in the Attitude Era will remember this.
From the Over the Edge 1999 pay per view, Owen Hart was supposed to compete as the Blue Blazer, and was meant to descend from the rafters, parodying the entrance of WCW’s icon, Sting.
Instead, a freak accident caused the device to break, with Owen plummeting to the ring, before he was taken to the back.
Heartbroken, it would fall on Jim Ross to inform the fans of Owen’s tragic death, as Jerry Lawler could only look on in sadness, as one of the company’s most talented stars had died.
Popular with everyone backstage, Owen’s death remains one of the darkest days in wrestling history, and just seeing the image of the crushed, heartbroken commentators is difficult to look at