WWE SummerSlam 2014: 8 Worst Booking Decisions in PPV's History

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WWE SummerSlam 2014: 8 Worst Booking Decisions in PPV's History
Credit: WWE.com

WWE SummerSlam has been one of the staples of Vince McMahon's promotion's pay-per-view calendar for nearly three decades, and in that time, it has been home to some outstanding matches and moments.

Who can ever forget the Mega Powers overcoming the Mega Bucks in 1988, Bret Hart beating Mr. Perfect in 1991 and then dropping the same title to British Bulldog a year later at Wembley Stadium, the culmination of the Highway to Hell in 1998 and the rise of Brock Lesnar in 2002?

With many tremendous moments that have occurred at the annual spectacular, there have also been a number of booking decisions that left fans scratching their heads and asking, "What were they thinking?"

Those decisions adversely affected the careers of iconic Superstars such as Ultimate Warrior, Undertaker, Vader and Lex Luger, all of whom would have been far better off with a smarter and more logical booking plan.

With the potential for more illogical and unintelligible booking decisions upcoming on August 17, relive some of the worst in event history!

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