Finally after nearly two weeks, I have decided to put part 3 up. This slideshow will feature promos that are based my opinion and fellow bleacher creatures opinions. It's been a week full of excitement and jubilation. Please enjoy the slideshow and leave your suggestions for part 4 in the comment section.
In 2004 after the firing of best friend Ron Simmons, Bradshaw became JBL. He was saved from being fired because Paul Heyman thought \Bradshaw had more value than Simmons.
In this promo, JBL explained why he did what he did. He couldn't possibly turn down a chance to finally do something as impressive as a singles career.
JBL had to too much going on. He had another book, a radio show, and talk shows. JBL was on the way up.
On a 2002 episode of Monday Night Raw, The Rock returned and spoke about his love for the business.
The Rock explained that every wrestler in WWE was there because they wanted to be there.
They do what they do because they love it. He also said that anyone that didn't want to be there could get the F out.
After WM 13, Steve Austin wanted clear the air on his loss to Bret Hart. He didn't make Austin tap and he didn't beat Austin to a bloody pulp.
In Austin's eyes, Hart was still the biggest piece of trash that he'd ever seen.
All Austin set out to do was whip somebody's ass. He wanted a piece of Hart and didn't like it if anyone had a problem with it.
After being suspended by Vince in 1997, an interviewee went to Austin's house to get his opinion on the suspension. Austin found the little cards sent by the WWF pathetic.
He should've been defending the Intercontinental Championship instead of sitting on his ass. This is classic improv by Austin.
In 2005, a heel Shawn Michaels, returned to the one city that despised him the most, Montreal. Instead of trying to play it off like used to do, HBK took this opportunity to stick it to Montreal.
HBK let all the Montreal fans know that he was their daddy. HBK even went as far as to sing his very own rendition of "Oh Canada."
HBK guaranteed that he was going to beat Hogan and that he was still the icon and the showstopper in WWE. He also gave us the best tease entrance ever.
As soon as the fans heard Bret's music, they went wild...only to be fooled by HBK.
The Rock & Chris Jericho once again cut promo magic together.
The Rock & Chris Jericho were about face off in a No. 1 contender's match for the WWF Championship.
I'll let this promo speak for itself. I pretty much call this promo between The Rock & Jericho even.
If anyone wanted to know why Virgil did everything for Ted, it was because of money.
In DiBiase's opinion, money ruled everything. It was a bigger bond than blood.
Does anyone else find it weird that Virgil looks the same today as he did 20+ years ago? Is that a good thing or bad thing?
Jake the Snake took the Million Dollar Championship and had a hefty theft plan.
The Snake had various snakes to perfect the Million Dollar Championship.
I don't think anyone wanted to meet Lucifer.
Until July 21, 2010; Kane was always felt like a goldfish out of water. He finally won the World Championship after nearly 12 years .
As Kane took Rey Mysterio to the depths of hell, everyone cheered him on.
Kane did what anyone would do in his position. Kane brought the World Title back where it belonged, the dark side.
In this 1984 Piper's Pit, Rowdy Roddy Piper was interviewing Jimmy Snuka and mocking him in the process. He pulled out bananas, pineapples, and of course coconuts.
This segment with Snuka helped solidify Piper as the top heel in the company and one of the best of all time.
CM Punk became the modern day D.A.R.E. He wanted to teach people the difference from right and wrong. In Punk's opinion, nobody had the strength to be like him.
The crowd liked Jeff Hardy because he was the easy way out. Basically Punk told the truth in this promo, which hurts.
JBL was one of the many rich people that were sick and tired of having to help the poor. JBL said that the poor should get a job and lose the fairytale dream.
JBL was the CEO of his own company and he did it by waking up every day and building a foundation for the future.
Even though JBL said it in a snobby way, he was telling the truth.
Perhaps the greatest and most important promo in wrestling history. Steve Austin created the biggest wrestling persona with this promo right here.
This one started it all and launched the best-selling shirt in WWE history.
In the first-ever WWE Draft, The Rock became the first overall pick. Vince McMahon drafted The Rock to Smackdown and laid down the law.
Vince told The Rock that his famous lines were now restricted. The Rock wanted to make his last night on Raw memorable.
The Rock accomplished too much on Raw. The people made The Rock and he was going to give them one last parting gift. A chant for the ages ensued between the fans.
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