As wrestling fans, we hear plenty of terms when patrolling the IWC, and one of those terms is "kayfabe."
But exactly what does it mean?
Well, according to Wikipedia, kayfabe is "the portrayal of events within the industry as 'real.' That is, the portrayal of professional wrestling as being genuine or not worked."
In other words, kayfabe is like acting.
Someone like Kane plays a role. He is kayfabe "The Big Red Machine," but in actuality, he is Glen Jacobs.
So, an example of someone breaking kayfabe would be John Cena calling Kane "Glen."
Of course, there have been numerous instances when a wrestler or group of wrestlers breaks kayfabe, which is essentially like an actor breaking character.
But what are the worst kayfabe-breaking moments in WWE (and WCW) history? Let's take a look.