It's odd to think of the concept that professional wrestling can elicit moments so emotional that they live with you forever.
There are times where you cried because an event was so sad or where you "marked out" so hard that you forget the entire thing is simply a story.
They all stick with you.
Through either real life circumstances or creating story lines that touch a personal level, the WWE has a knack for making these moments that stick with us. Be they moments of sadness, happiness, shock or vindication; human beings instinctively identify with those ideas and feelings.
As such, we remember them for what they are.
They are moments as cherished as anything else we see on tv or even experience in our living, breathing world. They are all power reminders of what has been, what could have , or how things really are.
When I began doing this article, I thought it would be a simple thing to research the topic, collect some videos, write a , description, and call it a day.
It turned out to be much more difficult than I ever imagined.
To be blunt, this is the most difficult article I have ever written.
This list isn't meant to be all inclusive, but merely a collection of experiences that left their mark on me as a fan.