The Greatest Matches Of All Time: Edition #3


Ric Flair vs Terry Funk (I Quit Match – 11/15/1989)

Once again, Ric Flair makes his presence known (he was in the main event of the first edition), and Terry Funk joins him. The match was not contested for Flair’s NWA Championship, instead this one was personal. This is how an “I Quit” match is meant to be done. John Cena .. if you’re watching, get a pen and paper and take notes!

Davey Richards vs Michael Elgin (03/31/2012)

It’s almost like a TNA vs ROH crossover! But seriously, this was the last 5-star match produced by Ring of Honor. It was for Richard’s ROH World Championship, and I think that’s all you need to know. If you’ve never seen ROH before, and you are considering watching ROH on Destination America, this could be a good place to start.

Bret Hart vs Steve Austin (Wrestlemania XIII 03/23/1997)


“STONE COLD! STONE COLD! STONE COLD!” This is your main event, and it can be considered the moment Austin’s career skyrocketed. You have probably heard about this one many times, but I wanted to do something different here.

Steve Austin provides commentary, and gives his thoughts on the classic submission match step-by-step. I had the choice of listening to Vince McMahon, Jim Ross and Lawler, or Steve Austin, so you can understand why I decided to post this one specifically. Can I get a Hell Yeah!?

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