8. Brock Lesnar and Big Show Break The Ring
Speaking of slamming a giant, nobody could have expected what happened when Brock Lesnar and the Big Show went to the top rope in their main event, WWE Championship match on a 2003 episode of SmackDown. Big Show looked to hit Lesnar with a super chokeslam, but Lesnar had other plans in mind. He latched on to Big Show and hit him with a superplex that imploded the ring!
The crowd went wild as the ring was left in ruins. Lesnar and Big Show were tended to by medical workers as SmackDown came to an end. Years later, people still talk about this moment because it was so incredible to see. Since then, this moment has been recreated on two different occasions with Big Show.
Mark Henry and Braun Strowman have both superplexed Big Show, causing the ring to explode. Despite both being fun moments, nothing will ever quite match the original. At the time, the fans weren’t positive if it was meant to happen or not. Lesnar and Show were big enough to destroy the ring legitimately. Either way, the fans watching knew they were witnessing a historic moment.
7. Seth Rollins Turns On The Shield
Seth Rollins has been no stranger to his share of shocking moments. For the second time, Rollins makes this list for the most shocking move of his career. Only a day after defeating a reunited Evolution at Payback, Rollins turned his back on his Shield brothers and aligned himself with Triple H and The Authority.
Rollins made his message clear as he destroyed a steel chair over Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose. He would then stand by as Randy Orton went in to finish off the two men he had spent his entire main roster run alongside. The crowd was stunned and disgusted to see a beloved team come to an end. It was possibly even more shocking that it was Rollins who pulled the trigger.
Rollins had become the peacekeeper of The Shield for some time. When you thought that it could have been Ambrose or Reigns to turn, Rollins was there to patch things up and keep The Shield together. That may have been why when Rollins had second thoughts, there was no peacekeeper in his ear. He only had one voice in his head: Triple H.