Huge Crowd Reactions in Wrestling – Issue #13

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Welcome back to “Huge Crowd Reactions in Wrestling.” This series is basically an excuse for us here at Nerdopotamus to revel in some of the moments that made us lose our minds. I mean, we’re all pretty huge wrestling fans. We live for those huge crowd reactions. Even as at-home viewers, those are the moments we crave. We want to be on the edge of our seats, or even out of them entirely.

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With Triple H headed to the main event of WrestleMania, and Chris Jericho working opposite AJ Styles week after week, I thought it was finally time to go with this legendary moment from Monday Night Raw. If you’re a longtime fan of both wrestlers, then you know where I’m headed. Y2J was still pretty new to the WWF. Triple H was the company’s Champion, and at the top of his game.

That’s why it caught everyone watching off guard when Jericho got the three count, and won the WWF Championship. They figured there was no way Triple H could lose the title to Y2J on an episode of RAW. Not a chance. Simply not possible.

Well, as it turns out, all those who questioned it, were completely right. Once The Game recovered enough to realize what happened, he grabbed Earl Hebner, the referee who counted his shoulders to the mat, and intimidated the poor guy into admitting that it was a fast count. Hebner then reversed the decision, which is why The Man of 1,004 Holds does not get to officially claim that title win to his credit.

It’s still an amazing moment, however. The crowd absolutely explodes when Jericho gets the three count. I don’t know if it was due to love for him, or hate for Triple H, but they were most definitely hyped AF.

NOTE: The first video features the whole match, while the second features the pin fall, and the huge pop Y2J received.


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