With the 25th annual Survivor Series just two days away, we have been taking a look back this week at some highlights from the event.

We posted some of The Rock's greatest moments at the event earlier this week, you can check that out by clicking here. Yesterday, we took a look at some of the unforgettable debuts at the event, which you can check out at this link.

Today, we are taking a look at some of the greatest, and no so great, moments in the event's history.

1987: Andre the Giant wins the main event of the first Survivor Series, pinning Bam Bam Bigelow to defeat Team Hogan.

1988: Demolition's long-time manager Mr. Fuji turns on them, leading to Demolition becoming the WWF's most popular tag team for several years.

1988: Team Mega Powers defeat Team Twin Towers, but not without taking their lumps.

1990: Perhaps one of the most embarrassing moments in Survivor Series history, the Gobbledy Gooker made his debut at this event. For weeks, the promotion had been hyping a giant egg being hatched at the event. The Undertaker, who also made his debut at the event, often said that he was worried that he would be revealed to be in the egg. Well, the egg hatched, and you can check out the result below:

1990: Making up for the epic fail of the Gobbledy Gooker was the epic televised debut of The Undertaker. For the next few weeks, 'Taker would be billed as "Kane the Undertaker" before finally settling on just "The Undertaker."

1991: The first world title change in the history of the event occurred as Ric Flair helped The Undertaker defeat Hulk Hogan for his first world championship:

1992: Five years before the infamous Montreal screwjob, Bret Hart defended his WWF Championship against Shawn Michaels, who was on his way to becoming a headliner:

1994: The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a casket match with special enforcer Chuck Norris:

1995: Bret Hart defeated Kevin Nash to win the WWF Championship, concluding with Nash turning heel:

1997: The infamous Montreal screwjob:

1998: The Rock defeats Mankind in the finals of a tournament to crown a new WWF Champion, and becomes the company's top heel in the process.

1999: Chyna defends the Intercontinental championship by defeating Chris Jericho

2000: Triple H vs. Steve Austin ends in a no-contest after "The Game" is dropped from a forklift.

2001: The Rock (as part of Team WWF) pins Steve Austin (as part of The Alliance) to end the WCW/ECW Alliance.

2002: Shawn Michaels wins the World Heavyweight Championship in the first-ever elimination chamber match:

2003: Vince McMahon defeated The Undertaker in a Buried Alive match:

2005: Triple H beat Ric Flair in a Last Man Standing match:

2007: Another low point for the event, The Great Khali defeated Hornswoggle:

2008: Edge makes a surprise return and defeats WWE Champion Triple H and Vladimir Kozlov to win the title. Match was horrid before Edge entered the match.

2010: John Cena was "fired" after Randy Orton defeated Wade Barrett to retain the WWE Championship, the first of several firings for Cena:

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