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The 15 Worst Survivor Series Moments In WWE History
By BENJAMIN FALBO
Survivor Series 1990 is infamous for the emergence of The Gobbledy Gooker, a.k.a Hector Guerrero, from a giant egg in a ridiculous turkey costume. Despite "Mean" Gene Okerlund's desperate attempts to save this disaster, the audience absolutely hated every moment of the segment as the Gooker and Okerlund did silly dances.
The Gobbledy Gooker Debuts
Ahead of Survivor Series 1993, Bam Bam Bigelow gathered the Bastion Boogers and The Headshrinkers to combat Doink the Clown. However, at the PPV, Bigelow and his crew faced a four-man team of The Bushwhackers and Men on a Mission in Doink's face paint and what followed was an embarrassing 10-minute fight.
Four Doinks For One
On top of Doink's child-like comedy, WWE added three mini Doinks, named Dink, Pink, and Wink, and this crew was joined by Jerry Lawler and three smaller wrestlers dressed like him, named Queazy, Cheezy, and Sleazy. This motley crew participated in a 16-minute-long embarrassing series of gags and eliminations.
Clowns R'Us
The infamous 1997 Survivor Series PPV is remembered for what is known as The Montreal Screwjob, where Vince McMahon prematurely ended the match between Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart for the WWF title. The incident is still remembered as one of the lowest points of the company more than two decades later.
The Montreal Screwjob
Ahead of Survivor Series 1999, Steve Austin needed neck surgery, which meant he'd not be able to compete in the match against Triple H and The Rock. However, instead of just announcing that he was unable to compete, WWF had him ridiculously written off TV via attempted vehicular manslaughter by Rikishi.
Austin gets hit by a car