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From Triumph to Tears of Joy: WWE’s Top 10 Feel-Good Moments

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Professional wrestling, particularly in the grand spectacle that is WWE, has a unique way of eliciting a wide range of emotions from its audience. Sports captivate us with their heart-pounding matches and unpredictable twists, but what truly warms the hearts of fans are those special, feel-good moments. In addition to showcasing the artists’ charisma and agility, these moments also establish a personal connection with the audience. Let’s dive into the top 10 feel-good moments in WWE that have left us smiling, cheering, and even shedding a tear or two.

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Top 10 WWE Feel-Good Moments

Sr. No WWE Feel-Good Moments
1 Daniel Bryan’s WrestleMania 30 Triumph
2 Kofi Kingston’s Cinderella Story
3 Rey Mysterio honouring Eddie Guerrero
4 Edge’s Emotional Royal Rumble Return
5 Eddie Guerrero wins the WWE Championship
6 Becky Lynch’s Historic WrestleMania Victory
7 Mike Foley Becoming World Champion
8 The ‘End of an Era’
9 Roman Reigns’ Remission
10 Sami Zayn wins the NXT title

Daniel Bryan’s WrestleMania 30 Triumph (2014)

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In what can only be described as a true underdog story, Daniel Bryan’s journey to the main event of WrestleMania 30 captured the hearts of fans worldwide. Overcoming the odds, Bryan defeated Triple H earlier in the night and then went on to win a triple-threat match against Randy Orton and Batista to capture the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The crowd’s raucous applause and Bryan’s expression of delight turned this moment into an iconic victory of the human spirit.

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Kofi Kingston’s Cinderella Story (2019)

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Kofi Kingston’s rise to the top echelon of WWE was a long and arduous journey, but it culminated in one of the most emotional moments in recent memory. At WrestleMania 35, Kofi faced Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship. Kofi became the first African-born WWE Champion, and the entire WWE Universe came around to support him as he won. This historic moment not only showcased Kofi’s incredible talent but also shattered barriers and proved that dreams can come true.

Rey Mysterio honoring Eddie Guerrero (2019)

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In a heartfelt tribute, Rey Mysterio honored the late Eddie Guerrero by adopting his “Lie, Cheat, and Steal” mantra during a match. Embodying Guerrero’s spirit, Mysterio paid homage to his dear friend, showcasing their deep bond both inside and outside the ring. By capturing the World Heavyweight Championship, he was able to fulfill his dream of honoring Guerrero. To get there, Mysterio had to win the Royal Rumble match. He had to win a triple-threat match against Randy Orton and Kurt Angle to get there. Supporters were moved by Mysterio and Guerrero’s pairing, which created a special moment.

Edge’s Emotional Royal Rumble Return (2020)

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After being forced to retire due to a neck injury in 2011, Edge made a shocking and emotional return at the Royal Rumble in 2020. After conquering the mental and physical obstacles that had prevented him from competing for almost ten years, the crowd screamed as the Rated-R Superstar entered the ring. Edge’s passion for the industry touched the hearts of fans, making his return a heartwarming moment that will be known for years to come.

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Eddie Guerrero wins the WWE Championship (2004)

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In a historic moment, Eddie Guerrero etched his name in WWE history by winning the WWE Championship at No Way Out 2004. Overcoming the odds in a grueling match against Brock Lesnar, Guerrero’s victory symbolized the triumph of skill, determination, and resilience. As the referee’s hand hit the mat for the three-count, Guerrero’s joyous celebration captured the essence of an underdog achieving the pinnacle of success. Guerrero’s place in professional wrestling history was solidified by this heartfelt victory, which also acts as a continual reminder of the sport’s undying passion.

Becky Lynch’s Historic WrestleMania Victory (2019)

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In a groundbreaking moment for women’s wrestling, WrestleMania 35 featured the first-ever women’s main event. For the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Championships, Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, and Charlotte Flair engaged in a historic winner-take-all triple threat match. This monumental event marked a significant milestone in WWE’s evolution, showcasing the female superstars’ prowess in the main event spotlight. In addition to showcasing the amazing talent of the ladies competing, Becky Lynch’s victory and the raising of both championship reigns aloft heralded a new era of equality and respect for women in the professional wrestling industry.

Mike Foley Becoming World Champion (1999)

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In a moment that defied expectations and captured the essence of the unexpected, Mick Foley’s journey to becoming the World Champion stands as a testament to the unpredictable nature of WWE. The iconic moment occurred on January 4, 1999, when Foley, wrestling as ‘Mankind’, won the WWE Championship on an episode of Monday Night Raw. Foley’s victory over The Rock was not only a personal triumph but also a symbolic win for every underdog. Fans who saw Foley’s unlikely rise to the top of sports entertainment will never forget this heartwarming moment that demonstrated the unpredictable brilliance of professional wrestling.

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The ‘End of an Era’ (2011)

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Triple H and Shawn Michaels, collectively known as D-Generation X, attempted to end The Undertaker’s storied WrestleMania streak. The first showdown took place at WrestleMania 27 in 2011, where Triple H faced The Deadman in a no-holds-barred match. Despite a fierce battle, Undertaker prevailed, keeping his streak intact. The narrative continued at WrestleMania 28, with Triple H seeking redemption in a Hell in a Cell Match and Shawn Michaels serving as the guest referee. The clash unfolded as an emotional struggle, showcasing the resilience of all three legends. Even though Undertaker prevailed once more, these matchups will always have a special place in WrestleMania history.

Roman Reigns’ Remission (2019)

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In a deeply emotional and heartwarming moment on the October 22, 2018 episode of Monday Night Raw, Roman Reigns, whose real name is Joe Anoa’i, revealed to the world that he was in remission from leukemia. The Big Dog told everyone that he was fighting leukemia, a condition he had already beaten and that it had come back. Roman was missing from television for a while until he reappeared on “Raw” in February 2019 to give his fans an update on his recuperation. Reigns was all too happy to declare that he was in remission, so fortunately, the news was good. The audience was ecstatic when Reigns ran out to assist Dean Ambrose later that same evening.

Sami Zayn win the NXT Title (2015)

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Sami Zayn had an incredible recent past, proving himself to be a national treasure in the world of pro wrestling. His success with The Bloodline showcased his deep understanding of the sport. During his time in NXT, Zayn had a memorable journey in pursuit of the NXT Championship. Despite facing challenges and setbacks, he finally achieved his goal in 2015, defeating his friend Adrian Neville. Zayn’s victory was a moment of pure joy for the enthusiastic Full Sail audience.


These feel-good moments in WWE remind us that beyond the scripted rivalries and intense athleticism, there’s a human element that connects performers and fans alike. Whether it’s overcoming adversity, achieving lifelong dreams, or simply spreading joy, these moments contribute to the enduring magic of professional wrestling. These touching stories have a lasting impact on the collective memory of the WWE Universe, even in the turbulent world of WWE.

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