One of the major elements of pro wrestling is the wrestlers' ability to engage with the crowd. There are many moments where a match, a wrestler's persona, an exciting story line, or the real lives of the wrestlers have left audiences crying in sadness or in celebration. Whether it's a Cinderella storybook ending to an angle, sad wrestling retirements, or a real life tragedy, there have been a number of moments that have made wrestling fans cry in attendance at the arena and at home watching on TV.Take a moment to read and rank the saddest moments in WWE. What are some of the greatest moments in wrestling that brought a tear to your eye?
It was Wrestlemania VII, years after the "Macho Man" turned his back on the lovely Elizabeth and became the more vicious "Macho King." After a physically and emotionally taxing retirement match against the Ultimate Warrior, Randy Savage lost and was forced to retire.When his then-manager, Sherri Martel, started to beat on Savage after the match, the estranged Miss Elizabeth came out from the crowd to fight her off. Savage would then embrace and reconcile with Elizabeth, causing fans to cheer and cry as the two left the ring reunited.