Taking place in WCW 2000, because of course it did, this match headlined the Great American Bash. Sting and Vampiro used to be tag team partners, were no longer tag team partners, and decided they needed to have a match for some reason or another. Except they didn't want a normal match. They wanted a HUMAN TORCH MATCH.
The goal of this match was to literally set the other person on fire. Real torch. Real fire. They started by placing the torch on top of the Jumbotron. They eventually got to the jumbotron. Sting is doused with gasoline standing near the open flame and the announcers realllly seem to be outside of kayfabe in their concern about this stupidity.
Then the lights went out, an obvious stuntman appears, gets lit on fire, and falls off the jumbotron and the ppv went off the air. So it ended under the pretense of sting being set on fire and falling to his death.
Another stupid aspect? Apparently this was real gasoline used (so people near them when they doused them didn't think it was fake). So yes, they stood near an open flame on top of the jumbotron doused in real gasoline for no real reason.
Yeah, that's cool. I was considering it a while ago, then pretty much forgot about it. It's a great pick that should have really gone much earlier. Thanks El Kabong!
Without further ado:
The Vince McMahon "Kiss My Ass" club
Why was this a thing? Filled with awful, awful bathroom "humor", Vince would slowly disrobe his pants as if he were doing a striptease or something, and then willingly (or sometimes unwillingly) have the person literally kiss his ass, usually to save his job. The one with JR was the worst, where Vince puts on JR's hat while this is going on. Angles like this make you question WTF is wrong with this guy.
Here's a video of the JR one, in case you want that awful trip down memory lane: