Much in the same way Kevin Dunn would infuriatingly frame The Shield when they first took to decking talent in 2012, the recent Monday Night Raw highlight packages ahead of January 22nd's celebration are a collection frantically-paced zooms too explosive to even focus on.
It's a trick to highlight just how much has gone on during a quarter of a century, but it's a slight shame there's never the time to stop and digest each and every incredible scene.
Fortunately for fans, the company has never been short of a ringside photographer ready to catch the best moments between the ropes and beyond. Rewatches on the WWE Network also reveal a cavalcade of hidden gems, obscured more by their inconsequential nature at the time rather than the historical significance they'd later go on to carry.
For all the bluster and bullsh*t of a company-mandated tribute, WWE can genuinely be proud of the memorable moments they've contributed to television's tapestry over 25 years of Monday evening mayhem. As they do in the memories of audiences world wide, snapshots such as these will linger for life.
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