6. Hogan, Savage And ElizabethBack in the 'Golden Age' of the 1980s WWF, the two main babyfaces in the company were unquestionably Hulk Hogan and 'Macho Man' Randy Savage - so much so that their occasional tag team was known as The Mega Powers. However, by 1989 tension had grown between the pair, ostensibly down to Macho Man's jealousy over Miss Elizabeth (although Hogan's greater popularity may have also had something to do with it). Things came to a head at WrestleMania 5, where Hogan defeated Savage, prompting the Macho Man to fully turn heel and replace Elizabeth as his manager. The decline of Randy made for utterly compelling viewing, as a formerly beloved fan favourite slowly tore himself apart with jealousy and rage. His next feud was with the Ultimate Warrior, which led to their excellent match at WrestleMania 7 (probably the best of Warrior's career) - and our defining moment. Defining Moment: The Macho Man loses a career-ending bout at WrestleMania 7 and is cruelly turned on by his manager, the Sensational Sherri. Elizabeth runs in from the crowd and drags Sherri off Savage; when Randy sees what his former valet has done for him, they share a passionate embrace, one of the most heartwarming moments in wrestling history.