13. "Macho Man" Randy Savage Vs. Rowdy Roddy PiperTwo of the greatest superstars of 1980s professional wrestling were Randy "Macho Man" Savage and Rowdy Roddy Piper. Aside from a couple of house shows and a televised contest from early 1990 that ended indecisively, these two icons never had a high profile program with one another. Considering the colorful promos and incredible intensity that a feud between these two all-time greats would've likely delivered, this one could've given Savage/Warrior a run for its money. Unfortunately, the timing just never worked out as both men were heels at the same time in the 80s, and later babyfaces at the same time in the 90s. The best chance that the company had to book this upper mid-card feud would've fallen somewhere around the late '89/early '90 time period after Savage had turned into the Macho King but it wasn't meant to be (bar that one TV match). Beyond 1989, Macho spent his next few years as a heel battling the likes of Jim Duggan, Dusty Rhodes and the Ultimate Warrior while Piper had programs with Rick Rude, Bad News Brown and Ted DiBiase before both men moved to the announce booth to focus on commentating more than wrestling. Fans probably wouldn't have been given a clean, decisive finish anyway since Piper rarely did any jobs and Savage was the second biggest star in the company through 1990, but under a different set of circumstances, this feud could've been special.