As the saying goes, 'we all make mistakes' and despite it being a rarity, WWE Superstars make a variety of mistakes that the producers never want us to notice.
During John Cena's match with Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania XXX for example, the eagle-eyed of you will have noticed Cena losing his balance while attempting a Five Knuckle Shuffle which left him sitting with a bemused look on his face as if it was meant to happen.
An error at WrestleMania XXX which could not go unnoticed though was Hulk Hogan opening the extravaganza by calling the venue the Mercedes-Benz Silverdome instead of the Superdome, several times. Much to the annoyance of the 93,000-strong crowd.
Though not necessarily a mistake, WWE Superstars can also be heard uttering cues to each other throughout matches, as well as subtly asking if they are genuinely hurt following any move or accident.
A less-subtle line which wasn't in the script once came from Chris Jericho who at the time was dominating The Undertaker just outside the ring. Jericho seemed less than impressed when a member of the crowd shouted 'go back to Toronto!' as he snapped back: "I'm from Winnipeg, you idiot!"
Perhaps one of the best mistakes in WWE came when Alberto Del Rio faced Big Show and completely missed a bucket which Big Show was holding when he went for a high kick. Del Rio wasn't phased though, as he quickly took his run up again and booted the bucket which Big Show was still standing there holding.
Though these blips are well hidden they do often happen, and somehow make WWE even more entertaining than it already is by giving it a humorous twist.
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