Number 27: The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Razor Ramon May 17, 1993
Through its initial four months on the USA Network, Monday Night Raw quickly established the fact that the word “unpredictable” was an integral part of its vocabulary. And that was never truer than on the night where Razor Ramon locked up with a hungry upstart named The Kid. Call it David versus Goliath or the veteran versus the rookie, but this match will always be remembered for one thing — the upset.
It was all Razor, all the time for virtually the entire match, until one sequence of events shocked the WWE Universe. Razor threw Kid into the corner and charged after him, but the agile competitor moved. With nobody home, the big man's momentum left him flying straight into the steel ring post. Kid sensed the opportunity, scaled the turnbuckles, and caught the dazed Ramon with a moonsault, rolling him up for a quick 1-2-3. It was a stunning upset, and that victory alone was instrumental in The Kid being rechristened "The 1-2-3 Kid."