Man, this seems like a difficult task. FBE has posted a new video to their YouTube page in which they challenge WWE superstars to participate in the “try not to look back” challenge.

They are shown footage of classic WWE moments, and FBE pauses the video right before the major spot happens. The challenge is for the WWE superstars to look away and not watch the bump that’s about to take place.

This edition features Apollo Crews, The New Day, Charlotte Flair, The Usos, Kalisto and Sasha Banks.

You can see the video in its entirety below:

WWE Superstars React To Try Not To Look Back Challenge

Some of the spots include:

  • Shane McMahon jumping off of Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania 32
  • Edge spearing Jeff Hardy during the TLC match at WrestleMania 17
  • Sasha Banks vs. Bayley from NXT Takeover: Brooklyn
  • Charlotte Flair hitting a Moonsault on Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 32
  • Daniel Bryan hitting a running knee on Sheamus at Money in the Bank 2013
  • Kalisto hitting a Salida Del Sol off the top of a ladder at TLC 2015
  • Braun Strowman giving a suplex to the Big Show on Raw and the ring implodes

Editor’s Opinion:

So…with the WWE Network and YouTube, you could watch these spots anytime that you want. How exactly could you possibly lose this challenge?!?

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