10 things you didn't know about Survivor Series

Bad News Brown = Worst. Teammate. Ever.

There’s no denying that Bad News Brown did not like anyone. The surly Harlem, N.Y., native made that clear from the moment he first stepped foot in a WWE ring. But most of WWE’s vile villains thought Brown could have put his sour disposition aside for one night to demolish their heroic foes.

That was not the case. In 1988, The Honky Tonk Man picked Bad News for his team to take on a squad of Ultimate Warrior’s choosing. Brown looked to be a great choice, quickly eliminating Jim Brunzell. However, a little miscommunication led to Greg Valentine striking Brown. Bad News refused any apologies, instead walking out on his teammates and eliminating himself from the bout.

Watch Bad News Brown's first walkout | Watch his 1989 walkout on WWE Network

One year later, The Big Boss Man picked Brown for his Enforcers team. In a slight case of déjà vu, an errant right hand from the corrections officer connected with Brown’s jaw. Bad News ditched his team again, cementing his place as the worst possible choice for a teammate.