Stunt Granny Poll: What wrestler are you most embarrassed to admit you once cheered for?

We sometimes pull out old VHS tapes or DVDs of past wrestling cards, and as we all know, pulling out never works. We’re often embarrassed watching the colorful characters of yesteryear uncharismatically shuffle around our 19-inch TV sets, our thumbs on the “stop” button in case someone comes into the room. Who are you most embarrassed to admit you cheered like a wildman for back in the day? We have a list above, but of course pro wrestling has brought us some of the most poorly thought-out ideas in entertainment, so the list could go on and on like Chris Jericho’s 1,004 holds. Let us know what you think!

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6 Responses

  1. I used to enjoy Shane McMahon matches. Don’t ask why.

  2. I’m not ashamed of cheering for Warrior or Dusty or the Bushwhackers. They ruled. Brutus, on the other hand…

  3. Among men in their early 30s in Kentucky, Warrior is still over pretty huge. We once unearthed an Ultimate Warrior Wrestling Buddy during a bachelor party and took him to the club with us. The Bushwhackers, not so much.

  4. Since professional wrestling is centered on being a family entertainment venue, there is a considerable amount of censorship that takes place to quieting the actions that professional wrestlers take when they are in the ring on any given night. Every professional wrestler establishes a persona that is angled toward increasing public appeal in the sport and in the wrestler. All of the outrageous antics that a wrestler comes up with while training for matches from week to week to meant to gain a wider viewing audience.’

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  5. Thank you for your intimate understanding of professional wrestling character development, followed by a plug for your cayenne pepper cleanse. Make sure you don’t try to pass gas while wearing white pants. You may shit yourself. That’s intimate knowledge right there. -E

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