Over-Selling

A Look at Some of the More Questionable Fashion Choices in Pro Wrestling History
I’ve been MIA for a while because sitting on your couch watching the WWE Network doesn’t pay bills of put food on your wife’s plate. I’ll be back in April with regular posting, and hopefully weekly content that isn’t just me making fun of all the Fred Ottmon’s of the world.

I’ve been MIA for a while because sitting on your couch watching the WWE Network doesn’t pay bills of put food on your wife’s plate. I’ll be back in April with regular posting, and hopefully weekly content that isn’t just me making fun of all the Fred Ottmon’s of the world.

Too bummed out about the Royal Rumble last night, so I’m taking the week off from posting. Not really, but it will be really light around here this week because sometimes your real life gets super busy and you can’t spend hours every day watching wrestling and that sucks.

ALL HAIL THE COLONY

Ultra-patriotic Lex Lurger cruising around in the Lex Express is still one of the best examples of something being so horribly bad that it becomes amazingly good.

Aldo Montoya, the Portuguese Man-O-War. As much of a turd the character was, you have to give the WWE credit for the multi-layered pun in that name.

For a couple months, Doink the evil clown was without a doubt the best character in the history of wrestling. Then, they turned the evil clown into a goofy fun-loving clown, gave him a gaggle of midgets and everything just sort of went downhill from there.

I showed my wife The Disco Inferno, and her first response was “what, is he suppose to be that ballroom dancing wrestler’s dad or something?” WWE totally missed the boat on a Disco Inferno/Fandango heritage storyline.

I always hated the Boogyman, mostly because he debuted right around the time I was seriously getting back into wrestling, and sort of letting my friends know how into it I was. It was really hard to convince them that wrestling wasn’t stupid and ridiculous with this guy eating worms on TV.

Having said that though, I think “Worm Eater” might have to be the name of this new hardcore band I’m working on.

I always wished that Umaga’s face tattoos were real.

In 1996, no one could have ever guessed that this blue turd called Rocky Maivia would go on to be one of the most famous men in the entertainment industry.