Comedian Professional Wrestlers
World Wrestling Entertainment wrestlers are not only known for their strength and body muscles, but also for their colorful antics inside the ring. The entertainment and jokes draw big laughs from the big crowds. The audience simply loves their demeanor and classless acts on and off the wrestling stadium. These entertainers can also easily answer back with such wits and hilarious comments about their rivals. Most of the audience are happy enough to witness not only the funniest but also memorable battles in the world of wrestling. Here is a list of these funny wrestling superstars that the world loved.
One of the most funniest evil bosses ever. Who can remember his rivalry with Stone Cold Steve Austin in the late 1990s? People loved it when they see a boisterous tyrant get smacked by a rebellious employee.Vince was confined in the Emergency Room of a hospital and Steve Austin, who was dressed as a Doctor, comes in and slams Vince to the ground. Because of his cocky attitude. He even had his kiss my ass memorable highlights including Reagal and Shawn Michaels. The crowd would love this guy get humiliated on the ring.
John "Bradshaw" Layfield
JBL’s one of his most memorable moments was the video of him being a patriot hunting illegal immigrants between the border of Mexico and Texas. Because of this he won the “Great American Award.” People also loved his theatrics. His cowboy limousine was unforgettable. His rivalry between him and Eddie Guerrero was a classic. He even had his Ministry of Defense led by Orlando Jordan when the feud with the Undertaker was at its peak.
Eddie “Latino Heat” would go down as one of the most liked wrestlers in the history of wrestling. He was the free style loving wrestler who only wanted to enjoy his time. His car has the ability to wiggle, drawing much amusement from the crowd. He had classical feuds with John Bradshaw Layfield and Kurt Angle.
The “Nature Boy” Ric Flair was one of the living legends in professional wrestling with over 40 years of experience. He was also called by the announcers as the “dirtiest player who played the game” mainly because of his rule breakers. His favorite line “ Woooo!” was idolized by the audience whenever he gave the body chop. He was also a founding member of "Evolution" which is a powerhouse team composed of Triple H, Batista, and Randy Orton.
Booker T most finest hour was when he won the “King of the Ring.” After that he was dubbed King Booker. He even made his wife Sharmel a queen. Queen Sharmel would always tell the crowd “All Hail King Booker” repeatedly many times. He believed and acted as if he was really a King. He would always have a majestic and holy entrance in the ring complete with royal garments and a crown. He had his own royal court and servants like Sir Reagal and Sir Finlay.