By R. D. Reynolds
Ever desired to understand the worst occupation offerings professional wrestlers made upon retirement? Or which kung fu chop-socky wrestlers might make Bruce Lee do a backflip in his grave?
The WrestleCrap e-book of Lists! has all that and lots more and plenty extra. The gloves are off as best-selling writer RD Reynolds and his co-author Blade Braxton pull no punches in a few of wrestling’s greatest blunders, such a lot comical mishaps and such a lot egotistical performers. one of the lists incorporated during this cornucopia of wrestling nonsense are:
points of interest Wrestling enthusiasts shouldn't ever Be pressured to work out Again!
the best Mullets within the background of the Game!
Porn Stars Who Moonlighted in Wrestling!
The facts that DX is actually, rather Gay!
the best Mugshots that includes Your favorite Wrestlers!
The items of Definitive proof that WCW can have Been Run by way of Nazis!
seasoned Wrestling’s Stupidest Hometowns!
The issues That Vince McMahon consistently desires to discuss (Half of Which contain His Genitalia)!
Of path, we’d be remiss if we didn’t point out the book’s craptastic major occasion: the 25 Worst Gimmicks of All Time.
Irreverent, off-kilter, and likely to be offensive to all, The WrestleCrap e-book of Lists! is professional wrestling’s very worst of the worst!
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Although Kamala didn't begin his gimmick in the WWF, it is there that he gained the most notoriety. Eventually, though, even the WWF came to realize that maybe this wasn't such a great idea after all. He was turned babyface, becoming the world's first fan-friendly cannibal. He was put under the wing of yet another black man, the Reverend Slick, who attempted to “humanize” Kamala. In a scene right out of The Elephant Man, Slick preached that Kamala was a man, not an animal, and did his best to teach Kamala the ways of civilized life.
These are generally the biggest moneymakers a national promotion has; it is not inconceivable for a wrest-ling company to make several million dollars in one night by promoting a PPV event. Pay-per-view events are doubly lucrative; the promotion takes in revenue not only from the cable buys, but also from the increased seat sales possible at such events, which are generally presented in larger arenas, often with capacity crowds. Wrestlemania III, for example, took place in the Pontiac Silverdome before a crowd of 78,000 fans.
Countless legends of wrestling have competed here, like Giant Baba, Antonio Inoki, Jumbo Tsuruta, Bruiser Brody, Stan Hansen, Abdullah the Butcher, the Funks, Harley Race, and Ric Flair. The list goes on and on and on. But I am not here to talk about past wrestling champions. D. Reynolds. D. has taken the time and effort to compile some of the worst characters and story lines in the history of professional wrestling in the book you now hold in your hands. So why have I been talking about Japan?