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It’s November 1990 at the WWF’s marquee event Survivor Series. During a traditional Survivor Series match, Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase introduces us to his mystery partner for the bout. A bell of foreboding tolls in the arena, the crowd goes eerily quite. Out walks a man, wearing all black with an all black morticians hat hiding his grim features. Slowly removing his long brimmed hat, a face of pure hatred and anger greets the camera. The camera seemed nervous to linger on him too long, as we saw glimpses of crowd members worried faces. Gorilla Monsoon couldn’t help shouting about how big and scary this monster was, taken aback by the sheer terror emanating form this beast hailing from Death Valley. Everyone was in awe of him. In the first minutes of the match he destroyed Koko B Ware and Dusty Rhodes like a giant would crush children. »
- Chris Wood
Remember when the late great WWF commentator Gorilla Monsoon used to comment on a wrestler’s haircut by saying “It’s a great haircut if you’e going to the electric chair”? It used to make us laugh as a kid but when you actually look back over the years the wrestling industry really has had some of the worst hair styles and cuts you’ve ever seen, and no one except a pro wrestler could ever really get away with it.
Sadly, one of the biggest news stories of the day is that WWE COO and former World Champion Triple H has cut off his mighty main. Rather than waste our readers time on such a trivial news piece we decided to instead bring you 5 of the worst decisions in the history of hair.
That’s right, this is the What Culture list of the 5 Worst Haircuts In Wrestling History. »
- Matt Aspin
2 items from 2012
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