Pro wrestlers have the worst looking websites
Graphic design and professional wrestling don’t exactly go together.
From millions of terribly photoshopped indie posters, to John Cena’s t-shirts, to the entirety of the Attitude Era, pro wrestling has never perfected the finer aesthetics. I’m not saying it always misses, but, you know, there’s a reason the Diva’s belt still has that awful butterfly engraved on it.
My favorite examples of poor taste and pro graps are the many personal websites that belong to wrestlers. It’s here where the corporate oversight of WWE or TNA doesn’t exist, and chaos reigns. Never trust a man who falls down for a living to make himself look good on the internet. The websites below are gross, harsh, or just straight-up odd, and honestly? They make me love professional wrestling even more.
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Macho Man Randy Savage
This is more sad than anything else. Macho Man’s official website still exists, and by the looks of things it hasn’t changed since about 2003. You get a retro flash intro, the words COMING SOON, and Macho Man himself saying “I’m back! Ooooooh yeah!” which is depressing on about 9 million different levels. For the love of god, whoever is paying to keep this site on the internet needs to stop.
Rey Mysterio Jr.
Jake “The Snake” Roberts
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