Create-A-Wrestler

Luscious Lisa

American Angels - Luscious LisaMedium: Film
Title: American Angels: Baptism of Blood
Bio: Granddaughter of famous old school grappler, George “Killer” Kane, Lisa was a scrappy underdog who made her American Angels debut in the main event against Magnificent Mimi. There were rumors of backstage heat on Lisa for her close involvement with Angels commentator, Diamond Dave, who was said to be Mimi’s real-life boyfriend.
Signature Move: The Snap.

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Lord Byron

Rumble-LordByronMedium: Television
Title: Rumble
Bio: Lord Byron is the face and owner of the Global Wrestling Federation. The GWF is constantly at war with the Real American Wrestling faction, despite rumors that Byron is secretly funding RAW. Proving that money can buy everything, Byron bought the Lord Mount Evans Tag Team Title even though he mostly wrestles as a singles wrestler. He then lost the same title in a singles match against The Prophet.
Signature Move: Spending money frivolously.

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The Intern

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Medium: Television
Title: Scrubs
Bio: The Intern was a world champion wrestler. A malnourished world champion wrestler, but a world champion nonetheless. Maybe. Nobody ever knew who he won the title from or where the title came from. But one thing was certain, few were as aggressive as The Intern was on the mic.
Signature Move: Cutting promos.

Paid for by the Following

Paid for by the Following: Budweiser

IMG_2368Thanks to Budweiser’s Real Men of Genius musical campaign, the pro wrestling wardrobe designer finally got his just due. Of course, like most men highlighted in these songs the wardrobe designer was ridiculed to no end. It’s basically the one-minute version of the joke you’ve always heard from your friends who hate that you watch wrestling, but in the form of a not-so-subtle song.

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What the World is Watching

Garfield and Friends

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“Canvas Back Cat”
Season 5 Episode 8
10/10/1992

In case you’re wondering if this cartoon still holds up after all these years, the answer is yes. Yes, it does. And the fact that there’s an episode that involves pro wrestling makes it all the better.

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