The Top Ten Classic Rock Artists Who Would Make Great Wrestlers
Can ya smell what this classic rock list is cookin’?
With WWE legend Sting and Big Time Wrestling electrifying wrestling fans in Danbury tonight, here is a list of the top ten classic rock artists who could easily be big time wrestlers themselves.
Get ready ladies and gentelman. This list is gonna be a Slobberknocker.
Imagine Billy Idol making his entrance on a bad-ass Harley with that classic snarl as he makes his way to the ring. I think he'd put up a pretty good fight. No doubt, Billy would get over real good with wrestling fans.
Every great wrestler has to have a great look. Billy Gibbons has that and then some. The beard, the shades, the cool hat. And with that cool Texas accent and quick wit Billy would be perfect for shooting promos in front of the camera too.
We need a female on this list and who better to represent the ladies of classic rock in the ring than Joan Jett? She's got the super cool look and takes s@!% from nobody.
Welcome to the nightmare that is Alice Cooper! As for Alice's finishing move? The guillotine. You better pin Alice one, two, three or else you ain't leaving the ring with your head on your shoulders!
Bon would make the perfect pro wrestler. He'd be the guy running into the ring with teeth missing and that crazed look in his eye.
In a perfect world Bon Scott and Rowdy Roddy Piper are still with us and the two are jamming the bagpipes together in a special edition of Piper's Pit.
Meat Loaf has the size, he's got the personality and he's got the gift of gab. Three out of three ain't bad brother!
Cue the "God Of Thunder" music, it's The Demon himself - Gene Simmons! Imagine getting drop kicked in the face by those monster boots.
Dee Snider would make a great wrestler and, when it comes to talking smack, Dee is your man. It doesn't hurt that Dee is in great shape too. He could definitely hold his own in the ring.
The Prince of Darkness Ozzy Osbourne. Oh man this guy would get over big time in the wrestling world. I've got his finishing move too. When he's got his opponent lyin' flat on his back Ozzy pulls a bat out, the crowd goes nuts, he bites the head off and stuffs it down his opponent's throat until the ref rings the bell. Ding! Ding! Ding!
Give Diamond David Lee Roth the heavyweight belt, he's #1 in my book. Nobody makes an entrance like Dave and with his experience in martial arts he's gonna pull off some jaw-dropping moves that would make Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka jealous.
As for Dave talking up a match? C'mon. It's Diamond Dave! The only problem is getting him to STOP talking!