Whether it be their unbelievably muscular physiques, their incredible height or somewhat disturbing excess bodyweight, big guys always found a spot on the card simply due to how physically imposing they were. Rather than having can't-miss monsters that almost feel like circus attractions, large North American companies in the likes of WWE and WCW opted to showcase beauty and grace in the early 90s before the inclusion of ECW brought about an era of downright degradation. Though women's wrestling has drastically changed from those days to now, the theme for successful female wrestlers has remained the same: small. However, history features a cast of women who have been able to find success as genuine monsters of the ring. Much like the male powerhouses of yesteryear, these women have physical presences that make you stop and stare in awe. Keep in mind we live in the wrestling land of make-believe where a few hundred pounds tacked on here or there is commonplace, so a few of the numbers may not exactly be accurate.
"I Had To Bash Men With A Wrestling Belt": Meet London's Gorgeous Wrestling Ladies
Men Wrestling Women: Chinese Female Wrestler Defeats a Big Man
Skip to main content. Pro wrestlers have been dishing out cool moves since the early s when Frank Gotch was suplexing dudes. The game has evolved like X-Men since then ever take a few years off watching wrestling and come back to find guys doing things you never thought possible? Did you know these 15 moves existed?
Many professional WWE wrestlers have come and gone over the years in the ring. Naturally, over time we go through changes and sometimes for the worst, like your health starts to decline. Numerous wrestlers have trouble maintaining their current weight and meeting the standard of the WWE's perfect physique. It isn't exactly easy to shred some extra pounds quick once you really pile it on.
By Becky Freeth for MailOnline. But his latest tactics for promoting a new single were far from their fresh-faced teenage days on Tuesday night, when he performed a strip tease at BPM New York gay club. The youngest band member, Nick, entertained his gay fans with solo track Jealous on the club's Gay College night before flashing his refined abs and flexing his muscles while standing on a podium. Scroll down for video.