10 Wrestlers with the Most Ridiculous WWE Outfits

Professional wrestling is all about entertainment. They put up a show to attract people, and their shows have a story line in which the wrestlers each play a character. They also dress themselves according to their characters. To keep up with the story line and the characterization, the outfits are quite over-the-top and outrageous.

Ridiculous WWE Outfits

Flamboyant colours, weird designs, eye-catching materials – wrestlers do just about anything to their costumes to grab the attention of people, and even irk them at times. But sometimes, they go overboard with the outfit designs. Let’s take a look at the 10 Wrestlers with the Most Ridiculous WWE Outfits:

10 Wrestlers with the Most Ridiculous WWE Outfits

10. IRS

Mike Rotunda started his career in 1984, when WWF had not yet changed to WWE. It was in 1991 that his character, Irwin R. Schyster, was launched. This infamous character was a sleazy businessman off of Wall Street and was a heel, i.e. the antagonist. But the mistake that Rotunda made was that he overplayed his character, so much so that the gimmick became melodramatic. He went overboard in his attempt to make people hate his character. To look the part of an IRS employee, he wore red suspenders with a white dress shirt, dress pants and boots, and kept his greasy hair slicked back when he stepped into the ring. Remembered as one of the worst costumes, it is inducted in 10th place in our list of 10 Wrestlers with the Most Ridiculous WWE Outfits.

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9. Goldust

Dustin Patrick Runnels, son of Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, is noted for playing the character called Goldust, a recurring character within the ring even today. It seems that he never picked any lesson from his father about costume designing while growing up, because he presents some of the most outrageous costumes. He debuted in 1995, and has been consistently ridiculous when it comes to wardrobes. He comes with his face painted in gold, with various black and gold patterns. While there are worse colour combinations, Goldust’s overdoing the shades by using no other colour is what makes the whole thin so overwhelming. His actual costumes are equally ridiculous. Made of latex, they look terrible on a wobbly man like him. He is inducted in the 9th place in our list of 10 Wrestlers with the Most Ridiculous WWE Outfits.

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8. Shawn Michaels

Michael Shawn Hickenbottom, better known by his ring name Shawn Michaels, is one of the most well-known wrestlers in the history of WWE. During the early parts of his career, he sported an insane variety of vests. These vests ranged from beet red ones with rhinestones, to ones having zebra print. One of his most notable ones was that clad in peace symbols, and pieces of unidentified objects dangling from it. The vests were all sleeveless. His wrestling pants were equally flamboyant. His look came with his iconic mullet. However, he has tones down his style to keep up with the modern crowd. He goes shirtless, but his mullet and wrestling pants have survived. At least for his former costumes, he deserves to be inducted in the 8th place in our list of 10 Wrestlers with the Most Ridiculous WWE Outfits.

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