Wheelman for James Ellsworth
Join Date: Dec 2008
Re: Lack of man looking faces
You just have to look at the state of popular culture over the years and what subcultures were popular. In the 80's rock was huge, and in the 90's grunge and rap really took off so of course all the wrestlers had a much more edgy appearance.
In 2012 it's all about dance/pop music and Jersey Shore/reality TV kinda shit. It isn't cool to be rugged and look like some dude you'd see in a greasy bar on the sketchy side of town.
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