Pro Wrestling's Biggest Asshole Award?
Who gets the nod for pro wrestling biggest asshole of all time?
Shawn Michaels - Alright, this comes with a caveat. If this list had been made sometime a few years ago, he would have been in the top two. But, having recently turned over a new leaf, HBK’s stock has risen among his peers. He’s mended some fences, eaten some crow, and generally tried to make up for some of the terrible thing’s he’s done. Also, his legendary feuds with the Undertaker throughout the last two years have shown that the Sexy Boy still has it. Kudos to Shawn for going out on top. But he’s still kind of a jerk.
Vince McMahon - Yeah,he screwed Bret. And he’s been notorious since the late 70’s, when he began to pull the rugs out from under the feet of the nation’s scattered promoters. But, with that being said, Vince is also one of the best minds this business has ever seen. He’s also a colossal ass, but that’s part of the package.
Hulk Hogan - You know, he’s just not that cool. He’s a bad wrestler, and a poor businessman. He’s become pretty unpopular with guys who’ve spent a long time working with him, and he’s soured what was once an interesting product at TNA. Way to go, dude. You’ve ruined another promotion...and recently he likes to bitch about everyone and everything on his Twitter account.
Eric Bischoff - He’s a slimy, slithering, lying cheat, who teams with some of the shadiest people in the business. His current tenure in TNA hasn’t gone as well as he’d hoped, due in large part to the lackluster, past-their-prime talent that he has brought in.
Vince Russo - SEE ABOVE
The Ultimate Warrior - Talk to anybody in the world of pro wrestling, and they’ll probably tell you the same thing – The Ultimate Warrior, born James Brian Hellwig in June of 1959, is the biggest jerk in the business. From his insistence on a personal dressing room to his whiny, narcissistic antics, Warrior has never been popular among his peers. And the fans? Well, once they tired of his insanely boring wrestling, he began to fade into the past. Not to mention a particular episode in which he refused to see a child from the Make A Wish Foundation. Classy, dude.
Randy Orton - Tries (and sometimes succeeds) in getting other talent fired or disciplined by making in ring mistakes, and acts like a baby on LIVE TV if the man in the ring with him botches (I.E. Kofi Kingston).
Batista - He is a big headed bigot, who thinks he is too good for his fans, the ones who keep his pay-check coming.
HHH - Self obsessed man who may or may not of married the bosses daughter just to "get in" with the company, very rarely puts anyone over.
Bret Hart - See above, minus the bosses daughter.