One of the biggest, living nightmares in life is to lose control of your bowels in a public place. This is meant for the toilet, and in most cases, the privacy of your own home or bathroom. Sometimes, emergencies happen, and you are in a spot where you are screwed. People poop their pants, it happens, especially with older people, but that is a given. All types of athletes go long periods of time with the lack of access to a bathroom. Racing drivers are known to go number 1 or number 2 in their suits. Wrestlers are normally on stage and cannot really abandon a live performance. This puts them in a bad predicament.
Wrestlers can tend to be a jumbled mess in the ring. Combine the mixture of anxiety, movement, being slammed, protein drinks, creatine along with other possible substances, and you have the makings for an upset stomach. We have created a list of the Top 10 Wrestlers Who Pooped Their Pants In The Ring. There are some interesting stories to go along with this list, as these have mostly been confirmed at one time or another. If that story was spun, however, there is no telling. These wrestlers have competed a lot over the years and it is easy to mistake matches. However, some of these moments are unforgettable to the combatants that it marks one of their worst or funniest moments ever.
When going through our list, you will notice that it is definitely the larger-sized guys in the industry that have had trouble not making a mistake. Some have toughed out matches, while others have abandoned the match or got lucky due to it being the end of it. Some of these were during major pay-per-views, while others were during house shows or on independent circuits. This just shows that no matter the crowd, accidents happen.
9 John Cena
8 Tommy Dreamer
7 Doink the Clown
6 Vince McMahon
5 Sycho Sid
4 Stone Cold Steve Austin
3 CM Punk
1 Andre the Giant
Talk about the perfect ring name to relate to a poop incident. At one time, Andre the Giant feuded with Bad News Brown. This story has been confirmed by Brown in a shoot interview with Derek Burgan. He mentioned about a time when Andre was sick and had been drinking all day. They competed in a match and Andre said “Big ass, boss” in the ring, indicating a splash in the corner. Once the splash was hit, he involuntarily lost control of his bowels and let it all go. Bad News immediately went to the shower and was completely disgusted. Brown stated it did not add any heat to the feud as he knew Andre was truly sick and it was not on purpose.
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