Top 12 Times Wrestling Mocked Current Events


What has happened to our social structure? Our current events are not only horrifying, they are down right disastrous. In 2016, the world was supposed to be void of ignorance and intolerance yet both remain as focal points on the evening news. It's a sad state of affairs but we really haven't learned anything from the past.

As a result, the future is doomed. Quit procreating while you still can; for your children are meant to grow up and inhabit a world of Moronic Mayhem. There is nothing left for Dreamers, allow the Nightmare to ruin each and every night of your life as you awake cold and soaked in sweat, wishing for an escape from the never-ending terror.

Somehow, someway, all over America, people are prepared to elect Donald J. Trump as the forty-fifth President of the United States. Yes, a Billionaire Buffoon in charge of the Free World; can you image? How the hell have so many Americans sided with the Psychotic Reality Star and his backward way of thinking? So much for progress.

However, such is the way of the Current Mind: think without rational or reason and vote without concern or consequence. In 2008, history was made when the first black President was elected to office. In 2016, history could be made once again in way of breaking color barriers as Donald Trump could be elected the first orange President.

Indeed such campaign dramatics are fitting of a WWE storyline. And why not? Everything political has become such a joke that it almost borders the insanity of Monday Night Raw. The Great Political System running wild in WWE as the country watches with devious delight.

Today, we will focus on the absurdity of wrestling and current events as WWE has taken time in the past to address the modern issues of the day as well as certain issues specific to their own unique world; mostly as a attempt at humor which has quite often fell flat but the attempts were valid.

These are the top 12 times WWE has mocked current events:

12 Vindictive Towards Denver


In the spring of 2009, WWE was faced with an issue: a scheduled edition of Monday Night Raw was set to take place from the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. However, the hometown Nuggets were set for a Game four playoff game against the Lakers.

According to Vince McMahon, WWE was "bumped right out of the building with hardly an apology." The solution? The famed Staples Center in Los Angeles would offer their venue to host Monday Night Raw; coincidentally, the home of the Lakers.

11 Monday Night Mockery


In what was considered by many to be a controversial skit, star wide receiver Terrell Owens and actress Nicolette Sheridan would participate in a racy scene to open an edition of Monday Night Football.

In the skit, Terrell Owens is approached by Nicolette Sheridan, who is wearing nothing but a towel. In a play on Sheridan's hit series Desperate Housewives, some "dramatic" banter ensues before Sheridan drops the towel and Owens cannot resist temptation.

10 Remnants of Wrestling's Past


Hulk Hogan has always loved money, more so than the wrestling industry. Hogan would not perform unless the price-tag was pleasing to his massive ego. When Hogan left WWE to become an "actor," it was only a matter on time.

Enter a new, young WCW go-getter named Eric Bischoff and the check-book of Ted Turner and suddenly Hulk Hogan "missed wrestling." Translation: Hogan missed making money for performing mundane manoeuvres.

9 Miss Universe Slammy Mishap


The final moments of the Miss Universe 2015 pageant would see television host Steve Harvey announce the wrong winner in what will live in infamy as a major TV blunder. Harvey would then apologize and correct his mistake.

The truth about this incident is that nobody cared. It's a beauty pageant, not a political election. How many men were watching that night and thought: "oh no, Steve?" None.

8 Ric's Road Rage


In December of 2005, Ric Flair would find himself in a troublesome situation when the anger inside would take over the reasoning. Flair would suffer a bout of road rage in North Carolina where he exited his vehicle to assault another motorist.

The end result would see Ric Flair charged with two misdemeanours: injury to personal property (Flair also kicked the other vehicle), as well as simply assault and battery. The "Nature Boy" lost his cool on the road.

7 Tea Party Time


Everyone is entitled to their own political beliefs. However, becoming a member of the Tea Party is a treacherous move. The political party consists of nothing more than right-wing recidivism; constitutional criminals.

In WWE, a new manager would emerge named Zeb Colter: a real American. Aligning with Jack Swagger and pushing the Tea Party propaganda on the WWE Universe for a while before the gimmick died out.

6 The Democratic Race Comes to Raw 


The 2008 Presidential Election was one of great importance and significance as America would elect their first African-American President. However, prior to the nomination Barack Obama would do battle with Hilary Clinton.

As the two front-runners for the Democratic Party nominee, Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton would both run vigorous campaigns with stops all over the United States; including a visit to Monday Night Raw?

5 The Daily Show with Seth Rollins


Celebrity cameos have occurred quite often in the wrestling industry. In 2015 with Seth Rollins at the top of the card as WWE World Heavyweight Champion, "The Architect" would find himself feuding with late-night talk-show host, Jon Stewart.

Seth Rollins would appear on The Daily Show and in turn, Jon Stewart would appear on Monday Night Raw. During this time, Stewart was on his way out as a new host of the late-night comedy staple was set to take over.

4 Bush Bashed


Kanye West would declare on live television that "George Bush doesn't care about black people." The forty-thirst President of the United States was undoubtedly a controversial figure during his eight year tenure in office.

Parodies of George W. Bush were everywhere (Will Ferrell most notably) as a nation of angered Americans could do nothing else but laugh at the idiocy which was elected into power during a time of Great Fear.

3 Degenerates and Politics 


The Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal rocked the nation back in the '90s. All the focus had suddenly shifted from public to personal affairs as the world become more interested in President Clinton's sex life than his political policies.

Around this time, the rise of D-Generation X as the most controversial faction in professional wrestling history had begun. When the USA Network (which carried WWE) issued a written noticed about the antics of DX, Triple H and Shawn Michaels hit back.

2 White Bronco Chase at WrestleMania 


At WrestleMania XII, Roddy Piper decided to "make a man" out of Goldust as the pair did battle in a Hollywood Backlot Brawl. The match itself was spread throughout the broadcast before coming to an end inside the Arrowhead Pond.

The match would actually consist of a "car chase" when Goldust drove away from the venue in a gold Cadillac, only to be followed by Roddy Piper in none other than a white Bronco; a blatant take on a recent event which used actual footage from the incident.

1 Battle of the Big Mouths


It should come as no surprise that Donald Trump has engaged a number of petty feuds with other celebrity figures; one of which included Rosie O'Donnell, who herself has been known as an opinionated person.

The grade-school back-and-forth banter between Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell would capture headlines and help create one of the worst moments in the history on Monday Night Raw.

Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell (both badly impersonated) would step foot into the ring one Monday Night in a match that actually had the WWE crowd chanting for TNA. This, on the very program where Mick Foley once won the WWE Championship

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