The WWE is funny.
It doesn't feature the raunchy comedy some of us older fans might like to see, but in its own very unique way, the WWE does come along with some hilarious moments from time to time.
I realize that many might think the WWE has become too watered down and corny during the PG era, and while that's certainly true to an extent, there are still moments when I find myself laughing uncontrollably.
It may not be Tosh.O or The Hangover funny, but it's WWE funny. And that's just fine by me.
Here are the 10 funniest matches, interviews and other moments from 2011.
When he first started out as an onscreen character, John Laurinaitis was so bad that I considered calling him Mike Adamle 2.0.
Thankfully, though, Laurinaitis has made his incredible boringness a part of his character and is now the absolute shining example of dry comedy in the WWE.
There are dozens of moments from "Mr. Excitement" I could pinpoint as his most entertaining of the year—such as the "group photo" or "Don't make me take off my jacket!"—and they were all equally hilarious.
Well, I have to say that Laurinaitis was pretty spot-on with his impression and may have made it more entertaining by the fact that he showed virtually no emotion whatsoever.
Gosh, you gotta love Johnny Ace.
Many wrestling fans will remember 2011 because of CM Punk's greatness throughout the year.
But if I had to pick a runner-up in the "Most Memorable 2011" category, it would undoubtedly be R-Truth, who developed into the WWE's funniest performer in 2011.
Perhaps Truth's most memorable comedic moment came in an in-ring segment that also featured The Miz and Christian.
This will forever be known as the "Really, Riley, Randy, Jimmy" segment for me because, well, you'll see what I'm talking about.
Miz, Christian and Truth are all pure comedic gold here, and I'm pretty impressed that none of them started laughing while shooting this ridiculous segment.
Mark Henry may have had a monstrous 2011, but he was also involved in two major mishaps.
Back when Henry was a baby face, he and The Great Khali faced the Usos in a dance-off, and Khali inexplicably went for the pin post-match despite the fact that no actual match took place.
Unintentional comedy at its finest.
It's great seeing wrestlers have no clue what they're supposed to be doing, but it's even better when it happens on national TV and the wrestlers in question are two of the biggest goofballs in the WWE.
The funniest, most charismatic performer in WWE history? Gotta be The Rock.
His mannerisms, his facial expressions and the tone of his voice are unmatched by any wrestler we've ever seen, and he can make basically any segment work.
Exhibit A: The Rock vs. Little John Cena.
When The Rock was "bringing it via satellite" as Cena might say, he performed a hilarious segment with a representation of a young Cena.
The Rock mocked Cena for the very same things Cena haters make fun of "The Champ" for, and it was absolutely picture perfect.
The Rock was really great here, as usual, but I think the kid in the video is well on his way to winning an Oscar.
There were a number of funny moments in 2011 where I found myself questioning whether things were done intentionally or unintentionally.
Like Triple H's classic "I love you, pop" line, for example.
There was no moment where I questioned this more, however, than when Kevin Nash attacked Triple H backstage, and some random idiot backstage actually asked, "Does he have a pulse?"
I remember hitting rewind on my DVD and saying, "Wait, wait, wait. Did that dude really just say that?"
Of course he has a pulse, you moron. He just got "hit" with a sledgehammer—it's not like he had his jugular slit with a Samurai sword.
The capital of the Confederacy was Richmond, Virginia, so when Monday Night Raw took place, the WWE decided to give us a little history lesson.
That history lesson came in the form of R-Truth dressed as a Confederate soldier.
I honestly can't even begin to explain what was going on here because I spent the entire time laughing hysterically at Truth's outfit and his mannerisms.
Seriously, just watch the video once without really paying attention to what Truth says, and you'll still find it funny. Then, watch it again, and you'll see just hear the sheer ridiculousness of the things that come out of Truth's mouth.
Like with his segment with Christian and The Miz, it amazes me that Truth didn't just bust out laughing.
And if you aren't sure why I think that, then go dress up like Samuel Adams and look at yourself in the mirror. You'll see what I'm talking about.
Jerry Lawler was injured after an attack by Mark Henry, and WWE officials could have came up with a number of explanations for that injury.
"The King" could have had a broken arm, a cracked sternum or a fractured spine. But that just wouldn't do.
According to Michael Cole, Lawler was suffering from "anal bleeding," which, for some strange reason, actually wound up trending on Twitter after Cole mentioned it on air.
I can only imagine Vince McMahon feeding Cole that "anal bleeding" line through Cole's headset and snickering as he did so.
Vince may be 66 years old, but that doesn't mean he isn't still a child on the inside.
Vlaridmir Kozlov is longer with the WWE.
I'm not saying that Kozlov was let go because of this match, but I will say that it wouldn't surprise me if that was the case, because this bout featured the WWE's worst botch of the year.
I realize that Kozlov needed to go over the top rope because that's a spot that he and the Usos had planned prior to the match, but at what point should Kozlov just have said, "Ah, screw it" and done something else?
I mean, I think anyone above the age of six could tell that what Kozlov was doing was scripted.
Way to go, my dude. You officially crushed the dreams of eight-year-olds everywhere.
Now they're probably questioning whether or not Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny are real, too.
See, I told you that 2011 was one heck of a year for R-Truth.
When he was in the middle of his conspiracy angle (that's C-O-N-spiracy, y'all), Truth decided to let us all in on a little secret of his: his two biggest fears.
As we now know, Truth is deathly afraid of heights and spiders, and he didn't want those behind the conspiracy to put any spiders in the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Did I really just type that? Well, I guess I can't make this stuff up.
Truth is the most hilarious, most entertaining, Little Jimmy-hating performer I can remember, but if you ever want to beat him in a match, just bring a couple of spiders along with you.
No matter how many times I watch this video, I still can't get over it.
Randy Orton is known for his almost robotic demeanor, and whether he's angry or happy, he doesn't change the way he acts all that much.
There are exceptions to that rule, however, like the moment in this video.
Orton hits Mark Henry with an RKO and celebrates it like he's doing the vertical leap test at the NFL combine.
For real. Orton gets some serious air with that jump, which makes me think he could have been a nice addition to the Spirit Squad.