The 8 Least Intimidating Monsters in Wrestling History

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The 8 Least Intimidating Monsters in Wrestling History

I've gathered you here to talk about something very near and dear to my heart. We're here to talk about monsters.

Specifically, those crazed wrestlers designed, through one gimmick or another, to scare us and inspire our wrestling favorites to great acts of heroism. Over the years there have been almost too many to count, ranging from the truly frightening (Abdullah the Butcher) to the insane (Luther) to the downright odd (the Boogeyman), and they are a big part of the spectacle that makes wrestling so special. 

Men in these roles, like Vader and The Undertaker, have shaken the foundations of federations and made the entire wrestling industry tremble at their passing. But this list isn't about those people. Those people were awesome. 

No, this list is about the men who were set up to be big, scary, intimidating monsters and somewhere along the way they just...weren't. The laughable, the cheesy, the inept and the clumsy, here is our list of the top eight least intimidating monsters in wrestling history.

And here's hoping none of them are hiding in your closet ready to jump out and ask for bus fare.

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