What makes a truly great WWE comedy segment?
Well, it has be funny, obviously. Which can be harder than it looks (check out some of the awful skits from DX's 2006 revival to see comedy in wrestling gone badly, horrifyingly wrong).
It also has to be well-acted, too. OK, so none of these guys or girls are Groucho Marx, but they should be able to deliver believable and lively performances; otherwise, the segment will go down like a lead balloon.
Then there's durability. Do fans look back and remember the angle fondly, or has it been forgotten about?
With these factors in mind, let's examine and rank the top 10 funniest comedy segments of all time.