30 Weird Ring Attires for 30 Years In WWE
I invite you to follow me in a light, relaxing, long slide, with 30 pictures and almost no text.
In the '80s, there has been the explosion of memorable, bigger-than-life gimmicks, but also there has been brand new ring attires of all kinds.
In the '90s, the weird ring attires have reached a peak of bad taste. That's why there are 12 slides for that decade and nine for each of the two other decades.
The 2000's have been the decline of weird clothing and equipment brought to the ring. But they still had weird stuff too.
Let's travel in time to see the 30 weirdest ring attires of the last 30 years in WWE.
P.S.: On the opening picture, I present you the culmination of the '90s weirdos, the Human Oddities.
Big Boss Man
Let's start the '80s with the good ole' prison guard. Classic.
Brutus ''The Barber'' Beefcake
An unforgettable character.
The cool farmer.
Koko B. Ware
The famous bird-man with his strange coats.
The Honky Tonk Man
He might be the record-holder for the longest Intercontinental reign, but his attire is still weird.
The only one who could wear yellow polka dotted wrestling clothes with dignity.
From the One Man Gang to Akeem the African Dream
Their team's name just doesn't fit with their leather stud uniform. I won't say any more.
Any comments needed?
To open the '90s we can talk about un-natural look.
No, you're not dreaming.
Ricky ''The Dragon'' Steamboat
Even the legendary Steamboat participated in the '90s.
Hush, hush, hush! Unreal.
Legion of Doom
Yup. The legendary Road Warriors looked like that.
A mix of the Berzerker and Hercules.
From Papa Shango to the Godfather
The ultimate transformer of the '90s. Papa Shango was the weirder and Kama was a good transition to lead to the famous Godfather and his Ho-Train.
They've even put fake hair on the fake muscles. Yes, they did it.
Can you believe he has been part of Raw's first episode main event?
Even the Power Rangers look cooler.
It's not a nightmare; yes, such things could be seen in the '90s.
"Damn!" was the only thing that came to his mind when he looked at him in the mirror. Yup, Ron Simmons started to use his famous catch phrase in the '90s.
Let's be introduced to the 2000's by Goldust, who got this ring attire since the end of the '90s, and still can be called the bizarre one in 2010.
I guess he has been inspired by Papa Shango.
The Brian Kendrick
He was not made to be king.
Hopefully, that look won't be included in WWE history books.
From Christian to Captain Charisma, did he really evolve?
Big Daddy V
Well, it's not exactly for his clothes.
Woo, woo, woo... You know it!