Pro Wrestling's 100 Greatest Catch Phrases of All Time
I recently did an a slideshow going over what I felt were the 15 greatest catch phrases of all time. Little did I know that our community leader had proposed the same idea in a 50 slide format, so I decided to take on the larger project as well.
I did a lot of research for this slideshow and ended up with well over 50 of what I felt were great catchphrases so I decided to expand the list to 100. This is by far my largest piece to date so I hope you enjoy it.
With it being so many slides I am forced to keep each slide short so there will only be a sentence or two on each slide, but I will also include a video of one of the greatest moments from that particular superstars career.
Also, even though this is a top 100 list, I am putting them in alphabetical order by the first name of the superstar because it would not be possible for me to rank each of the 100 entries in the list.
So sit back and enjoy my biggest slideshow to date.
You Will Serve Hard Time
The Big Boss Man was one of the first wrestlers I was ever exposed to. Despite the ridiculousness of his character I always liked him and his feud with the Mountie.
I'm the Boogey Man and I'm Comin to Getcha
Another one of the more insane character to ever step foot in the ring was the Boogeyman.
I can't help but feel like he would have been way more successful in the 80's where this kind of character was more welcome.
I felt like WWE never gave this guy the chance to have a decent feud either.
Can You Dig It Sucka
One of the more interesting things from Vince McMahon
The six time six time six time six time six time six time world champion ends up on the list.
Booker T is one of WWE's only African-American world champions in history and could be the most successful African-American in the business. He is a legend who will no doubt be in the hall of fame someday.
Honorable mention, Tell me he didn't just say that.
The Best There Is the Best There Was and the Best There Ever Will Be
Bret Hart had easily one of the most egotistical catch phrase of all time, and yet no one ever really looked at it that way.
Bret is my all time favorite WWE champion and I love when he comes back to make appearances for WWE. I hope they give his nephew DH Smith another chance somewhere down the line.
Cactus Jack was one of the many personalities of Mick Foley. He had one of the simplest yet most memorable catchphrases of all time.
Mick will be returning to WWE soon and I look forward to seeing the former Cactus Jack turn the place upside down.
Thats Cool/ Thats Not Cool
Carlito was an up and coming superstar when he first showed up in WWE, but over time he grew frustrated and eventually got released by WWE.
His catchphrase was one of the most basic, but it fit his personality and gimmick perfectly.
I Am the Best in the World at What I Do
Jericho is a guy who can do whatever WWE wants him to do. Whether he is acting like an alien rockstar or a straight laced business man he pulls it off.
This was one of his later catch phrases which CM Punk has somewhat appropriated for himself.
I Am the Ayatollah of Rocck N Rolla
When Chris Jericho was in WWE during the earlier part of his career he was very loud and outspoken. One of his more energetic catchphrases saw him sing into the mic like an 80's glam rocker.
I loved Jericho's promos back in the day and wish he would go back to that character again.
Welcome to Raw Is Jericho
Whenever these words were spoken you knew you were about to hear Jericho go off on one of his signature rants.
He is one of the best mic workers in the business and I miss seeing him run down other wrestlers with ease.
This Is for All My Peeps
Christian began calling his fans peeps after the Rock started referring to the millions and millions of Rock's fans.
I believe Rock also jokingly said during a WWE interview that Christian was is favorite wrestler which also prompted the use of the catchphrase.
Straight Edge Means I'm Drug Free, Alcohol Free and Better Than You
CM Punk is one of the only people who could take living a clean lifestyle and turn it into a heel persona. I loved his time with the Straight Edge Society.
I felt like Punk played up the angle perfectly and was some of his best mic work to date. I admire Punk for living this kind of lifestyle because it is probably not easy when WWE superstars are known for partying.
I Am the Best in the World
A claim made by few, and backed up by even less is to be the best in the world. CM Punk makes that claim.
Some agree, some don't, but when you make this claim you instantly draw a target on your back. Still, it makes for a cool looking shirt.
Sooner or Later Everyone Taps
I have never heard Bryan say this more than once, but it's on his shirt so it must be his catchphrase.
I am looking forward to what Bryan does in his WWE career and hopefully he is not the first person to fail at cashing in his money in the bank case.
Its Me Its Me Its DDP
Diamond Dallas Paige was an underdog if I ever saw one. He got his career started much later than most wrestlers which worked against him.
He went on to have a great career in WCW and he eventually became one of the few non NWO members to break out during that time and become world champion.
Im Dolph Ziggler
Back when he was trying to distance himself from the spirit squad Dolph Ziggler would introduce himself to anyone he ran into.
One of my favorite moments was when he walked up to Shawn Michaels.
Dolph- "Hi, I'm.."
Shawn-"I know, you're Dolph Ziggler, and I'm Shawn Michaels and I am about to team with Rey Mysterio for the first time, aren't you excited?"
Owww Have Mercy
Mick Foley's party loving persona was Dude Love, a character who was half hippie half wrestler.
His ring attire was covered in tye dye and he was used primarily as Foley's comedy character. I always enjoyed an appearance by Dude Love.
One of the most iconic catchphrases in WWE history is also probably the most vulgar.
When this was first being started in WWE I remember hearing little kids telling their parents to suck it when they were out in public and I thought it was probably a bad thing.
Years later fans still yell this whenever Shawn or Hunter give the sign.
For the Benefit of Those with Flash Photography...
Edge and Christian will go down in history as one of WWE's greatest tag teams of all time. Their matches with The Dudleys and The Hardys are some of the best in tag team history.
Whenever Edge and Christian would enter the ring they would do a five second pose for fans to snap some pics. It was a great gimmick and added to their humor.
Viva La Raza
Eddie Guerrero will always be greatly missed by wrestling fans. His over the top personality and skill in the ring made him one of the more entertaining wrestlers in the business.
I was very sad the day I heard he had passed and I always look back on his time with fond memories.
If Youre Not Cheating Youre Not Trying
Eddie's other famous catcphrase was Lie, cheat and Steal, but I always liked this one better. He was one of the few people who fans wanted to see cheat, which always made him unique.
Get on Board the Ho Train
The Godfather was the most successful gimmick from the man once known as Kama.
The current strip club manager had one of the more fun characters in WWE and whenever he pops up nowadays it is always a welcome treat for fans.
Pimpin Ain't Easy
Maybe it's not easy, but Godfather made it look fun.
Goldberg came into WCW and took the place by storm. He had the longest winning streak in WCW history and went on to dethrone the WCW champion Hulk Hogan.
Goldberg holds himself in higher regard than most wrestling fans do, but that can't take away from what he did for the business.
You Will Never Forget the Name Golddust
When Dustin Runnels decided to paint his face and wear a gold bodysuit I thought he was crazy. Eventually I saw the method to his madness.
This character was one of the more controversial for the time because he would make numerous homosexual advances towards his opponents despite being a straight man. There are even rumors that Razor Ramon refused to lose to him due to his weird gimmick.
Whatcha Gonna Do When Hulkamania Runs Wild on You
Hulk Hogan was at one point the biggest thing in wrestling. He held the business on his shoulders for years and put more butts in seats than most people can imagine.
His worldwide influence on the business may have faded but I still like to remember Hogan as the red and yellow warrior who fought for the good guys.
Say Your Prayers and Eat Your Vitamins
Another one of Hogan's catchphrases was meant to be a positive message to children. Hogan was the guy who appealed to kids and adults alike back in the day.
I Am a Wrestling God
I think this might be the most egotistical catchphrase of all time. JBL was certainly successful in his time, but a god? I think not.
I am a bigger fan of JBL on commentary than I am of him in the ring and I hope one day he will return to berate Michael Cole on SmackDown.
J E Double F J A Double R E Double T Thats Double J Jeff Jarrett
Only a guy like Jeff Jarrett would take spelling his own name and make it a catch phrase. This was one he used more when he was pretending to be an aspiring country music star.
Jarrett was someone who I never really connected with for some reason, but I will give him credit for being one of the more under appreciated wrestlers during his time in WWE.
Some people say that in order for him to be a world champion he had to create his own promotion but I seem to remember him as a champion in WCW as well.
The Pleasure Was All Yours
Another of the cockier catchphrase of all time came from the former Governor Jesse Ventura. The Body as he was called used to be the Chris Jericho of his day.
Looking back at all the old tapes I have to say that Jesse was in the WWE way too soon and should have been born about 20 years later because he would make a killing today with his mic skills.
Hey There Tough Guy
The winner of the first ever Royal Rumble match also made it on the list. Hacksaw Jim Duggan is one of those guys I can never remember seeing wrestle as a heel.
He can single handedly get a crowd on their feet chanting USA. I even heard a USA chant break out during a match he had in Europe once and I coundl't believe it, that's how popular he was.
USA USA Hooooo!
Armed with his signature 2x4 and American flag, Jim Duggan was a true American hero.
His time in WWE and WCW never saw him win the big one, but he will certainly find a spot in the hall of fame someday.
Stompin a Mud Hole and Walkin It Dry
Jim Ross is one of the best announcers to ever put on a headset and he had his fair share of signature phrases he would bring out.
My favorite one is something he would usually say during Steve Austin's matches. Jim Ross had a way with words that few commentators have mastered. He gets bigger pops than the world champions when he enters which says how much the WWE universe respects good ole JR.
This Is One Hell of a Slobberknocker
I never really knew if Jim Ross made up the word slobber-knocker or not, but I have a feeling every wrestling fan knows the definition.
Ross was such a great announcer that WWE was forced to bring him back recently.
The Champ Is Here
This is probably Cena's most well known catch phrase. He hasn't been able to say it much lately though as he has been without the WWE title for quite some time.
CM Punk and Del Rio are going at it over the title so he will have to wait to be the champ a little while longer.
Hustle Loyalty Respect
Cena's other mantra involves three simple words. The funny thing about this one is the words hustle means to screw someone out of money, and respect would be to never do that to someone.
I get that Cena means hustle in the way of working hard for your goals, but I still find this one a little contradictory.
I Am the Shaman of Sexy
John Morrison has had a few catchphrases, but this one is probably the one he used the most. We don't hear him say this much anymore, but he said it all the time on ECW.
I hope that after his win on Raw we see a push for Morrison in the near future.
Its True Its Damn True/It's Real It's Damn Real
This one has seen a bit of a change since Angle transitioned to TNA from WWE, but it still stands as one if his catchphrases.
The only Olympic gold medalist in WWE history will certainly stand the test of time, but his catchphrase may be forgotten.
I Dont Suck, You Suck
At one point during his time in the WWE Angle's theme music became a way for fans to tell him how much he sucked.
After awhile Angle started responding by telling everyone it was they who sucked. I still kind of think to chant you suck when I hear his theme song.
What a Rush
When these three little words would blast through the arena speakers fans would jump to their feet. The Road Warriors, or Legion of Doom, were one of the most exciting tag teams of all time.
Today's world of tag team wrestling suffers from not having long time established teams like LOD anymore.
The team of Michelle McCool and Layla somehow came up with the name Laycool, go figure. These two women ran the Divas division before Michelle retired and Layla got injured.
I hope Layla gets another chance at a push when she returns because she improved a lot under McCool's guidance.
I always found these two annoying, which was the point so they were very good at their jobs.
Here Comes the Pain
Brock Lesnar certainly brought the pain when he entered the ring. He had a reputation for being a very stiff wrestler, but it helped him be more convincing.
LEsnar's time in the WWE was short compared to some but he left a lasting impression to where fans still ask to see him wrestle.
Have a Nice Day
The demented personality of Mick Foley, Mankind, would often end his promos and interviews by creepily telling people to have a nice day.
It was something people heard in their every day lives, yet somehow Mick Foley managed to give the words a creepy connotation.
Welcome to the Hall of Pain
Mark Henry is in the middle of the best push of his entire career, and he owes it all to his hall of pain. By taking out Big Show and Kane he proved he was ready to lead WWE as champion.
He is currently involved in a very intense feud with Big Show which saw him have the most jaw dropping moment at Vengeance when the two men broke the ring.
I Will Not Die
Matt Hardy has certainly fallen a long way from where he was three years ago. His catchphrase referred to his numerous injuries and issues in WWE which would keep a normal man down.
I hope Hardy gets his act together because I am a big fan of his. Good luck in rehab Matt and I hope to see you in a WWE ring again someday.
I Am the Most Genetically Jacked Athletically Stacked Giant Walking Today
Matt Morgan may have started out in WWE, but he got his feet wet in TNA.
He is one of their larger wrestlers and someone I was a little surprised WWE did not try and poach back from TNA once he improved.
Right now I would say Morgan is one of TNA's best assets but he is being used so poorly that you would never know that.
I Am the DNA of TNA
Another of Matt Morgan's catchphrases makes the list, but this one probably applies to AJ Styles more than Matt Morgan.
Can I Have Your Attention Please
Back when a lap top was in charge of booking Raw we had to hear Michael Cole yell these words a few times every Monday.
I am still in disbelief that WWE would abandon a storyline that had more than a year of time, but I guess that's how the cookie crumbles.
What more could one say about themselves than this. Miz deserves a spot in the "Cockiest wrestlers" category for this one.
I thought this was a stupid catchphrase at first because it's so simple, yet every time he screams it I want to hit him in the face, which is what he is trying for, so I guess it works.
Only an a**hole like Ken Anderson could take repeating his name and get people excited for it. This is by far the simplest most basic catchphrase on the list.
I think that WWE made a mistake releasing Anderson, but he could always find his way back to the E someday.
Curt Hennig is another wrestler we lost far too soon. His impact on the business is undeniable and the fact that he never held the world title in WCW or WWE always surprised me.
I hope his son has a good career, but lately it seems as if he has been forgotten.
Big Things Poppin Little Things Stoppin
MVP is another superstar who I miss seeing in the WWE. His segments were always entertaining and he and Matt Hardy had the best feud on SmackDown at the time.
He is wrestling in Japan right now but hopefully we can see him in a WWE ring again. And maybe next time WWE will actually use him properly.
When You're NWO You're NWO for Life
This was a catchphrase used by the entire NWO stable. Hogan and Nash still use the 4-life hand gesture on occasion.
This was during a time when it looked like WCW was going to be the new leader in wrestling world wide.
Oh You Didnt Know, Your Ass Better Call Somebody
The Road Dogg Jesse James, or BG James as he is known now, left an indelible mark on WWE history with his larger than life personality.
His time in DX was definitely his best run during his career.
Youre Either Nexus or Against Us
Another catchphrase that applied to a whole stable and not just one person belonged to The Nexus.
This angle hit WWE by storm and had people talking for months, but like many great storylines before it, the Nexus angle was eventually watered down and in some people's minds, ruined.
I liked it and I hope Wade Barrett goes on to have a great career in WWE.
I Am Not a Nugget
Owen Hart's most memorable catchphrase came at the expense of himself. At one point the WWE fans decided to start calling Owen a nugget after another wrestler had called him that one time in a promo.
Owen is sorely missed by all WWE fans who saw him wrestle and hopefully someday his estate will agree to let WWE release a DVD of his career.
Whats Up/shut Up
T-Truth went from being a rapping gimmick wrestler to being a great heel. He and Miz are currently involved in one of the biggest feuds in WWE.
Truth will come up against another mic magician when he face The Rock at Survivor Series when he teams with Cena.
I Am the Legend Killer
Randy Orton has had one hell of a career so far, and it can only get better from here. A few years back when he was still a super heel, Orton would target legends.
Guys like Mick Foley and Hulk Hogan faced off against the legend killer in matches that would propel him to the top of the WWE totem pole.
Quote the Raven Nevermore
Something a few people might not know is that Raven is one of the most decorated wrestlers of all time. He has held over 100 titles throughout the different promotions he has wrestled for.
I think the only person who beats his record is Jerry Lawler who has held over 100 titles as well.
Raven had one of the more interesting stables in WCW with his flock, but it was his time in ECW that fans most like to remember.
Say Hello to the Bad Guy
Razor Ramon was the alter ego of one Scott Hall. Hall has been in the news recently for being in rehab once again after suffering health issues.
I feel sorry for Hall and genuinely hope he is able to find peace in his life. I have many fond memories of him wrestling.
How many superstars can say they have the entire audience chant their signature catchphrase whenever someone else performs a simple move? Ric Flair is the only one I can think of.
Whenever you see a wrestler deliver a knife edged chop the audience will yell "Woooo" in honor of Ric Flair. One of the greatest wrestlers of all time has one of the most memorable war cries as well.
To Be the Man You Gotta Beat the Man
I don't know if Ric Flair was the first person to ever say this, but he made the phrase famous.
Since he began using it I have seen it pop up all over the place, but it is generally credited as a Ric Flair quote.
Im a Kiss Stealing, Wheeling Dealing, Limousine Riding, Jet Flyng Son of a Gun
Im a kiss stealing, wheeling dealing, limousine riding, jet flyng, stylen profiling son of a gun is the full phrase but the title slot wouldn't fit the whole thing.
This is yet another in the long list of memorable lines from the Nature Boy.
Space Mountain May Be the Oldest Ride in the Park, but It Has the Longest Line
Referencing a famous amusement park ride made Ric Flair seem even cockier than he already was. He is on this list a lot, but this is my favorite line from him.
All the Women Want to Be with Me, and the Men Want to Be Like Me
Another cocky statement from the dirtiest player in the game.
Know Your Role and Shut Your Mouth
The Rock is going to be on this list more than anyone, but there is good reason for that. The great one had many notable catchphrase, but none of the other ones were ever used as a video game title.
The Rock is one of the best mic workers in the history of the business and that is reflected by how many quotes of his people will remember.
Im Gonna Lay the Smackdown on Your Candy Ass
This was one of Rocky's most well known catchphrases, and it took on a life of it's own to the point where WWE names their number two show after it.
The Rock may have used this more than any of his other catchphrases.
Can You Smell What the Rock Is Cookin
The opening words of his theme song echo throughout every arena before he enters to a massive pop. The Rock is one of the few people whose catchphrase became so big it was incorporated into his entrance theme.
Finally the Rock Has Come Back to (Whatever City He Is In)
This is Rocky's way of getting whatever crowd he is in front of on his side, even though they usually already support the Brahma Bull.
The Rock has been all over the world, so I doubt there are very many places he goes to where he isn't returning.
It Doesnt Matter
How many wrestlers have been approached by a Grammy winning musician to have his catchphrase used in one of his songs? Just one, The Rock.
Wyclef Jean and The Rock collaborated on this song which brought Rocky to new heights of stardom. I actually have this CD and popped it in the other day because I was going through a classic hip hop phase and I forgot this song even existed til it came on.
Just Bring It
The Rock's current motto is Just bring it. He is calling his fans team bring it now and it is all over his current merchandise.
He has more memorable catchphrases than anyone else on this list.
Everybody Pays the Piper
One of the most entertaining personalities of all time is Rowdy Roddy Piper. The crazy Scot was very skilled in the ring but it was his silver tongue that separated him from the rest of the pack.
His famous segment where he smashed a coconut over Jimmy Snuka's skull is still shown to this day.
Just When They Think They Know the Answers I Change the Questions
Roddy Piper was larger than life and I always wondered why WWE never saw fit to put a world title on him. his IC title match with Bret Hart remains one of my favorite matches of all time to this day.
One word somehow took on a life of it's own when being spoken by the former APA badass Ron Simmons.
WCW's first African-American world champion is beloved by the WWE universe for his willingness to be a simple comedy distraction these days.
I especially loved when he and The Rock ran into each other recently and had a little bit of a nation of domination reunion.
Im the Whole F'n Show
This was an arrogant claim to make, but RVD really was that damn good. He was one of the people in ECW that actually found success in WWE as a world champion.
He is the only person to ever hold the ECW and WWE titles at the same time and is one of the few people to ever wrestle in ECW, WCW, WWE and TNA in his career.
Woo Woo Woo You Know It
After Monday's main event this one had to make it on the list. Ryder is coming along nicely and with any luck he will be the US champion sometimes soon.
His time on Raw last night was probably the best thing that has happened to him since the beginning of his current push as he got to team with Cena in the main event of the evening.
Earlier in the night Cena had used several sayings to describe his partner before it was revealed that it was Ryder in a hilarious segment.
This Is for All the Ladies Who Wanna Be Me and All the Men Who Come to See Me
Sable left such a big impression in the minds of WWE fans that this was one of the only female catchphrases I could think of.
She is currently with Brock Lesnar, but when she was in WWE she was one of the hottest things walking the earth.
Big Poppa Pumps Your Hook-Up, Holla If You Hear Me
Scott Steiner is someone who I never remember was a WCW world champion. It may have to do with the fact that it happened very close to the end of WCW and I had stopped watching the Turner run promotion at that time.
Big Poppa Pump had a big personality and even bigger biceps. I remember thinking it looked like someone had opened up his arm and just jammed a baseball on top of his muscle, that's how big it was.
Thats an Order
Sergeant Slaughter was the only guy who could knock Hogan off his pedestal at the top of his reign in WWE.
The tough talking army drill instructor made waves in WWE by being the spokesman for G.I. Joe as well as aligning himself with The Iron Sheik at one point and turning his back on America.
The Heart Break Kid Has Left the Building
The last time this was spoken by Shawn Michaels, he really was leaving WWE for the last time. He may return in guest appearances down the line, but seeing Shawn wrestle is something we will probably never see again.
One of the best of all time has a catchphrase similar to one of the greatest musicians of all time. Elvis has left the building is one of the more famous phrases in American pop culture.
The great white Sheamus may not have a defined catchphrase, but this is as close as it gets. He has really proven he can work as both a heel and a face lately and I look forward to what he does in his career.
I always laugh a little when he calls someone fella.
Back when he had spiked blonde hair a bright face paint Sting used to scream "It's Showtime!" during his promos.
The future Icon was put on the map after beating Ric Flair for the world title, but in the end it was his personality and in ring ability that set him apart from the rest.
If You Wanna See Me Whoop His Ass Give Me a Hell Yeah
One sure fire way to get a crowd hot is to have Stone Cold Steve Austin come out and talk to them.
The Rattlesnake is another one with numerous entries on this list. He is one of the best wrestlers of all time and his legacy speaks for itself.
Austin 3:16 Says I Just Whooped Your Ass
Delivered after his King of the Ring match with Jake Roberts, this is the line that propelled Stone Cold to superstardom.
Before this promo he was simply known as a solid worker, after this promo he became known as one of the most magnetic personalities in the business.
Besides Ron Simmons I think Stone Cold may be the only person who can pull off a one word catchphrase.
This became such a huge hit with fans that they will still interrupt people with chants of What in between every sentence, especially Mr. McMahon.
Beat Me If You Can... Survive If I Let You!
Taz might be the shortest wrestler in WWE history who is not named Hornswoggle, but he left an impression on fans around the world.
The Human suplex machine had one of the more intimidating sounding catchphrases of all time and he remains one of my favorite ECW wrestlers from the original ECW.
D-Von, Get the Tables!
The Dudley boys are one of the most successful tag teams of all time, having held titles in numerous promotions including TNA, ECW and WWE.
They have been one of the driving forces behind every tag team division they have been in, and until TNA made the decision to break them up they were probably the longest standing team in the business.
Everyones Got a Price
Ted Dibiase Sr. was good enough to where WWE wanted him to carry a title, but they did not want to take Hogan off the top of the mountain so they created the Million Dollar Championship for him.
Along with Virgil Ted Dibiase would come to the ring sporting the gold and diamond belt, but never really defended it that much.
Even though I feel like this has a place on the list, I am not sure Teddy Long has a place in WWE. He has been in the business for a very long time but I think he would be better utilized as a manager than as a GM.
Its Time to Play the Game
Triple H came into WWE as a wrestler with a gimmick of being a Connecticut blue blooded snob, but he turned that into one of the most powerful characters in WWE history.
Triple H now has a significant amount of power in the WWE, but he is still a legitimately good wrestler who can have a high quality match with just about anybody.
Cause Im That Damn Good
Being a 13 time world champion makes it hard to disagree with Triple H when he says this.
Feel the Power
The Ultimate Warrior is one of the most controversial figures in wrestling, but his catchphrase was less than memorable.
I actually had to look up if he even had one because I couldn't remember it, but low and behold, he had one.
Rest in Peace
These are arguably the most iconic three words in wrestling, and they are usually said by arguably the most iconic person in pro wrestling.
The Undertaker has taken a gimmick that should have dies years ago and made it one of the most well known characters in history. Even people who don't watch wrestling know the Undertaker.
Ill Make Ya Famous
During his days when he portrayed more of a biker this was something Undertaker would say to his opponents during promos.
He made good on this promise to Rikishi by throwing him from the top of the Hell in a Cell structure into the bed of a truck.
He also took Jeff Hardy to new heights during their ladder match by showing him respect after it was over.
Its Time, Its Vader Time
Whatever opponent was standing in the ring when these words rang throughout the arena would probably be pretty scared.
Vader was an imposing force in WCW and WWE and to this day remains one of the toughest men to ever lace up a pair of boots.
There is one incident where his eyeball popped out during a match, and he popped it back in and finished the match. That is a true badass.
Val Venis was an entertaining mid card wrestler during his time in WWE and had a decent run as IC champion at one point.
His pornstar character didn't really resonate too well but his raspy voice made this catchphrase standout in the minds of fans.
With these two words Vickie Guerrero can insight a riot in any city. Her shrill voice echoes on the mic as she interrupts people and fans go wild.
Her status as the biggest heel Diva of all time is pretty solidified at this point seeing as she gets more heat than any male wrestler can get.
I read somewhere that the reason Donald Trump could not trademark this term is because Vince McMahon had been using it as his catchphrase for so long.
Before Trump ever uttered these words Vince was screaming them at the top of his lungs.
Kiss My Ass
Another one from the CEO of WWE is probably his favorite. One thing Vince used to do all the time was punish people by making them join the Kiss my ass club.
It was degrading, but it made him an even more hated heel than he already was, which meant it worked.
You Screwed Bret
Even though this isn't a catchphrase that belongs to a wrestler, because the WWE fans used to say it so much I decided to include it under Vince's catch phrases.
WWE fans are fickle creatures and when Vince screwed Bret out of the title it made him into the biggest heel of all time. He capitalized on that and made millions.
This Is Awesome
I figured a great way to end this slideshow would be with one of the WWE fan's catchphrases. This is something we don't hear chanted nearly enough anymore.
Fans will often break out into this chant when a match is really great or one thing in particular happens that gets them on their feet. I was going to include the "Holy &%*^" chant but I figured this was more appropriate.
I hope you enjoyed the slideshow and I applaud anyone who managed to make it to the end of this. As a treat I decided to treat you to the greatest video ever, the debut of the Shockmaster.
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