Top 10 WWE Superstar costumes
- It requires some good looks, great wrestling ability, well rounded microphone skills and a whole lot of luck to make it in the wrestling business. An ...
It requires some good looks, great wrestling ability, well rounded microphone skills and a whole lot of luck to make it in the wrestling business. Another crucial thing in addition to all these are some good old costumes that stand out from the rest.Coming out wearing a bunny costume on your debut might doom the career right there while wooing the crowd with the costume might make one. It would be premature to say that someone’s success is all about costumes but the role cannot be ignored.Over the course of WWE history, we’ve seen a lot of costumes and there are certain superstars who stood out each and every time. So here is a look at some of those names who always knew to keep the style quotient up.
#10 Bray Wyatt
How can we not love Bray Wyatt? He was probably the most sorted out character that came into WWE in recent history. Bray had an unorthodox wrestling style while most of his microphone work was clearly ahead of the age.
Another thing which stood out was the way he dressed. Bray’s island t-shirt and white pants were a rip off from the famous character Max Cady from Cape Fear but Bray actually wore the attire better than Robert De Niro.
Luke Harper and Erick Rowan also had equally impressive clothes to be precise but Bray’s body language fell perfect with the clothes he wore and since the whole thing was new to the PG era fans, they just soaked it all up.