10 WWE wrestlers who almost never tapped out
Professional wrestlers are notoriously tough. From putting their bodies through unimaginable pain to defying gravity, the performers are some of the most physically impressive athletes in the world today. To be a professional wrestler, you need to have a high tolerance for pain, considering injuries are considered to be a part and parcel of the business.
As such, the WWE superstars have a considerably high threshold for pain. Furthermore, there have been superstars who’ve become legendary figures for the battles they’ve been part of. Today, we take a look at 10 such performers, who’ve almost never tapped out throughout their WWE careers.
Having a size advantage over your opponent always helps. However, when you outweigh your opponent by at least 200 pounds on a regular basis, it almost always works in your favor, considering it becomes almost impossible to lock you in a submission hold. Yokozuna will go down as one of the biggest superstars (literally) in WWE history, and it also meant that Yokozuna almost never tapped out in his WWE career!
Yokozuna is a former WWE Champion, and went up against the biggest names in the 90s, including one of the greatest technical wrestlers of all time, Bret Hart. However, it was almost impossible for anyone to trap Yokozuna in their submission hold, resulting in Yokozuna largely losing his matches by either pinfall or count outs/disqualifications.