5 Wrestlers who did stand-up comedy
Some wrestlers have an extra funny bone.
The ability to control the audience is seen as one of the necessary skills that a professional wrestler should possess. The crowd should pop, cheer, jeer and do a whole lot of other interactive activities when the wrestler wants them to and that is a simple bench mark that lets one understand whether a wrestler has learned the trade or not.
And perhaps this is why the professional wrestlers find it easy to jump over to stage performances. Stand-up comedy is one of those art forms that a string of professional wrestlers tried. This list is going to take a look at those professional wrestlers that tried out stand-up comedy.
#5 Dolph Ziggler
Ziggler might not be getting the push that he deserves in the WWE roster, but that has not kept his away from trying his hand elsewhere. Ziggler is apparently a big fan of comedy and has done stand-up comedy on numerous occasions. And his love for comedy also impacted his romantic relationship as well when Ziggler got involved with Amy Schumer, who is considered to be one of America’s most prolific female comedians.
Ziggler did get some positive reviews during his time in the art form and also, he has mentioned that it could be something that he would do regularly after retiring completely from professional wrestling.