Impact News: Rosemary sporting sick new comic book inspired look
She really pulls off her new look.
What's the story?
Professional wrestling is always going to evolve at the speed of culture and borrow from popular themes in the public sphere.
Rosemary is known for her amazing personality and unique mystique, but she recently switched up her look and took on an appearance that resembled 'Venom' from the popular Marvel comic books and it's an amazing look.
In case you didn't know...
Rosemary might be best-known as being the woman who fell victim to Sexy Star losing her cool at TripleMania when she had a shoot armbar locked on her after their match was over.
But her wrestling ability got her to the dance and continues to impress whenever she steps in the ring no matter how many sides it has.
The heart of the matter
There have been several people who change their looks for special occasions in the past. But Finn Balor really does take it to a new level and it looks like Rosemary noticed how sick his Venom look used to look.
Since appearing on WWE television, Finn Balor's Demon look hasn't really strayed from the typical design, unless you count the very brief appearance of the Tiger Demon. Therefore Rosemary decided to use the look herself and she really pulled it off.
She even gave Balor a little hat tip in her post by saying "All Demons share a kinship love of Symbiotes."
It would be pretty cool to see Rosemary take on this kind of look on a regular basis. But now that she's started with Venom, there's no reason to stop because the comic book landscape is full of amazing looks she could borrow from next, including one that Finn Balor never got to do but always wanted to.
This is an amazing illustration! Many pop-culture references have become part of the pro wrestling landscape, and at the same time, just as many pieces of pro wrestling's culture have become popular in the greater public consciousness.
You just have to applaud the execution because it looks so nice. Kudos to everyone involved in pulling this look off.