The 5 worst impersonations of wrestlers by other wrestlers
They say that imitation is the best form of flattery; it is also a storyline that wrestling bookers jump on to when they are devoid of ideas.
The parody might prove successful if executed in the right manner, but more often than not, the gimmick is overdone leading to yawns from the public. Raw’s village idiot Eugene got more jeers than cheers after his initial charm wore off and his imitating the Stone Cold Stunner and Rock Bottom in the ring was greeted with loud boos.
This list takes a look at the five instances where Superstars parodied others. The list is not restricted to WWE and involves other promotions as well and includes only those gimmicks with a sustained run parodying on one single character – so those parodies by The Big Show and Charlie Haas do not make it.