Six Musicians Who Should've Been Pro Wrestlers Instead
6. David Lee Roth "Dr. Desire"
Perhaps the original incarnation of Andrew W.K., David Lee Roth is a living commercial for gum or maybe a prescription drug with dangerous side-effects. He's always excited and jumping unnecessarily and probably wind-sails in his free time. Pair the attitude up with the fact that he actually worked as a paramedic for a few years, and David Lee Roth would make a perfect wrestler as "Dr. Desire," a kooky, exuberant dreamboat ala Shawn Michaels, the sexiest wrestler.
Finishing Move: "The Doctor's Orders" -- it's just a dropkick. But it's performed after slapping each white spandex-clad ass cheek three times.
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5. Tiny Tim "Tiny Tim"
Hell, he's already got the name for wrestling. Tiny Tim was an interesting guy that remains fairly overlooked as an artist and completely overlooked as a menacing maniac with a Miley Cyrus flesh-colored unitard and a persistent cough. In the trash-talking segments, Tiny Tim's manager, Tommy Teen (a pint-sized albino wearing a checkered suit), would do the majority of the talking while Tim strummed away on the ukulele, singing gibberish in his trademark falsetto.
Finishing Move: "Tiptoe Through the Graveyard" -- Tiny Tim smashes a ukulele over your head, obviously.Next Page
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