How '90s WWE Superstars Predicted Today's Style Trends

Kilts are appropriate for all occasions—especially wrestling matches.

WWE Superstar: Rowdy Roddy Piper

Diddy has more money than all of us, so we can't really make fun of him. Because, you know, that would make us look like weak-ass haters. Rowdy "Roddy" Piper probably has something in the bank as well, but more importantly he could also suplex you onto the pavement.

Diddy looked weird in a kilt when he took the stage, but admit it—Piper actually looks rad. Maybe it's the leather jacket he's wearing, or the fact he's ready to stomp you out at a moment's notice—but it's possible that Diddy (and the rest of the hip-hop world) just wanted to look like a dude that doesn't take shit and gives no fucks. We can't blame Diddy, but be warned: If you're a dude wearing a skirt, you'll have to stick up for yourself at one point or another.

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