Network: USA, Spike TV
Air dates: 1993-Present
Stars: WWE Superstars

Adult wrestling fans take a lot of flack. The stereotype is that they're childish man-children who think the sport is real. We know that's not the case, and we're actually jealous of adult wrestling fans. We wish we could gets as excited about professional wrestling as we did in our youth. What we wouldn't give to be able to feel the same joy in watching John Cena and CM Punk that we used to experience when Hulk Hogan, The Rock, and the Undertaker would enter the squared circle. The testosterone laden soap opera, with its table-breaking theatrics and figure-four leg locking finishing moves, was a highlight of our childhood. Then, suddenly, there came a point that the bravado felt hollow, that we just couldn't believe any more. We bet if we polled the young men of America, they would put the day they realized that wrestling was a sham up their with finding out Santa Claus isn't real in terms of traumatic events. We'll always treasure the days that Troy Aikman, Michael Jordan, and Hulk Hogan all felt like to same sort of hero to us.