[[folder: Wrestlers]]
* ABC: Anyone (or Anybody) But Cena, referring to when the fans (mainly the older male fans) were [[XPacHeat getting tired of]] Wrestling/JohnCena, especially in late 2005-2006.
** That nickname will pass once Cena's done with this feud.
* Againstus: When Wrestling/TheNexus told Wrestling/JohnCena that "[[CatchPhrase You're either Nexus, or you're against us]]", and Cena debuted the team of ''Raw'' superstars that he would lead into battle against Nexus at ''[=SummerSlam=] 2010''...well, it's not hard to guess where this nickname for Cena's team came from.
** It won't be long before people start calling The Corre this too.
* (The) Albino Warrior - Nickname for the... um... really, '''really''' [[ButNotTooWhite pale]] WWE wrestler Wrestling/{{Sheamus}}.[[note]]Because he wears ''very'' strong sunblock at all times to keep his pale complexion, he has to get his Vitamin D levels regularly checked.[[/note]] The nickname is also a swipe at the Wrestling/UltimateWarrior, another performer that WWE fans felt was pushed far beyond his wrestling abilities.
** Fans have also taken to calling him the Ginger Giant for obvious reasons.
** Also Lobsterhead, taken from a {{Mondegreen}} of his entrance music: "It's a shameful thing, lobsterhead".
*** Being a ginger with spiky hair does not help his cause here either.
**** Which is why his finisher is known to some as the Ginger's Edge.
** Also, [[Franchise/TheMuppets Beaker]], thanks to Wrestling/{{Edge}} and later, a segment featuring the Muppets.
* The Anabolic Warrior - [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Dave Meltzer]]'s nickname for the Wrestling/UltimateWarrior.
* Arm-Dragon: Wrestling/RickySteamboat when he would use arm drags constantly throughout a match.
* The Barbie Belt: the WWE Divas Championship, due to it looking like a Barbie doll accessory.
** Also called the Butterfly Belt, because of the large butterfly adorned on it.
* Basketball Jones: Wrestling/{{Batista}}. Because "[[MemeticMutation basketballs don't hold grudges]]". Coined by a Website/{{WrestleCrap}} induction, and was [[ForcedMeme forced by Triple Kelly]], one of the website's writers.
* The Class of 2002: The five major superstars who made their WWF/WWE debut in the aforementioned year, namely: Wrestling/BrockLesnar, Wrestling/RandyOrton, Wrestling/{{Batista}}, Wrestling/JohnCena and Wrestling/{{Rey Mysterio|Jr}}. [[Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam Shelton Benjamin]] gets thrown in occasionally.
** Of the five, four are either in-ring or in dark matches as of 2914.
* Batistwo: New recruit for Wrestling/TheNexus Mason Ryan due to his remarkable resemblance to former WWE superstar Wrestling/{{Batista}}. Coined by Wrestling/ChrisJericho.
** Also, Welshtista.
* The Belt Bitch: After NXT Rookie Kaval (indy star Wrestling/LowKi) was stuck with WWE Divas [[Wrestling/LayCool Michelle [=McCool=] and Layla El]] (who proclaimed themselves "co-Women's Champions") as his Pros, he got stuck carrying around their belts a number of times, leading to him getting this nickname.
* Big Poochie (or Big Lazy) - Wrestling/KevinNash in his days as a Wrestling/{{WCW}} booker during the [=nWo=] era, when he wrote himself into a one-man SpotlightStealingSquad. Taken from the appropriate ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' episode, especially from Homer's suggestion that "when Poochie isn't around, the other characters should look sad and say, 'Where's Poochie?'" which is what many people thought WCW might as well be when he booked.
* Big Slow (or Pig Slow) - Wrestling/{{WWE}} wrestler Wrestling/TheBigShow, whenever he is a heel. Obviously because he was very slow in the ring due to his big size. Sometimes used in-canon by [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]].
* The Big Three - In the '80s, [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]], [[Wrestling/NationalWrestlingAlliance the NWA]], and [[Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation AWA]]; in the '90s, WWF, Wrestling/{{WCW}}, and Wrestling/{{ECW}}. These days, it refers to WWE, Wrestling/{{TNA}}, and [[Wrestling/RingOfHonor ROH]] though some fans feel that the term grossly overstates the importance of the latter two.
* [=BikerTaker=] - Wrestling/TheUndertaker during his "American Badass" / "Big Evil" runs, where he was most known for riding a motorcycle out to the ring.
** Also could be named "Mean" Mark Callous since he once wrestled under this name.
* Bizarro World - The Canadian wrestling fans, due to them cheering for the heels and any Canadian wrestler, whether they're a face or a heel. Coined by ''WWE Raw'' color commentator [[Wrestling/JerryLawler Jerry "The King" Lawler]].
* Blackberg - Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s Wrestling/BobbyLashley, due to his physical similarities to Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} and usage of the Spear.
* Black Cena - [[Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers Darren Young]], due to his physical resemblance to Wrestling/JohnCena. Became an AscendedMeme when Young mentioned it on an episode of Raw.
* Black Lesnar - Bobby Lashley again, due to his physical similarities and oddly similar career path with Wrestling/BrockLesnar.
** Brock Lashley is another one used for this.
** Also Choc Lesnar to some.
* Black Ref - Justin King, the African-American referee that is responsible for most Diva matches in WWE.
* Bluetista - Wrestling/{{Batista}} after his all-blue attire at ''Payback 2014''.
* Bobby Rooooooo - Wrestling/{{TNA}} wrestler Wrestling/BobbyRoode, according to the ring announcers. Popularized by {{Website/Botchamania}}.
* Bobcore Holly - WWE's [[Wrestling/BobHolly Hardcore Holly]]. Why? Well, his first name is Bob, and he wasn't hardcore ([[BloodierAndGorier until he proved otherwise]])...
** Baldcore Holly - Coined by Wrestling/ChrisJericho, due to Holly's noticeably receding hairline.
* Bootista - Wrestling/{{Batista}} was frequently booed out of the arena during his 2014 run for winning the Royal Rumble, not being [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], and being out of ring shape.
* Bork Laser - Wrestling/BrockLesnar; this name was coined by Ebenezer Mittelsdorf (AKA sillySUPERPOP, kidlockdmh, or Grim.) in GTS Wrestling as a parody of Brock Lesnar, complete with western accent and a few catchphrases, now used to bypass copyrights on YouTube.
* Botchtista - Wrestling/{{Batista}} had a tendency to botch a lot.
* Botch Cara - Wrestling/SinCara due to his tendency to botch a lot.
* Bret Clarke - See, Michael Buffer didn't really prepare for his WCW announcing gigs....
* Brockberg: Wrestling/BrockLesnar, who many fans felt was being booked as just another Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}-style wrestler.
* Buckwheat - Ex-WWE wrestler Orlando Jordan, due to his noticeable hairstyle.
** Whoopi - Jordan grew out his hair prior to joining TNA. Coined by D'Angelo Dinero.
* Carlton - David Otunga, due to his uncanny resemblance to Carlton Banks from ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir''.
* Chef Hardy - Wrestling/JeffHardy, due to ring announcer Justin Roberts, and his bad habit of dragging out the pronunciation of Hardy's name a little too long.
** Shawn Cena - Justin Roberts strikes again!
* Cena Christ Superstar - Wrestling/JohnCena, what with his being all but unbeatable and being pushed like he's the Messiah of wrestling. Was also sort-of crucified during an I Quit match.
* [=CeNexus=] - The Nexus after Cena was forced to join.
** [=NexSES=] - After Wrestling/CMPunk took it over. A reference to Punk's old stable, the Straight Edge Society (SES).
* The Class Ring / The Super Bowl Ring - Nickname for the new WWE Championship Belt that debuted in 2013 due to its resemblance to a championship ring.
** Big Logo being used as well.
* Cody Von Doom - Wrestling/CodyRhodes in his psycho gimmick where he felt his "dashing" face has been disfigured (despite that clearly not being the case) and wore a mask and hood to compensate. In other words, he's become DoctorDoom. Even his mask looks like Doom's made of clear plastic.
* Cole Miners - Wrestling/MichaelCole fans. Yes, [[CreatorsPet he]] has fans.
** [[AscendedMeme Ascended]], as Cole himself has used the phrase at least once.
* Cow Blood / Cow Wood - "Cold Blood" Wrestling/MattHardy, due to [[http://shoptna.com/images/products/detail/HardyBrosTeesMatt.jpg this unfortunate choice of font in this TNA T-shirt.]]
* Cripple H - Wrestling/TripleH, mainly used for the 2001-2005 period when he seemed to suffer a muscle tear every other week.
* Crispin WAH - A reference to the way Howard Finkel would pronounce Wrestling/ChrisBenoit's name.
* D-Mac - Drew [=McIntyre=]
* Da Dweem / Duthhh-tay - "The American Dream" Wrestling/DustyRhodes, due to his speech impediment, if you weeel.
* The Dancing Axis Powers - The WCW trio of [[Wrestling/GlennGilbertti Disco Inferno]] (Italian descent), Alex Wright (a German national), and Tokyo Magnum (Japanese). (Disco and Wright were referred to, on-screen, as "The Dancing Fools" and/or "The Boogie Knights". Or, based on a Tony Schiavone [[FreudianSlip slip of the tongue]], the "Dancing Dildos," when he supposedly meant to just say "Dodos")
* Daniel Wrestling/BryanDanielson - A portmanteau of the American Dragon's real and current WWE ring name due to DBD's (the also-popular acronym for "Daniel Bryan Danielson", by the way) renaming ending up better than most.
** Bryan Dancingson - DBD has some awesome dance moves, as he demonstrated on Raw one week.
** [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Fred Fredburger]] - [[CatchPhrase YES!]]
** Dirk Dickbutt - Before Danielson debuted as Daniel Bryan, there was a host of speculation as to what WWE would rename him. Somebody suggested this, and it snowballed from there.
* The Dark Angel - Justin Gabriel as a member of Wrestling/TheNexus. It's a play of his last name Gabriel, which is a reference to the Archangel Gabriel.
** And the fact that his original FCW name was Justin Angel, which is probably where his WWE TV name came from.
** Before FCW he used to be called PJ Black. This may or may not also be relevant to the "Dark" part.
* Dapper Dave - Wrestling/{{Batista}}, so named because his first name is Dave and he often wears [[BadassInANiceSuit sharp pinstripe suits]].
** More commonly, simply "Big Dave", although that's more an in-character nickname bestowed upon him by Wrestling/RicFlair. The funny thing is that famed wrestling reporter "Big" Dave Meltzer has been known to receive…interesting…e-mails and radio show calls from sadly confused Wrestling/{{Batista}} fangirls.
* Death Rey: Wrestling/SaraDelRey
* Douchetista: Heel Batista from 2009-2010, when he started acting like [[CaptainObvious a douche]]. Not exactly a bad thing, as fans were known to remark that "Douchetista is the [[IncrediblyLamePun Bestista]]."
** For some fans, [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation Batista was like this for a lot of his face run]], and only now he was targeting the good guys instead and turning the negative aspects that already existed UpToEleven.
* Down South: WCW and, currently, TNA (whose main offices are in Tennessee, but the shows are shot at Universal Studios in Orlando).
* The Dumbest Man in Professional Wrestling - Wrestling/{{Sting}} earned this nickname by literally being booked as the single most StupidGood {{face}} ever.
** Also can apply to Kurt Angle in 2012/2013 after he unknowingly mentored two members of the Aces & Eights (and was responsible for one getting into TNA in the first place) and failed to reveal who the Vice President of the faction was in time for anyone to do anything.
* The Dwayne - Refers to The Rock, whose real name is Wrestling/DwayneJohnson; recently, Johnson moved away from having "The Rock" being included in his name for his acting credits, inspiring the nickname.
* The 'E - The Wrestling/{{WWE}}
** Also known for a short time as "The Ent" by analogy with its nickname prior to its boneheaded lawsuit-induced name change, "The Fed." Or the "Wweeeee", as analogy to the "Whiff" (try to pronounce "WWF" as a word)
*** Notably, it's not ''the'' WWE. It's just WWE. Or 'E, I guess.
** The reason for this, if you don't know what the E stands for, was prominent in one reprint of ''Foley Is Good'', where it seemed like Wrestling/MickFoley had written "the World Wrestling Federation" a lot and an editor had hastily gone through the book with Find->Replace in a word processing program to substitute Entertainment for Federation.
* Easy-E: Then-Wrestling/{{WCW}} executive producer and president Wrestling/EricBischoff. Also Sleazy-E, owing both to his slimy on-air character and the alleged incident where he and his wife picked up a stripper for a threesome.
* Eater of Shit: For Wrestling/SethRollins, who had the bad habit of being the member of Shield to perform the highest spots and take the sickest bumps. (A play on Bray Wyatt's official nom de guerre of "Eater of Worlds".)
* Wrestling/{{ECW}} Sloppy Seconds, ECW So Are We Dating Or What - the ''second'' ECW '''One Night Stand''' Pay-Per-View.
* Eddiesploitation - The period of time from his death to WrestleMania 22 that Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's death was made such a big deal in the WWE that a wrestling manager who used to know him actually thought it might've been a work. Also applied to whenever Eddie is used as a posthumous plot point.
* E-jects - The various wrestlers who departed Wrestling/{{WWE}} (sometimes against their will) for TNA, and who are, for the most part, very vocal and bitter about their time spent in the WWE (some of them justifiably so, some of them not).
* Elroy: Crash Holly, after Chris Jericho repeatedly called him that due to his resemblance to Elroy Jetson. He was originally annoyed when fans chanted "El-Roy" at him, but he eventually embraced it.
* Evan Braun - Music/OzzyOsbourne's uniquely muddled pronunciation of Wrestling/EvanBourne's name was adopted by many fans.
* Fat(t) Hardy/Lardy - Nickname(s) given to Wrestling/MattHardy due to his weight gain.
** [[AscendedMeme Ascended]] in 2013 as Hardy went as [[https://twitter.com/RebySky/status/396068783040651264/photo/1 Fatt Hardy]] for Halloween.
* Flying Warthog - Bill [=DeMott=] (Wrestling/HughMorrus, General Rection), owing to his use of the moonsault as a finish and, um, ''unique'' appearance.
* Future Endeavored - What happens to someone in the Wrestling/{{WWE}} when they have been fired. Taken from WWE.com's boilerplate for reporting these events: "WWE has come to terms on the release of {Insert Name Here}. We wish him the best in his future endeavors."
** It's gotten to the point where [[Wrestling/JimRoss Good Ol' JR]] himself [[AscendedMeme used the term]] to discuss Charlie Sheen's firing from ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen''.
** AscendedMeme, alright. WWE has now started to sell [[http://chaddukeswrestlingshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/W03651BX.jpg this shirt,]] and it's been worn on programming on one occasion by Wrestling/JohnLaurinaitis, who is the on- and off-screen man responsible for those roster decisions.
* Genesis - The "group" that seemed to have formed on the final episode of season 2 of WWE NXT. After [[Wrestling/LowKi Kaval's]] victory, the other seven NXT rookies attacked Kaval and the pros. The attacked invoked similarities to Wrestling/TheNexus, so many people thought they would be forming another stable similar to the faction terrorizing Raw at the time. The name "Genesis" came from a promo by [[Wrestling/CurtisAxel Michael McGillicutty]], who was the runner up that season and supposed leader of the new group.
* The Ginger Ninja - Wrestling/HeathSlater, used by those who don't want to call him…
** Wendy's Chick - A nickname coined by John Cena on an episode of Raw; a photoshop of Slater in the Wendy's logo accompanied it.
* Glenn the Libertarian/Libertarian Glenn - Kane's unmasked, sharp-dressed appearance from Oct. 2013-May 2014, due to him looking as he did in his personal life and at various political gatherings.
** The Red-State Machine and Well-Read Machine are not terribly uncommon either. In any case, Corporate Kane or Korporate Kane ended up becoming AscendedFanon.
** After his re-masking in 2014, fans occasionally call him THEDEMONKANE because of the Authority and commentators' odd tendency to refer to him as "The Demon Kane" almost exclusively since then.
** Another more hilarious nickname thrown around with Kane's metamorphosis to a slacks-wrestling lackey has been Angry Accountant.
* [=GoatFace=] - [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], due to an insult by Wrestling/CMPunk on the June 11, 2012 episode of ''[[Wrestling/{{WWERaw}} Raw]]'' which became an instant meme on {{Twitter}}.
** WWE took this and ''[[AscendedMeme ran with it to the max]]'', to the point where goats have become Bryan's AnimalMotif and his diving headbutt, for example, has been nicknamed "The Flying Goat."
* (Triple) Haitch - Wrestling/TripleH, due to Wrestling/WilliamRegal's very English pronunciation of the letter "H".
** Given that it's very similar to "Naitch," the nickname he coined for his idol Wrestling/RicFlair, Hunter would probably be pretty proud of that nickname.
* HBAJ and Shesel - Wrestling/AJLee and Tamina as a reference to [[ShawnMichaels HBK]] and [[KevinNash Diesel]]
* He Who Must Not Be Named, You-Know-Who, Lord Voldemort, Tioneb, Chr*s B*n**t, Chris [Redacted] - The late Wrestling/ChrisBenoit, referring to WWE's unwritten rule of avoiding naming or referencing him by any means possible since the Benoit tragedy.
** The same used to apply to [[Wrestling/RandySavage Randy "Macho Man" Savage]], given how Wrestling/VinceMcMahon had, for all intents and purposes, completely written him out of WWE history. (And let's not get started on an urban legend that turned into somewhat of a meme. Most IWC members know the one.) However, they are doing a little better including Savage on [=DVDs=] - he appeared on the Best of Saturday Night's Main Event and the Intercontinental Championship sets, and got a three-disc best-of collection called ''Macho Madness'', and he appeared in an online promo for ''Wrestling/WWEAllStars''. Also, Savage is to be inducted in the 2015 WWE HoF class.
*** For those not in the know, the urban legend is that Randy Savage [[MemeticMolester allegedly raped]] an underage Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon.
** As for the guy this nickname was originally for, oddly enough, he has his own, half-page entry in the recent WWE Encyclopedia. This became, by far, the most notable feature of the encyclopedia.
*** Further subverted when this statement appeared in a History of WWE magazine: ''"What about the Wrestling/ChrisBenoit tragedy? We're two years removed - will there ever be a time when we can acknowledge him as part of WWE history?" Vince's response: "It's not right to pretend he didn't exist. It's one thing to include him as part of a historical perspective, which I believe is OK, and it's another thing to promote him, which is not OK. The situation is very similar to that of O.J. Simpson - despite his controversy, O.J. was still a part of the NFL scene. You can't deny that he existed."''
*** Benoit footage can now be seen on WWE's streaming video service, the WWE Network, uncut... although it's preceded by a very prominent disclaimer.
* (HH)HGH - Wrestling/TripleH; spawned during his year-long injury hiatus, when it became known that his type of quad tear is almost never seen outside of heavy steroid users. The fact that he came back more buff than ever did nothing to quell this.
** And after coming back from the second of such quad tears, he looked considerably slimmed down.
* Hoke Hogan/Hoak Hogan/Ho Kogan - Wrestling/HulkHogan, from the Wrestling/UltimateWarrior's odd pronunciation of the Hulkster's ring name.
* Hoeski - Wrestling/EveTorres, coined by John Cena when calling her out on leading Wrestling/ZackRyder to ruin and planning to do the same with him with her feminine wiles. It has become a popular crowd chant.
-->'''John Cena''': I lost a Broski for a Hoeski!
* Idiot and Doofus: Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon and Wrestling/TripleH respectively, following Wrestling/CMPunk's infamous WorkedShoot in the Summer of 2011.
* Jables, Jibbles - Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield, otherwise known as JBL. No doubt helped by the fact that he had gotten slightly out of shape during the end of his WWE run (When the JBL name started) and was quite jiggly in his ring attire.
* Jack Thwagger - [[Wrestling/JackSwagger Mr. Thwagger]] hath a very notitheable lithp.
* John Laryngitis - Wrestling/JohnLaurinaitis, the Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and Interim RAW General Manager, for his rather rough voice.
** Has become an AscendedMeme as well, with WWE working it in through one of Wrestling/SantinoMarella's funnier {{Malaproper}} moments.
** Laurinaitis's old ring name, "Johnny Ace"; is commonly used as well for people who have trouble spelling and/or pronouncing his last name or are just more used to it.
* [=JoMo=] - Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s Wrestling/JohnMorrison.
** It seems this one might have [[AscendedMeme ascended]]. If his Facebook is authentic, then he signs his post as [=JoMo=].
*** Melina has used it as a nickname in Twitter posts, so [[AscendedMeme ascension]] has been confirmed.
** J-Mo - the original version which Morrison himself coined on his "Mizfits and [=MOFOs=]" rap video with Wrestling/TheMiz when they were mocking Cryme Tyme.
** [=JoMo=] in [=SloMo=] - his slow-motion entrance.
* Juan Bradshaw Layfield - Wrestling/AlbertoDelRio, whose gimmick is essentially the same as JBL's, as portrayed by a Mexican. Lampshaded by Wrestling/{{Christian}} shortly after Del Rio's debut.
* The Kick-Me Squad, The B-Team: the gang of second-string wrestlers that joined the [=nWo=] after they'd been around for a while; the most "notable" ones included Stevie Ray (Wrestling/BookerT's brother), Scott Norton, Horace Hogan (Wrestling/HulkHogan's nephew), and Brian Adams.
* King of Swing - Antonio Cesaro for his freakish strength and duration when using the Giant Swing.
* Kobe Johnston - Wrestling/KofiKingston, after two separate Raw guest hosts managed to mangle his first and last name. This one is a favorite of [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment the Spoony One]].
* The [=KoolAid=] Man: Wrestling/MarkHenry, due to his red ring attire, considerable girth and very deep voice.
** Used on Raw by Wrestling/{{Batista}}. "You'll be alright, [=KoolAid=]!"
** Referenced by Henry himself sometime later. "My heart don't pump [=KoolAid=]!"
* Lacey Von Botch - [[Wrestling/VonErichFamily Lacey Von Erich]] for her disappointing wrestling ability, despite her [[WrestlingFamily family pedigree]].
* La hija del Undertaker - President Ramu aka Kaicho Ramu, a little girl with superhuman strength (she is capable of chokeslamming and suplexing adults) and dark powers, leading fans to joke that she is Wrestling/TheUndertaker's long lost daughter.
* Linda "Miss a Missile Dropkick By" Miles: To Linda Miles aka Shaniqua, after she attempted a missile dropkick and aimed about four feet wide.
* The Macchiato Mauler - A nickname given to David Otunga since he is often seen with a coffee thermos.
* [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] - Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s Wrestling/SantinoMarella, due to his outrageous-a stereotypical-a Italian-a accent-a (he's actually Canadian-born, with some Italian blood in his veins).
* The [=McMahon=]-in-Law: Wrestling/TripleH.
* [=McRib=] - [[Wrestling/{{LayCool}} Michelle [=McCool=]]] for her extremely skinny figure.
** Twiggy - Same reason.
* Meth Hardy - A nickname for Wrestling/JeffHardy inspired by his well-known drug abuse issues. (another of many nicknames possibly coined by GTS Wrestling (See Bork Laser above))
* Midd Cardy - Wrestling/MattHardy, due to his inability to get high-profile matches.
* Mini-Masters - Ex-Wrestling/{{TNA}} wrestler Anthony Nese, who looks like he was Chris Masters' twin who was separated at birth.
* Muta Scale - A ranking on how bloody a match gets. Named after puroresu legend Wrestling/TheGreatMuta, who was known for grievously bloody matches. Specifically, "1 Muta" is defined as the amount Muta bled during a 1992 match against Hiroshi Hase. Because very rarely is a match bloody enough to warrant a full point, the ratings are typically 0.x Muta.
** Wrestling/ChrisJericho hit 1.0 Muta in the Thrillseekers (Jericho[=/=]Wrestling/LanceStorm) vs. the Heavenly Bodies ("The Doctor of Desire" Tom Prichard and "Gigolo" Jimmy Del Ray) match at ''Wrestling/{{SMW}} Night of the Legends'', August 5, 1994, which was the bloodiest match in SMW history.
** Even more rarely, a match gets ''above'' 1 Muta. Example: Wrestling/TheUndertaker vs Wrestling/BrockLesnar Hell In A Cell.
** Wrestling/EddieGuerrero vs. Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield at Judgment Day '04. '''UpToEleven'''. '''FULL. STOP.'''
* The Mutants / the Wrestling/{{ECW}} Faithful - Fans of the pre-revival ECW. A term coined by Wrestling/JoeyStyles, for the fans'...well, ''unusual'' behavioral traits. Since ECW's fall, it has become a nickname for Philadelphia fans in general, ECW's hometown. Also, individual fans also get nicknames, such as:
** Hat Guy - A fan who always dressed in Hawaiian shirts, sunglasses, and a large straw hat.
** Kato - A fan who looks like Kato Kaelin, a man famous for being OJ Simpson's house guest.
** Sign Guy - [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin He had lots of signs]]. An homeage to him was later incorporated into Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys' act as Sign Guy Dudley.
** Faith No More Guy - He looked like Music/FaithNoMore lead guitarist Jim Martin.
** Tie Dye Guy - famous for his loud, tie-dye shirts.
* The Neverjobber, The [[NoSell Underseller]], [[FailOSuckyName [=Nosell McNeverjob=]]] - Smark nicknames for Wrestling/TheUndertaker, particularly when he's gone a long time without jobbing cleanly (which is most of the time).
* Nexus Wolfpac - The group eventually named [[Wrestling/TheNexus the Corre]]; which is a reference to when the [=nWo=] split, with the defectors were known as the [=nWo=] Wolfpac.
* The Ninja Spot - The moment at the ''Wrestling/RoyalRumble'' where Wrestling/WilliamRegal pushed Wrestling/JohnMorrison off the apron and Morrison saved himself from elimination by hooking himself on the barricade surrounding the ring, tight-rope walked it to the steel steps and then jumped onto to the steps and then kicked William Regal (who just got eliminated himself) right in the head.
** Sometimes called the "Spider-Man" spot because of a comment by Matt Striker.
* Nipple H - [[Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon Stephanie [=McMahon=]-Helmsley]], daughter of Wrestling/VinceMcMahon, real-life (and currently) on-screen wife of Wrestling/TripleH. Stacked like pancakes (to say nothing of when she was pregnant). Term coined by Website/{{WrestleCrap}}... and if you look for "Stephanie [=McMahon=]" on a certain site that [[Website/{{Uncyclopedia}} parodies]] [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]], the title changes before your eyes to "Nipple H".
* Nommy Dreamer - Wrestling/TommyDreamer, because of his slightly overweight build. A cross of his name and the OM NOM NOM onomatopoeia for loud eating.
** Similarly, "Fatty Dreamer", which came about because of a bit from a shoot interview with Scott "Wrestling/{{Raven}}" Levy where he out-and-out called Dreamer fat.
* nXt - Coined by members of the Website/{{WrestleCrap}} forums as well as a [[{{Foreshadowing}} Michael Tarver shirt]], this nickname plays on the supposed similarities between the season one NXT rookies (now officially Nexus) and the Wrestling/NewWorldOrder (typeset as nWo).
** (The) NXT Five - As a ShoutOut to the "Smackdown Six" of the Ruthless Aggression Era, this references a group of highly-touted independent and/or puroresu superstars that WWE stockpiled into NXT. The 'group' came into being when Wrestling/AdrianNeville (formerly PAC; British) and Wrestling/SamiZayn] (the former El Generico; Canadian with Middle Eastern (Syrian?) ancestry) were joined in 2014 by Wrestling/KevinSteen (renamed Kevin Owens; French-Canadian), Hideo Itami (formerly known as KENTA) and Finn Balor (formerly known as Prince Devitt, from Ireland). Occasionally Solomon Crowe, formerly known as Sami Callihan, is thrown in to make it six.
** The FCW Four - The NXT Five's predecessor group back when it was Florida Championship Wrestling, which consisted of [[Wrestling/ClaudioCastagnoli (Antonio) Cesaro]], Wrestling/SethRollins, Wrestling/DeanAmbrose, and [[Wrestling/ChrisHero Kassius Ohno]]. The group slowly evolved into the modern NXT Five/Six.
* The Orange Goblin - Coined by InsidePulse's Creator/ScottKeith for Wrestling/HulkHogan, in reference to the odd tone his skin takes on when he tans (which is ''all the time'').
* The Orange Midget: Wrestling/{{Tazz}} for being short and having orange in most of his outfits.
* Peanuthead - Teddy Long. Fairly self-explanatory, almost always used affectionately.
* The Pennies - The [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-t.html WWE Tag Team Title Belts]], since they're [[http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/images/photos/001/010/877/newtagbelts_crop_340x234.jpg?1282226374 perfectly round, coppery, and have faces in profile on them,]] and because of the WWE's perceived low opinion of the Tag Team division as of late.
* The Platinum Phoenix - The redesigned [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/us/ecw/ecw-h.html WWE ECW Heavyweight Championship]] belt, given the nickname due to its silver plating and the phoenix-like graphic shown prior to title matches.
* Playboy Push - For a number of years, WWE would heavily push a female wrestler who was set to appear nude on the pages of ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' (especially if that issue's release happened to fall within a couple of months of [=WrestleMania=]).
** Also applies to TNA, with Traci Brooks' return to television coinciding with her confirmation that she will be appearing in Playboy.
*** Until it was revealed that she wouldn't be in the magazine itself, but on the online version. After the reveal, her push died completely and she once again disappeared from TV.
** Strangely, it might be said that there is also a Playboy Curse, because every woman who has done so thus far has either been future endeavoured or just left the company (since most of them attempt to use Playboy to get some mainstream recognition, this isn't exactly mysterious).
* The [[Franchise/PowerRangers Power Ranger]]- Wrestling/{{WWE}} wrestler Wrestling/MontelVontaviousPorter, owing to his unusual ring attire, which was designed to cover up a sizeable chest tattoo of Malcolm X. Coined by then-color commentator of Smackdown, Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield (at 2006's No Mercy PPV) and later adopted by the live crowds at Smackdown events:
-->'''JBL''': I wanna slap that smile right off his face. He hasn't busted a grape. He comes here, calling himself MVP, dressed like a Bud Light can, stole that outfit from a damn Power Ranger, and he walks around strutting IN A RING THAT I'VE BLED, SWEAT, AND BUSTED MY ASS IN!
** The ironic thing is that the outfit's pretty clearly supposed to be based off the [=UnderArmor=] line of athletic apparel, making it literally the most practical wrestling costume in history.
** At Wrestling/{{ECW}}'s first [=PPV=] "Barely Legal," the before the Wrestling/MichinokuProWrestling six-man tag team match featuring Wrestling/TheGreatSasuke[=/=]Gran Hamada/Masato Yakushiji vs. the BWO (Wrestling/TAKAMichinoku/Dick Togo/MEN's Teioh) match, the fans chanted "Power Ranger" at Yakushiji.
* Punchy/The Sand Rippah - Taken from Ahmed Johnson's gibberish promos from the ''WWF Warzone'' video game, where he asks the player "[[NoIndoorVoice IF YOU WANNA STAMP UP TO PUNCHY, BRINGUM TOYS!]] [[MemeticMutation COZ THERE AIN'T NUFFIN' ON THIS URF THAT CAN SAVE YOU FROM THE SAND RIPPAH!]]"
* Reign Of Terror, a nickname in reference to Wrestling/TripleH's 2002-2004 constant title reigns (sometimes spelled as the Reign of Terra, a play on his first gimmick, Terra Ryzing.)
* Music/RickRoss - Mark Henry after [[BaldOfAwesome shaving his head]]. He also dressed as him for Halloween.
* [=ROHbots=] - The Fan Community Nickname for Wrestling/RingOfHonor fans. Also can be derogatory when said by an Anti-ROH fan.
* Ryberg - Ryback, due to his striking resemblance to Goldberg. Goldback also works.
* Ryblack - Wrestling/BigELangston due to the similarities between him and Wrestling/{{Ryback}}.
** Choc Lesnar - Langston's nickname coined by himself on his Twitter.
*** To a lesser extent, Soulberg, due to his similarity to... [[Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} you know who]]...
* Sexodus - The Season 3 rookies of NXT. With the Season 1 rookies forming Wrestling/TheNexus and the Season 2 rookies quite possibly forming a stable called Genesis, it seems likely that the all-Diva season could do the same. A {{Portmanteau}} of Sex and Exodus, the second book of Literature/TheBible (Genesis was the first); also due to the letter X being featured prominently in both "Sexodus" and "Nexus".
* Sexy Tarzan - Masato Yoshino. Coined by female fans because he's very attractive and muscular, and he used to have a jungle-man gimmick.
* The Schoolmarm Of Doom: [[Characters/WWEDivas Ivory]], during her stint with Right To Censor.
* [[MortalKombat Shao Kahn]] - Triple H for his more recent entrance costumes for Wrestlemania, notably Wrestlemanias 27 and 30.
* The Shooting [=StaRKO=] - named for Wrestling/RandyOrton's counter of Wrestling/EvanBourne's FinishingMove, the Shooting Star Press, into Orton's FinishingMove, the RKO.
** Also termed [=AiR=]-KO, which is also pretty badass.
* Since becoming an AmoralAttorney with ever-present cup of coffee, Otunga's gotten the nicknames, "Attorney At Raw," "Mochiatto Mauler," [[Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir "Carlton,"]] [[AscendedMeme which Cena lampshaded]] and this troper's favorite, Folgers Soldier.
** Some have noted the connection with Wrestling/JohnLaurinaitis (formerly Johnny Ace) and deemed him [[VisualNovel/AceAttorney Ace's Attorney]].
* [=SIXtune=]: Wrestling/{{TNA}} stable Fourtune, which at its peak consisted of Wrestling/RicFlair, Wrestling/AJStyles, Kazarian, Desmond Wolfe, and Beer Money (Wrestling/JamesStorm and [[Wrestling/BobbyRoode Robert Roode]]).
** Later on, the faction would consist of Styles, Kazarian, Storm, Roode, Matt Morgan, and Douglas Williams, with Flair managing, all while being part of a Super PowerStable with Immortal.
** [=FIVEtune=]: Fortune would later drop Williams and Morgan and then HeelFaceTurn away from Immortal, bring the group down to the Four that the name and logo would indicate. This being TNA, they would add Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels to the fold anyway just to ensure that Fortune can't actually have four people in it.
*** [[IncrediblyLamePun Fortunately]], they tweaked the spelling from "Fourtune" to "Fortune" even before dropping Williams, Morgan, and Immortal so that it wouldn't be such a big elephant in the room.
* Skittles - Wrestling/JeffHardy, owing to his usually multi-coloured hair (and, in recent years, body paint).
* The [=SmackDown=] Six - In 2002, three tag teams ([[Wrestling/EddieGuerrero Eddie]] & Wrestling/{{Chavo|GuerreroJr}}, Wrestling/{{Edge}} & Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr, and Wrestling/ChrisBenoit & Wrestling/KurtAngle) delivered tag team matches (as well as singles matches) of such a consistently high caliber that they were given this unofficial nickname to indicate their importance to the ''[=SmackDown!=]'' brand that year. They were the top three teams in the tournament to crown the first-ever [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-t.html WWE [=SmackDown=] Tag Team Champions]].
** "The New [=SmackDown=] Six" has been used to refer to Wrestling/{{Edge}}, Mysterio, Wrestling/JeffHardy, Wrestling/CMPunk, Wrestling/JohnMorrison and Wrestling/ChrisJericho. Since then, Edge (temporarily), Punk, and Morrison have moved to Raw, and Hardy's gone to Wrestling/{{TNA}}.
*** If you had to pick a [=Smackdown=] Six now, it would be Wrestling/AlbertoDelRio, Mysterio, Wrestling/JackSwagger, Wrestling/KofiKingston, Drew [=McIntyre=], and Wrestling/CodyRhodes.
*** The as of March, 24 Smackdown Six are {{Edge}}, Del Rio, {{Christian}}, Mysterio, Rhodes, Wrestling/TheBigShow, Wrestling/{{Kane}}, and [[Wrestling/TheNexus The Corre]] (they alternate)
* Smark Central - The northeastern United States, particularly Philadelphia, PA and New York City, as the region has the highest concentration of [[SmartMark Smarks]].
** Also, to some extent, southeastern Canada.
* [=StupidStar=] - Wrestling/JeffJarrett, from an incident in WCW when he mispronounced "superstar" and described himself as "the [=StupidStar=]".
* SPEARSPEARSPEAR - Used to refer to Wrestling/{{Edge}}'s "ultimate opportunist" gimmick, which usually consists of Wrestling/{{Edge}} showing up when an opponent is weakened, [[EyeTake looking deranged]] and ultimately using his finishing move, Spear, on the opponent. [[AscendedMeme What really kickstarted the name was when he suffixed all of his sentences with "spear" in a promo with Chris Jericho.]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xx6H6Rs0_AA Spearspearspear.]]
* Speed Star - [[Wrestling/DragonGate Masato Yoshino]], since he's very, very fast. Has since become a RedBaron.
* Spring Cleaning - The period in March and April right around ''Wrestling/{{Wrestlemania}}'' when there's usually a mass firing of lower and mid-card superstars.
* Stone Clone - Wrestling/JohnCena during his Dr. of Thuganomics days for being a Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin {{expy}}-of-sorts.
* Summerfest - Wrestling/{{SummerSlam}}, as Jeremy Piven called it while guest hosting Raw.
* Summer of Suck - Wrestling/{{WCW}} in the Summer of 1999 produced some of the worst shows in the history of the business on a weekly basis, courtesy of the Wrestling/KevinNash booking regime. To elaborate, Nash believed that the actual wrestling aspect of professional wrestling was passe and regularly presented shows consisting primarily of pre-taped skits. The low point was a particular Nitro where their opening uncontested hour was ''nothing but skits and segments''.
** As summer turned into fall, Wrestling/EricBischoff was sent home from the company and would essentially be replaced by Wrestling/VinceRusso and Ed Ferrera. Normally, this is where we'd say things went FromBadToWorse, but it is debatable that Russo's inaugural run with the company was better (or at least more fun to watch) than the extremely dull shows from the Summer of Suck.
* Surfer Sting - Referring to Wrestling/{{Sting}} in his initial run in the NWA and WCW, where he had short bleached-blonde hair and colorful facepaint/trunks.
** Crow Sting - Sting's [=nWo=]-inspired transformation, and the look he's retained ever since, which was obviously inspired by the film adaptation of ''Franchise/TheCrow'' (and allegedly suggested to Sting by Wrestling/ScottHall). Also referred to as "Sad Mime Sting" by [=411Mania=]'s Arnold Furious.
*** Lobster Sting - an unfortunate side effect of the above, as after Sting joined the [=nWo=] Wolfpac, he changed the white on his outfit to red... including the scorpions, which now made him look like a mascot for a seafood restaurant.
** Post-Crow Sting: Sting's character in TNA. Differs from Crow Sting in that, while Crow Sting was completely silent, Post-Crow Sting ''never'' shuts up.
*** Post-Lobster Sting: Sting's brief stint with [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder The Band]], in which he brought back his black-and-red getup.
** [=AnderSting=]: Mr. Anderson's (May-June 2011) gimmick of dressing up like an odd combination of Surfer Sting and Post-Crow Sting.
*** [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker Joker Sting]]: Sting's concurrent gimmick for acting really, ''really'' similar to Creator/HeathLedger's performance in ''Film/TheDarkKnight''.
** Real Estate Steve: Nickname for Sting's suit-wearing, make-up less appearance in the Main Event Mafia. Coined by MMA fighter Frank Trigg due to Sting's numerous properties in Trigg's neighborhood. Introduced by Dave Meltzer after reporting Trigg's meeting of Sting at a TNA pay-per-view.
** Steve: Nickname for Sting that came from a dirtsheet typo that referred to him as [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Steve "Steve"]] Borden and posted on 420chan's wrestling board, /wooo/, where it was popularized. When used, it's often accompanied by a picture of Sting sans facepaint.
* Swagsuke: [[Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling New Japan]] wrestler Shinsuke Nakamura due to his look, odd and spastic movements, ConfusionFu in-ring style, and overall "give no fucks" attitude.
* Terry Tate: Michael Tarver, due to his resemblance to the Reebok advertising character.
* [=tHHHor=] - A nickname for Wrestling/TripleH, given for a combination of reasons: his preferred weapon of a sledgehammer, the way he's seen by other characters as a sort of minor god of wrestling, how he no-sells most attacks, etc.
** Not to mention a passing resemblance to the comic book version of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], which was played with in [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2p8bz_triple-h-wrestlemania-22-entrance_sport his now-infamous WrestleMania 22 entrance.]]
** Speaking of his WrestleMania 22 entrance, TripleH has also gained the nickname "Gonad The Barbarian" thanks to Website/{{WrestleCrap}}.
** Wrestling/TripleH was once in the running for the role of Thor in the Marvel movie, as well.
** The sledgehammer itself has correspondingly been referred to as "Mjolnir."
** Also a nickname for the group The AuTHORity.
* The Tramp Stamp Title -- the Wrestling/{{WWE}} Divas Championship, as its central motif is a large, pink butterfly that looks like it'd be more at home tattooed on the lower back of a promiscuous woman.
* Trips - Wrestling/TripleH.
* Total Nonstop Angle - Wrestling/{{TNA}} (Total Nonstop Action) Wrestling, given that Wrestling/KurtAngle was nearly-guaranteed to appear at least once per segment on their programs for a long stretch of their history.
** Total Nonstop Angles - Referring to Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s (somewhat diminished since they've moved to two hours) tendency to fill their shows up with enough storyline and angles to take up three shows.
** Total Nonstop Talking - Ripping on TNA's tendency to have very little wrestling on a show and concentrate on backstage promos and video packages.
** Total Nonstop Aggravation - referring to the mental state of anyone unfortunate enough to try to sit through one of their shows.
** TNMMA: Shown up a few times mid-2013, thanks to TNA hiring several current and former MMA fighters (King Mo, Rampage Jackson, Tito Ortiz) and being forced to shill the hell out of Bellator MMA thanks to a deal between that company and Spike TV.
* Triple J: Jackass Wrestling/JeffJarrett. Even more so in TNA, where he is often compared to Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s Wrestling/TripleH.
** Not helped by the fact that he's been doing Wrestling/TripleH's finisher, The Pedigree, on a semi-regular basis since his in-ring return.
** Also, his father, Jerry Jarrett, basically created the promotion as a starring vehicle for Jeff.
** Triple M for Togi Makabe and his alleged back stage pull at Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling
* The Underfaker: The fake Undertaker that Wrestling/TheUndertaker fought at the 1994 ''Wrestling/{{SummerSlam}}, real name Brian Harris, better known for his work in Tennessee and Wrestling/{{ECW}} as "Primetime"/"Bulldozer" Brian Lee.
* [[IncrediblyLamePun Undertaker's Dong]]: The [[ForDoomTheBellTolls tolling bell]] at the beginning of Undertaker's theme song. If you want to know why, check the link.
* Up North: Wrestling/{{WWE}}, which is based in Connecticut. Its opposite number in the '90s, Wrestling/{{WCW}}, was often referred to as "Down South".
** Also simply "New York" or "Stamford" in contrast to WCW's "Atlanta", Wrestling/{{ECW}}'s "South Philly", and later, Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s "Orlando".
* Vanilla Gorilla: Wrestling/BrockLesnar, particularly during his first few months in Wrestling/{{WWE}} since he never talked. Became [[AscendedMeme ascended]] thanks to Wrestling/JohnCena.
* Vanilla Midgets: Originally referring to Wrestling/ChrisBenoit, Wrestling/DeanMalenko, Wrestling/EddieGuerrero, and Perry Saturn in WCW, because of their short stature (by wrestling standards) and their supposed lack of charisma. Coined by Wrestling/KevinNash.
* [=WadeSlam=]: When WWE taped a few shows in Mexico, some badly translated spoilers came out with Wrestling/WadeBarrett's Wasteland [[FinishingMove finisher]] being {{Mondegreen}}ed into the [=WadeSlam=].
* WSEF: World Sports Entertainment Federation. This was an insult (usually during the Attitude and [=InVasion=] time periods) from people who felt in-ring ability was being ignored in favor of charisma and showmanship.
* WWECW - The Wrestling/{{WWE}}-owned and controlled {{Revival}} of Wrestling/{{ECW}}.
* WWE Lite (or Diet WWE) - TNA Wrestling, due to TNA's tendency to push former WWE (or WCW or ECW) wrestlers more and to recycle angles or gimmicks from the WWE ("Black Machismo" Jay Lethal, Stone Cold Shark Boy, etc.), despite their motto, "We Are Wrestling". This motto has since been changed to "Cross the Line".
* [=W/WWF/E=]: A way some fans to refer to Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s entire existence. It's a portmanteau of WWWF (World Wide Wrestling Federation), WWF (World Wrestling Federation), and WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment/WWE, Inc.).
* WORST PERSON EVER - Former WWE wrestler Wrestling/BigBossman after his feuds in 1999 with Wrestling/TheBigShow and Al Snow.
* Youmanga - Late WWE WildSamoan wrestler Wrestling/{{Umaga}}. Much like the previous "Haitch" example, Wrestling/WilliamRegal's very unique pronunciation of Umaga's name led to fans - especially smarks - embracing "Youmanga" wholeheartedly.
* Zenjo - Wrestling/AllJapanWomensProWrestling ("'''Zen''' '''N'''ihon '''Jo'''shi Puroresu'')
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[[folder: Tag Teams]]
* The WWE tag team of Godfather (a blaxploitation-style pimp) and Val Venis (a wrestling porn star) were referred to by fans as "Supply and Demand".
* Wrestling/JohnMorrison and Wrestling/TheMiz: "[=MizMo=]", "The In Crowd", "The Dirt Sheet Duo", "Mizorrison", "M&M" (in reference to Morrison's previous tag team, MNM)
* Wrestling/{{Edge}} and {{Christian}}: "E & C", "Suicide Blondes" (they had actually used this name in the independents, as Sexton Hardcastle and Christian Cage, prior to coming to Wrestling/{{WWE}}.)
* Supposedly, the E discouraged people from referring to the tag team of Jimmy Wang Yang and Shannon Moore as "Moore Wang".
* While they were teaming, [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Paul London and Brian Kendrick]] were nicknamed "Londrick" and "The Hooliganz".
** The team also had "The Hooliganz" printed on their ring attire. Never officially referred by that name though...
* The tag team of Wrestling/RandyOrton and Wrestling/{{Edge}}, before they were officially dubbed "Rated RKO", were called "Ordge" by some fans.
** Rated RKO itself was something of an ascended fan nickname.
* TNA actually adopted the Fan Nickname for Wrestling/JamesStorm and Chris Harris: "America's Most Wanted".
* Before being dubbed "Rated [=Y2J=]", Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Wrestling/{{Edge}} were referred to as "Team Ego".
* The recent pairing of Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Wrestling/TheBigShow has received the nicknames "[=Y2JShow=]" and "[=JeriShow=]".
** In a WWE.com video, Wrestling/JohnMorrison actually called them "The Big [=JeriShow=]". [=JeriShow=] itself, meanwhile, has [[AscendedMeme become official]], actually used by Jericho during recent episodes.
** Similarly, the [[Wrestling/TheMiz Miz]] and Wrestling/TheBigShow tandem was referred to by fans as both TheMiz Show and Show-Miz for a few weeks after they united, until both terms were brought up as possible names by them on Raw. They ultimately went with [=ShoMiz=].
* The Baby Oil Boy's Club: Legacy[[note]](Wrestling/RandyOrton[=/=]Wrestling/CodyRhodes[=/=][[Wrestling/TedDiBiaseJr Ted [=DiBiase=] Jr.]][[/note]]). Always used as a derogatory term, and used onscreen by Wrestling/JohnCena.
** Another one was "The Ambiguously Gay Trio" (named after a ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' parody on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', due to the HoYay and constant inability to wear pants.
* Team [=KoolAid=]: MVP and Wrestling/MarkHenry, thanks to their trademark red ring attire.
** Team Blackronyms is also applicable to MVP and Henry aka the WorldsStrongestMan (WSM)
** Also [[{{Squick}} Ball Sweat]], for MVP's "Ballin'!" taunt and Wrestling/MarkHenry being... well, sweaty.
* Sarita and Taylor Wilde: "Las Luchas"
* Truth and Wisdom: The team of Wrestling/RonKillings ("R-''Truth''") and Wrestling/JohnMorrison (for his Dirt Sheet CatchPhrase "We don't allow [x] in the Palace of ''Wisdom'').
* Team Ex: Wrestling/TheMiz and Wrestling/ChrisJericho. Both are Big Show's ex-tag partners, and for those versed in [[HoYay subtext]], both act suspiciously like ex-boyfriends.
** An alternative fan nickname for the duo is "Jiz".
** Also, "Jeri-Miz", from "Jeri-Show" and "Show-Miz."
* Two recent team ups have gotten some good ones:
** Wrestling/EvanBourne and "The World's Strongest Man" Wrestling/MarkHenry? '''Bourne Strong.'''
** "[[InsistentTerminology Dashing]]" Wrestling/CodyRhodes and Drew [=McIntyre=] already have a few nicknames: Dashed Dreams, Broken Mirrors, Dashingly Sinister (as coined by Matt Striker)...
*** Sadly, they picked the most boring one of the bunch, The Dashing Ones.
* On the indy scene, when Sara Del Rey and Wrestling/DaizeeHaze team together, they're frequently called Death Haze after Sara's nickname (Death Rey) and Daizee's last name.
* The Food and Drug Administration: [[Wrestling/MattHardy Matt]] and Wrestling/JeffHardy in recent years, given Matt's out-of-shape build and Jeff's numerous drug problems.
* The team of flamboyant omnisexual, Orlando Jordan, and mental funny man, Eric Young, is fairly frequently referred to as Bi/Curious.
* After finally dropping the [[Wrestling/TheNexus New Nexus]] association, [[Wrestling/CurtisAxel Mike McGillicutty]] and David Otunga have become known in some circles as The Borre.
* The new alliance of [[Wrestling/RonKillings R-Truth]] and Wrestling/TheMiz have had a few nicknames tossed around like
** Truth and Reality
** Truthfully Awesome
** The What-Busters
** Awesome Truth, which seems to have been officially adopted.
*** It was. Then [[RealLifeWritesThePlot they split]].
* [[FragileSpeedster Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston]] took the name "Air Boom" as a result of a [[NamedByDemocracy naming contest on Twitter]].
** Other names that were tossed around include Altitude Era, Flight Club, Sonic Boom, and other speed and altitude puns.
* The Pennies - referring to the new Wrestling/{{WWE}} tag-team championship belts, due to the large, circular copper plates in the middle.
* Black Gold for the pairing of Wrestling/BookerT and Wrestling/{{Goldust}}. Some people also used Book Dust.
* Vitamin C for Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Christian. Jericho himself used the name at least once.
* Canadian Violence Connection for Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Wrestling/ChrisBenoit, a name coined by Creator/ScottKeith due to Keith referring to chops thrown by Canadians as Canadian violence.
* Two-Man Power Trip: The brief team-up of Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin and Wrestling/TripleH as [[Wrestling/VinceMcMahon Vince [=McMahon=]]]'s personal thugs. It didn't last too long thanks to Trips' quad tear.
* Wrestling/{{Kane}} and [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan's]] team name of "Hell No" was chosen by the WWE Universe.
** Other options were [[Franchise/MortalKombat FRIENDSHIP]] and Team Teamwork.
* With Wrestling/CodyRhodes and Wrestling/DamienSandow teaming up recently, they've been nicknamed the Rhodes Scholars.
** [[AscendedMeme Ascended]]; it's the official name now. Until they split up. But then they got back together. A resultant fan nickname for them is "It's Complicated."
* The team of [[Wrestling/RonKillings R-Truth]] and Wrestling/KofiKingston has been referred to with at least two nicknames:
** R-Boom as a reference to Kingston's former team "Air Boom".
** Two and a Half Men for Truth's former gimmick that was based on him having an imaginary friend.
* Team M.A.S.K. - Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr and Wrestling/SinCara.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Moves]]
* Double Underhook What-the-fuck-was-that?: The botched attempt at a double underhook suplex by Wrestling/ScottSteiner to Wrestling/TripleH at ''Wrestling/RoyalRumble 2003''.
* RELEASE THE DOVES! - Wrestling/RandyOrton's signature stance/taunt, which usually should be accompanied by DisturbedDoves.
** Even funnier since WWE released a PPV poster that featured both him and a dove.
* The Reign of Terror, the Reigns Supreme - The unofficial name for Luther Reigns' finishing move, a modified neckbreaker.
** Many finishing moves that aren't named by the commentators pick up Fan Nicknames.
** This particular move also picked up the name "The Indy Neckbreaker" after dozens upon dozens of independent wrestlers and WWE midcarders adopted it as a finisher.
* Ambrosia - Wrestling/DeanAmbrose's headlock Driver got this name before WWE provided it with one.
* Code Black - Wrestling/TheShield's three man Powerbomb.
* Dead Man's Curse, [[Music/{{Pantera}} Cemetery Gates]] - Wrestling/TheUndertaker's Hell's Gate.
* Game Over, The Burial - Triple H's Pedigree
* The Hug of Death - Wrestling/{{Edge}}'s Spear. Named by critics who mock it, saying it looks like he's just running up and hugging his opponent, and that it doesn't even look like it hurts.
* Kryptonite Punch - Roman Reigns' Big Punch, in reference to one of the first victims John "Super" Cena
* Ponyride Of Doom - Wrestling/TheBigShow's version of the Camel Clutch, where he is on one knee instead of sitting on the opponent's back. Needless to say, Wrestling/TheIronSheik would not be amused.
** He calls it the Colossal Clutch. At least the cobra clutch back breaker only sounded bad...
*** Yep, Sheiky Baby should [[MemeticMutation make that seven foot jabroni humble]]...
**** And how Wrestling/ScottSteiner's Steiner Recliner, which often looked...just wrong? Especially the one time he put two people in it at once.
* Knee Plus - [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan's]] running knee. This one sits in a gray area, as it's apparently the name Bryan picked for it [[NamedByDemocracy via fan vote]] but has never been invoked by WWE announcers - or even Bryan himself - on television. So it's somewhere between FanNickname and WordOfGod.
** It's alternatively called "[[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun The Move That Beat John Cena]]", in reference to Bryan first using said move on Cena at [=SummerSlam=] 2013.
* Straitjacket - Wrestling/AJLee's Octopus Stretch
* Si To Destiny - Wrestling/AlbertoDelRio's cross armbreaker.
* Y/Yes Factor - Brie Bella's version of the X Factor.
* You Can't Powerbomb Kidman! - Wrestling/BillyKidman's Sitout Facebuster to counter a Powerbomb attempt.
[[/folder]]