If The WWE Was A High School, This Is What Its Yearbook Would Look Like (Photos)
Many of us were shocked when we found out what The Undertaker looked like in high school for the first time yesterday. But I guess, after watching so many years of wrestling, we forget that they're just normal people who had normal upbringings. Well, semi-normal upbringings.
The WWE today is a diverse company filled with some OGs, a ton of new up-and-comers and, of course, the beautiful divas. Then you have your bullies, the people everybody hates and everything in between. Sounds a lot like high school!
Principal McMahon runs one of the tightest ships in sports entertainment and provides his superstars with an environment in which they can learn, grow and beat the sh*t out of each other to gain popularity. Explore the alternate universe in which the WWE is one big high school!
Class Valedictorian: Mick Francis Foley
Most Likely To Be Successful: Vincent Kennedy McMahon
Trish Stratus is the hottest girl in school AND prom queen.
Ric Flair is the prom king, though!
Most Likely To Get Friend-Zoned: Hulk Hogan
The football team is one of the best in the country.
Nobody is stopping Stone Cold Steve Austin at running back…
…Especially with Rikishi blocking for him.
John Cena is the jacked kid who was never good at sports.
…Plus, he brought his cousin to prom.
The softball team is captained by the Bella Twins.
Funny enough, the only actual wrestler is Jack Swagger.
The captain of the cheerleading squad is none other than Stacy Keibler!
The Ugly Duckling Most Likely To Turn Hot: AJ Lee
The Ultimate Party Animal: Daniel Bryan
Triple H is definitely the smug rich kid.
…And Brock Lesnar is the psycho nobody wants to mess with.
The Undertaker gets absolutely no ass.
The teacher's children will grow up to be politicians:
Everybody's Favorite Dropout: Chris Jericho
The Miz is the school herb and will grow up to be one, too!
Bonus: The Rock looked exactly like Carmelo Anthony in high school.
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