A Very Scientific Ranking Of The 29 Worst Celebrity Guests In WrestleMania History

By: 03.17.14  •  116 Comments
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Tim Taylor’s kids got really weird looking in the later seasons.

Last week we kicked off our totally unnecessary, subjective coverage of WrestleMania XXX with a very scientific ranking of all 29 WrestleMania main events. Some of you agreed that The Miz vs. John Cena was the worst main event and that the WrestleMania 12 iron man match was overrated, and some of you just don’t understand science.

This week we’re taking a look at the 29 worst celebrity guests in WrestleMania history, and our system of ranking is similar. We’re basing position on categories such as “how much did you ruin your WrestleMania,” “what were the lasting effects of your damage,” “how stupid does this make me feel watching it again on the WWE Network” and “how much did I already hate you before you showed up.” Like I said, science.

Survey our findings and report to us in our comments section below. Also, please share this column so that others may add their input.

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