If you’ve watched WWE television over the past year, chances are you’re a fan of The New Day. It’s hard not to be. Whether they’re dancing to ‘Kiss From A Rose’ by Seal, making old ladies’ dreams come true or performing the greatest hits of Queen, they’re almost always one of the best parts of whatever they’re a part of.
At WrestleMania 32, the trio dressed up like Dragon Ball characters to enter via an oversized box of butthole-themed novelty cereal and shared the ring with three of the top WWE Superstars of all time. They also spent that weekend at the top of WWE’s merchandise sales charts.
That’s a commendable feat for anyone, especially for a team that at WrestleMania 31 was … well, not exactly popular.
New Day’s Big E said it best, via a series of tweets on Sunday:
It’s interesting to go back and remember how we all sort of collectively felt about The New Day when they were just happy clappers without personalities, and how the injection of creativity and absurd sincerity took them from afterthoughts to Saiyan warriors commanding thousands of people with light-up unicorn horns on their foreheads.