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10 of the Weirdest WWE Urban Legends

An urban legend is a tale or story that may or may not be true but has been passed down through generations so that no one really knows whether to believe it or not. WWE has seen many generations of w

An urban legend is a tale or story that may or may not be true but has been passed down through generations so that no one really knows whether to believe it or not. WWE has seen many generations of wrestlers and therefore, they have their fair share of urban legends. Wrestling fans have been arguing for years on the validity of these stories.

Some urban legends seem plausible. Was John Cena really booked to fight Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania 24 instead of Randy Orton and Triple H? We may never know the truth of the potential legendary match. Other urban legends border on the absurd. The story can sometimes be so bizarre that fans wonder whether it has to be true.

Urban legends only add to the intrigue of WWE and many of those who hold the key to the truth are usually not very forthcoming when it comes to settling the matter once and for all. While we may never know the truth, we can still reflect back on some of the weirdest urban legends in WWE’s rich history. Let us show you the 10 weirdest WWE urban legends that have appeared over the years and you can decide for yourself whether they could be true or not.

10 Austin and Raven’s Locker Room Incident

Via wikipedia.org/bleacherreport.com

9 JBL’s Shower Hazing

Via upload.wikimedia.org

8 Tony Atlas and His Weird Foot Fetish

Via images.classicalite.com

7 Rey Mysterio Actually Dated Jennifer Aniston

Via voicesofwrestling.com

6 Sycho Sid Once Put a Squirrel down His Pants

Via youtube.com

5 Randy Orton Pooped in Rochelle Loewen’s Bag

4 Ben Stiller Smoked Marijuana at Raw

Via pl.wwe.com

3 Jenna Jameson and The Undertaker Hung Out When He Was Only 16

Via shutterstock/geeksandcleats.com

2 Randy Savage Had Inappropriate Relations With a 17-year-old Stephanie McMahon

Via wrestlingnews.co

1 The Ultimate Warrior Actually Died in 1991, not 2014

Via d.ibtimes.co.uk

After disappearing in August 1991 from WWE, many fans assumed that the Ultimate Warrior was dead and that the man who returned eight months later was an impersonator. The urban legend has it that the original Warrior died from liver failure because of his rampant steroid use. Reasons that this urban legend gathered steam included that the new Ultimate Warrior that returned had a very different appearance that he previously had. His hair was shorter and blonder, he had a less defined physique, and he donned new skin colored body suits. The Ultimate Warrior that continued to fight after the rumors died in 2014 and has been inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame.

Sources: cagesideseats.com, deadspin.com, whatculture.com, tmz.com, popist.com, ewrestlingnews.com, forums.prowrestling.com

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