January 20, 2013

WWE Superstar or 1987 Middle Infielder?

Pop quiz, again, hotshot…have you ever looked at a random list of names and tried to figure out what name is the birth name of a WWE Superstar and which one is that of a who was a 1987 middle infielder?

Well, you’re about to.

With WWE’s Royal Rumble just a week away, I present to you…WWE SUPERSTAR OR 1987 MIDDLE INFIELDER.

Good luck.

1. Was Cody Runnels a middle infielder for the Texas Rangers or part of a wrestling dynasty which includes his Hall of Fame father and half-brother?

2.  Was Darren Matthews a middle infielder for the Detroit Tigers or a one-time member of the wrestling faction called “The Un-Americans”?

3.  Was Doug Frobel a middle infielder for the Cleveland Indians or more commonly known as the “Intellectual Savior of the Masses”?

4.  Was Phil Brooks a middle infielder for the Chicago White Sox or more commonly known as “The Second City Saint”?

5.  Was Ernie Riles a middle infielder for the Milwaukee Brewers or the masked brother of The Undertaker?

6.  Was Tom Lawless a middle infielder for the St. Louis Cardinals or longtime WWE commentator who once feuded with comedian Andy Kaufman?

7.  Was Bryan Danielson a middle infielder for the Boston Red Sox or did he recently lose the World Heavyweight Championship belt in 18 seconds?

8.  Was Ryan Reeves a middle infielder for the Montreal Expos or a current title contender billed as being from “Sin City”?

9.  Was Ron Killings a middle infielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates or a rapping Superstar with an imaginary friend?

10.  Was Domingo Ramos a middle infielder for the Seattle Mariners or masked second generation luchador?

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2 comments:

Scott Fendley said...

Doug Froebel was an OF, not a middle infielder.

Anonymous said...

Or...was he the "Intellectual Savior of the Masses”?

Good call. He was indeed an outfielder.