Cena at #2? He shows up on dates in his personalized t-shirts and jorts, for god's sake.
"It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
The weirdest thing to me is that *again* Batista makes a WWE list! I'm totally fine with that (Dave, come on back!), but it's very odd.
2) John Cena 4) The Rock 6) Batista 8) Alberto Del Rio 10) Dolph Ziggler
Shuffling this for *my* purposes.
None of them are married "on TV". (Actually, not sure any of them are married at the moment in real life. Whatevs.) Hunter is married in plotline, so that puts him out -- he's more do-able than dateable anyway.
Cena is. He can totally rock that "boy next door" charming sparkle thing, through all the age demographics. Batista is also charming. & mischievous. Neither of them comes across as a "Suck my dick, baby" guy -- that should be my idea  all on my own.
Rock ... dateable? No, not so much. Maybe back in days of yore, but now that he's a big star, he's lost a down to earth feel. Similar problem with the ADR character. Sure, I'd love to take your Lambo out to your personal Learjet to catch dinner at Robuchon. But that's different than "dateable".
With Ziggler, & til recently ADR, they're overtly arrogant assholes. Not a thing dateable about that. Actually, Wade Barrett would be the kind of heel to make this list. His character isn't particularly Tiger Beat friendly, but for any of us who are a bit older, that could work.
No reason they couldn't have put Sheamus on here. Kofi. Jericho, although he doesn't need the heat. Edge. Actually, if they wanted to put over a recently turned face, Miz would have been a better choice than ADR.
Interesting that there aren't more really good male choices.
Originally posted by Tribal ProphetWomen care about more than looks Tyler!!!
ps. Nah I don't really think they do.
Aww, baby. Who hurt you, sweetie? ----------  Just yesterday I watched the episode of South Park about Broadway musicals & blow jobs. There you go: It's all about the subtext!
Is The Rock supposed to be the token black male, or were all the token black males left out altogether?
Kaitlyn's the highest diva on the current roster? I...don't think I agree with this. (Even if by some metric I can't think of she's not placing higher than Kaitlyn, I would argue that Rosa should be on this list SOMEWHERE)
I agree with CRZ that Rosa should be on the list! of course if I were to make my own personal list of top 10 "dateable" Divas on the current roster I'd have to include NXT as there barely are any right now >:(
Schumer appeared on the Howard Stern Show Wednesday morning to promote her new Comedy Central special "Mostly Sex Stuff". The comedienne says Ziggler, whose real name is Nick Nemeth, courted her on Twitter, recruiting his followers to ask her to follow him--which she eventually did. Eventually the tweets lead to the sheets for some pretty intense sex.
"It wasn't bad, but it just wasn't for me," said Schumer. "The sex was too athletic. Always. The first time, I was like, ‘Oh, this is cool. Nobody’s ever ragdolled me.’ He was spinning me like a Globetrotter. I was like 'Oh my God!' I felt so petite!...It was exciting...It wasn't that crazy, but it felt like we were wrestling."
Schumer says she slept with Ziggler on their first face to face date.
"The first night he held my hand he was inside me," said Schumer, and then proceeded to give a play by play of the night.
Schumer says she dumped Ziggler over text message, and then ran off to Mexico with her ex-boyfriend, comedian Anthony Jeselnik--a less intense sexual partner.
(edited by Kevintripod on 11.2.13 1402)
"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." - Winston Churchill
This was my first time watching Saturday Morning Slam, and I think the word I'd use to describe it overall is, "Cute." I liked everything about it. I was pleasantly surprised to get good advice from a heel, in The Miz.