Let’s face it, most of the content in professional wrestling is not meant for kids. Even though most of the violence is nothing more than kayfabe theatrics, young viewers would nevertheless be subject to witnessing countless punches, kicks, chokes, slams, spears, and all sorts of other wrestling moves – not to mention the use of metal chairs, ladders, sharp objects, guns, and other items as weapons.
Additionally, there’s a plethora of scantily clad figures, oodles of sexual innuendo, and – depending on the gimmick or angle – a chance for some scary, chilling, and downright dark imagery.
But who’s to say what is or isn’t appropriate for kids? It’s not like younger viewers haven’t already seen fighting, bikinis, smooches, and spooky stuff in other parts of their lives. Still, some WWE happenings have gone way overboard in the inappropriateness department – regardless of whether they occurred in the Golden Age, Attitude Era, PG Era, or any other time. Here are 10 WWE moments kids should never watch.