Wrestlemania is defined by the biggest matches in the history of the sport. Wrestlemania 6 was no exception, with arguably the most anticipated match in the history of professional wrestling headlining the card.
But we're not here to talk about Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate Warrior, or even an actual wrestling match. We're here to talk about one of the most dangerous men in the history of wrestling, inside or out of the ring, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, and his finest Wrestlemania moment.
I won't bother to describe it, but instead bid you to simply watch:
For all the doubters out there who believe the conspiracy theories that wrestling is "fixed" or somehow anything less than a pure athletic competition, tell me this:
Does this man not believe the words that he's speaking?
Does he not possess far more conviction than in any sports interview you've ever seen?
These are not the mere platitudes that spew from the mouth of every athlete in every sideline interview of modern sports. This is real talk, from a real man, who had a real purpose. And that is to put a man in his place. Namely, the "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase.
And we had best listen close, lest we all wallow in the muck of avarice.