Can You Identify The Wrestler From Their Catchphrase?


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About This Quiz

In wrestling, words are not just words, they're also battle tools. In this quiz, we'll give you the catch phrase, and you give us the wrestler. Be on your guard, 'cause things are about to get ugly.

Can ya smell what the _____ is cookin'!

Can you smell what the Rock is cooking? We have a feeling that it's a high protein omelet and a butt-kicking smoothie.

Have a nice day!

Mick Foley is famous for saying, "Have a nice day!" We love him for his famous personas, Mankind, Dude Love and The Hardcore Legend.

Oh, what a rush!

Who can forget "Oh, what a rush!" from the Road Warriors. The team consisted of Michael "Hawk" Hegstrand and Joseph "Animal" Laurinaitis.

And that's the bottom line, because Stone Cold said so!

Stone Cold Steve Austin is the only option for this one. He was also the author of the Attitude Era.

Get the tables!

Buh Buh Ray Dudley is famous for "Get the tables!" He and his brother Devon were the most successful tag team of all time.

Oh, you didn't know? Your ass better call somebody!

Here we have another tag team with a catch phrase that lives on. Thank you, Jesse James and Billy Gunn.

Know your role, and shut your mouth!

Here we have the Rock commanding respect in the ring. Again, words were probably not necessary.

It doesn't matter what you think!

Does The Rock even need to use words at all? He doesn't, but we're glad that he did with this classic.

You're fired!

OK, OK, Trump isn't a wrestler, but he's famous for saying this, too! We think Vince McMahon stole it from him.

Just when you think you know the answers, I change the questions.

Roddy Piper is known to be a bit of a rambler on the mic. That being said, this is one of this better catch phrases.

Lie, cheat and steal!

Eddie Guerrero left us with this little gem. Latino Heat was famous for loving his craft.

I'm the Man of the Hour, the Man with the Power, too sweet to be sour.

This is a bit of Billy Graham's white man's rap. He was great both on the mic and in the ring.

Business just picked up!

Jim Ross has given us some of the greatest lines in wrestling. When he stepped in the ring, business seriously did pick up.

We snack on danger and dine on death!

This is just another zinger from the Road Warriors. When they first came into the business, they didn't do a lot of talking, but all that changed.

Rest in peace!

Could anyone else say this? This is the catch phrase of the Undertaker, of course.

Pimpin' ain't easy!

Pimpin' ain't easy for The Godfather. But he certainly made his line of work quite glamorous.

Everyone has a price.

Ted DiBiase is famous for speaking these words. It's true that everyone in wrestling has their price for success.

The best there is, the best there was, the best there ever will be!

Bret Hart is famous for this little confidence-boosting statement. He was also one of the best technical wrestlers ever.

Ohhh, yeahhh!

Randy Savage is famous for this little ditty. Who can forget that smoky voice?

Train. Say your prayers. Eat your vitamins.

Who can forget Hulk Hogan's famous catch phrase? This '80s icon knew how to talk on the mic.

Suck it!

DX fans know where this one comes from. He was a seriously great wrestler who was also great with the mic.

I'm a limousine ridin', jet flying, kiss stealin', wheelin' dealin' . . .

This was Ric Flair's best catch phrase of all time. He also truly lived by this mantra.

Whatcha gonna do, when Hulkamania runs wild on you?!

Where, there's only one possibility for this one. Hogan was the first to make it cool to be a WWF superstar.


Ric Flair does it again with this catch phrase. There is no explanation for this one.

To be the man, you have to beat the man!

Ric Flair does it again. He was the Man who needed to be beaten, and that was no easy task.

Can You Dig It Sucka

Booker T was one of the only African American wrestlers in the business, and boy, did he shine. This was his memorable catchphrase.


Daniel Bryan liked to keep things pretty simple. "YES, YES, YES!" was his inspiring catch phrase.

Oh, it's true. It's damn true.

Kurt Angle is famous for this little gem. If you got your *ss beat by him, then it was damn true.

And if you're not down with that, we got two words for ya: SUCK IT!

Who can forget these eloquent words from Degeneration X? Sometimes, you just gotta tell people to suck it.

Gimmie a 'hell yeah!'

Stone Cold Steve Austin knew how to rile a crowd. When he asked for a hell yeah, you gave him a hell yeah.

Hey, yo!

Not the most original, but it still had a lot of power. It was also easy to remember for Scott Hall.


Hacksaw Jim Duggan was a true patriot. He's known for his catch phrase, "USA! USA! USA!"

What I'd like right now is for all you . . . .

Who can forget these words from Ravishing Rick Rude? When Rude asked you to do something, you did it.

I'm the _____ Man and I'm Comin to Getcha

"I'm the Boogey Man and I'm Comin to Getcha!" The Boogey Man came and went in the '80s, sadly . . .

Hello, ladies!

Perhaps one of the funniest catch phrases, this one comes to us from Val Venis. It always made the other wrestlers angry.

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