32 WrestleMania Facts in honor of WrestleMania 32!

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The name “Hunter Hearst Helmsley” (later shortened to HHH, Triple H, or just “Trips”) was originally derived from John Hunter, Aston Hearst, and Nathaniel Helmsley, the three British industrial manufacturers credited with inventing the modern turnbuckle in the mid nineteenth century.

It takes a team of six puppeteers to operate Mark Henry.

There is a men’s restroom on the third floor of WWE headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. If you go into the third stall from the entrance after 10pm on a night when no televised events are scheduled, and whisper the word “Slobberknocker” three times, Hornswaggle will appear and give you a free t-shirt.

WWE has never held a TLC (Tables, Ladders, and Chairs) match in Canada because it is illegal to import ladders over 15 feet high into Canada.

The Great Kali is actually built around the steel framework of an oil derrick. He is so large that he can only be moved at night, when the streets can be shut down.

Mean Gene Okerlund has delivered his annual WrestleMania appearance as a hologram since 2013.

No one named Dennis has ever performed at WrestleMania.

The Undertaker is so committed to staying in character that he has been declared legally dead in 12 US States and the UK.

Despite his enormous popularity in the late eighties and early nineties, the Ultimate Warrior technically never appeared on television.

Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion David Arquette had a longer heavyweight championship run than Kane. Seriously.

Sgt. Slaughter is the only human being to ever defeat both Bob Backlund and Serpentor.

Koko B. Ware, although well known for his love of parrots, was deathly afraid of Macaws.

Before being introduced on WWE television, Jimmy and Jay Uso did not have individual first names. Their father, Rikishi, just never bothered to name them.

Captain Lou Albano is the only individual of Italian descent to portray Super Mario on screen.

Before Davey Boy Smith took up the mantle, “The British Bulldog” was portrayed for 3 months by an actual bulldog named Lola.

In the 1980s, a cartoon show was created and based on then popular WWE/WWF characters. That show was the The Care Bears

Likewise, Vince McMahon was the original inspiration for popular television character and cartoon super-villain, Donald Trump.

Andre the Giant was not actually a giant, he was a human.

The combined total for all WM champions is 14.6 metric tons.

The resonant frequency of Madison Square Garden has been locked at 11hz since Wrestlemania X, the first time Yokozuna appeared there.

Immediately following the great Wrestlers vs NFL player battle royale in WM2, William “The Refrigerator” Perry was sucked into a wormhole never to return. He has since been portrayed by a body double in all public appearances.

David Allen Greer provides the voice of John Cena.

Hulk Hulk regrets that a particular video of his was released, and wishes that families and children do not attempt to acquire it. The video is known as Mr. Nanny.

John Cena constantly asks his fans not to address him as Mr. Wahlberg.

The “Devious” Mr. Fuji was neither devious nor a mountain.

In the late 90’s and early 2000’s, Eric Bischoff was a spokesmodel for Grecian Formula.

No one at Non-Productive.com can count.

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