What does everybody want? More wrestling content! With the help of Mean Dean we have reimagined the League of Ireland as WWE Superstars. Some might be insulting. Some might be accurate. There might be incredibly obvious choices that we didn’t make. Let us know who should be who…and now
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages, the Town End Podcast proudly brings to you…
Dundalk – Bret Hart
Been on the end of a few screw jobs in his time but remains the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be. His fanbase in his home territory is legendary, not loved as much around the rest of the country.
Shamrock Rovers – HHH
In spite of all the titles he has won, legends he has faced, records he has broken no one really likes Triple H. The biggest and best heel of all time.
Bohemians – Indie Superstar
Bohs are some lad from the Indie scene that you’ve been told is one of the best workers around. It’s only a matter of time before they make the big time! Make a living from selling cool t-shirts.
Sligo Rovers – Dean Malenko
Technically very gifted, never going to win anything, no one really cares.
Derry City – The Million Dollar Man
Wants to be part of the big time and will throw his money around to bring people into his Million Dollar corporation…
Shelbourne – Hulk Hogan
Once were the face of the business but now just come back every once in a while in a bid to stay relevant… Brother
Finn Harps – Terry Funk
How can you not like Terry Funk? The mad bastard doesn’t look like a wrestler but he’s got surprising skills and can go toe to toe with the best of them before inevitable defeat.
UCD – Rey Mysterio
Despite obvious size disadvantages this plucky lightweight seems to defy the odds every couple of years with a main event run.
St Pats- Shawn Michaels
Absolutely hates Bret Hart and refuses to do business with him and when he don’t get his own way he cries like a baby and threatens to leave the company.
Drogheda – Gillberg
Not even a real wrestler, someone that gets wheeled out every once in a while for a laugh.