WrestleMania 32 was a night of triumphs, from its record-setting attendance of 101,000 fans to its thrilling victories by the legendary Undertaker and the underdog Zack Ryder.
But for all its winners, the sports-entertainment spectacular had its share of losers.
Here are the five biggest losers at the grandest stage of them all.
5. Todd Potozsky, Section 328, Row C, Seat 29:
Despite sitting roughly two miles away from the ring, this moron still brought a sign that he mistakenly believed might appear on camera. Even worse, it was one of those signs that read: “The Guy Behind Me Can’t See.” Major loser.
4. Jim Eccelstone, Ringside, Row A, Seat 34
Although he paid $2,000 for a ringside seat with a commemorative chair, this entitled trust-fund turd spent the entire show trying to see himself on the giant screen and texting his stupid friends to ask “can you see me?” Join us in hating this man.
3. Mike Ramsden, Section 121, Row D, Seat 42
This is the pretentious smark who tried on several occasions — without success — to get a “Bullet Club” chant going. He speaks entirely in wrestling lingo, calls WWE “The Fed,” and only refers to WWE wrestlers by their indy names.
2. Chad Hickson, Section 550, Row ZZ, Seat 100
This cheapskate bought the lowest-price tickets he could find and, as a result, spent the whole show mistakenly believing he was at a KISS concert.
1. Paul Menderchuk, Section 129, Row K, Seat 23
At a Dallas bar the night before the event, this guy placed a $10,000 wager on the ladder match, betting on “anyone but Ryder.” He unwittingly made the bet with WWE behind-the-scenes matchmaker Kevin Dunn.