Fed up with always playing second fiddle to their female counterparts, the male performers of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) are reportedly planning to burst out of the mid-card with a so-called “Superstars Revolution.”
Up-and-coming male wrestlers including Kevin Owens, Finn Balor and The Undertaker represent a hungry new generation of Superstars poised to bring male wrestling to its rightful main-event status.
Superstars have been relegated to second-class status in WWE ever since the Divas Revolution — led by Paige, Charlotte, Becky Lynch, and JoJo — vaulted women to the forefront of sports entertainment.
A number of male wrestlers have already begun using the hashtag #SuperstarsRevolution on Twitter, which, by WWE logic, is really all it takes for something to qualify as a revolution. The men also hope to generate more attention by squabbling and gossiping on a new “reality TV” show called Total Superstars.
Not to be outdone, Zack Ryder, Los Matadores and The Ascension are allegedly conspiring to launch a Jobber’s Revolution.