Irish professional sports-entertainer Finn Bálor is one of the most popular superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), revered for his mystique and in-ring prowess — and surprisingly not ruthlessly mocked for wearing just spandex trunks and an unzipped leather jacket.
Far from being a subject of ridicule — as you would be if you wore the same outfit to work or school –Bálör is considered one of the coolest performers on the WWE roster, even when he smugly props up the collar of his leather jacket like The Fonz.
Bálðr, who also sometimes dresses up in elaborate bodypaint and fake dreadlocks to become some sort of cartoon Rastafarian dragon, nonetheless is beloved and not-derisively-snickered-at by fans worldwide.
Puzzlingly, WWE’s self-appointed Fashion Police, Tyler Breeze and Fandango, have not yet critiqued Bálör’s attire.
In fact, a recent study showed that, rather than busting a gut laughing at ßålôR’s theatrics and attire, approximately 83 percent of wrestling fans impersonate his dramatic entrances while alone in their bedrooms.