The world is less wondrous today.

Planet Earth sadly became a much less wondrous place today following the loss of its Ninth Wonder, 23 years after losing its Eighth.

The Ninth Wonder of the World rose to international popularity in the 1990s, known for an awe-inspiring physical appearance that was particularly alluring to certain Latin-American lotharios.

Today, the Ninth Wonder joined the Eighth — an even more colossal attraction that amazed and entertained onlookers around the globe between the 1970s and 1990s.

The World is now left with a paltry¬†seven Wonders: The Colosseum of Rome, Brazil’s Statue of Christ the Redeemer, Machu Picchu, the Taj Majal, Kevin Owens, Mexico’s Chichen Itza, and the¬†Great Wall of Chyna.