After noting that a significant number of wrestlers have been appearing on national television with embarrassingly wet hair, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has finally invested in a backstage hairdryer.
WWE’s Human Resources department reported that WWE superstars have been taking an increasing number of sick days lately, apparently due to sniffles and flus associated with not drying their hair before entering chilly hockey arenas.
Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, both Usos, Bo Dallas, Bray Wyatt, Dolph Ziggler, The Great Khali, Roman Reigns and Rusev have all filed complaints about the absence of a hairdryer in the WWE locker room.
When Rollins submitted a dry-cleaning invoice for a suit that had been ruined by his dripping locks, the company decided to be proactive and purchase a Braun Four-Speed ComfortFlo® hairdryer, which is shared among Superstars in the locker room.
“Back in my day, I didn’t need such luxuries,” groused veteran Bret Hart.
Now that Rollins and Ambrose have dry, perfectly coiffed hairdos, the stakes are especially high for their scheduled Hair-Versus-Hair match at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.
Meanwhile, the Divas division WWE, which has always had plenty of access to hairdryers, has been provided with an even more essential resource: an acting coach.