I haven't watched wrestling in about 10 years, but every once in a while I think about that alleged "childish" habit I once had and when I do, invariably Goldust comes to mind. To me, he had one of the absolute best personas without the seemingly requisite drama most of the other wrestlers had. He was over the top and completely into it. His ring presence echoed his persona so beautifully as if to suggest there was no acting - it was real - unlike so many others who appeared to force the persona to life. Simply, he was entertaining, which I appreciate to this day. And yes, I write this comment anonymously because I fear my credibility as a productive member of adult society would be irreparably damaged if this little guilty pleasure ever got out :)
Understandable And Thanks For Taking The Time To Comment.