Ironic Pro Wrestling T-Shirt of the Week Special Editon: Sin Sentido Común

27 Nov

WWE’s signing of Mexican luchador legend Mistico some months back is likely a decision the board of directors would like to have back.  From the moment he arrived, he has really failed to execute any of the exciting moves he was famous for with any degree of consistency.  Him screwing up his entrance on his first night with the company should have come with a pamphlet explaining the concept of foreshadowing.  Of course, WWE would also never allow someone to make a name for themselves using their own name, so the masked wrestler was rebranded “Sin Cara,” or without face.  This is all without mentioning that he’s already been suspended for alleged steroid use, and has recently ruptured his patella tendon while performing, expecting to miss anywhere from six to nine months.  He’s more or less had his way with the company, one could say.  Then, this happened.  

There is his new shirt from WWE.com.  It’s a fancy picture of him isn’t it?  Why, they’ve even taken the liberty of tinting the photo gold.  Now, if you didn’t notice it immediately, why don’t you take a look at the lower half of the photograph.  I’ll wait.  Did you see it?  In case you’re still not on board, allow me to direct your attention to the bottom opening of his sparkly robe.

It seems that the gold robe and grey pants seem to outline a big ‘ole dong at the bottom.  (Sorry, kids.)  So yeah, there’s that.  Sin Cara/Mistico can continue fucking the company, though this in a much, much more literal sense.   Oh, and this is still completely available in case you’d like to snap this baby up.

Incredibly unlikely update:  The name of the shirt is “Goteo De Oro,” which translates to “dripping with gold.”  Dripping, eh?  Take that to your respective joke factories.

Inevitable update: WWE.com has removed the shirt, and is no longer available for purchase.

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2 Responses to “Ironic Pro Wrestling T-Shirt of the Week Special Editon: Sin Sentido Común”

  1. the self-hating hipster November 28, 2011 at 2:54 pm #

    I thought “Goteo De Oro” translates to “Straight Up Seam-Dawg”

  2. Andee November 28, 2011 at 3:10 pm #

    Seriously, how many people go into the production of a t-shirt? How did this get through?

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