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The Best Mustaches in Wrestling History

Updated September 19, 2020 2.7k votes 565 voters 8.0k views48 items

List RulesVote up the wrestlers with the most legendary mustaches in the history of wrestling

In the masculine, over-the-top world of pro wrestling, facial hair is king. For many generations, grapplers have helped get their toughness, savageness, and handsomeness over with the crowd by growing out a mustache. Handlebar, Chevron, Fu-Manchu, and other kinds of styles have all rightly earned their place on this list of the 50 best mustaches in wrestling history. So, which wrestler do you think has the best mustache in the history of sports entertainment?

  • Ox Baker
    Photo: WWE
    The Ox terrorized his opponents with his long and wild mustache throughout the 1960s and '70s. Combined with his sinister eyebrows, this look totally embodies his catchphrase "I love to hurt people!"
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  • Dan Severn
    Photo: WWE
    The former WWE competitor and multiple-time UFC champion is incomplete without his jet black mustache. Severn's look is the Freddie Mercury of ass-kicking.
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  • Gene Okerlund
    Photo: WWE
    The face of classic World Wrestling Federation programming had a classic standard mustache to boot.
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  • The Blackjacks
    Photo: WWE
    This cowboy tag team terrorized the AWA and WWF in the 1970s with their gruff style and even gruffer facial hair. Legit tough guys that could tell Sam Elliot a thing or two about cowboy mustaches.
    Agree or disagree?