pro wrestler

Pentagón Jr. from AEW Dark

Nobody knows who is behind the mask of Pentagón Jr. The man is his own legend with a long and storied wrestling career spanning a variety of names, costumes, and even wrestling organizations. From face to heel and back, he’s done it all without once losing his mask.

Naturally, if you’re going to cosplay as Pentagón Jr, you need his mask and face pain. The rest of his costume is as unique as his face paint which means you’ll also have to dabble in some DIY. It’s not easy to find a chest plate like his but the one listed here comes close without breaking the bank. Spray paint it glossy black and then add gold details. Black leggings, black wrestling boots, black wrist wraps, and a gold lame belt complete one of his many looks.

Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins (aka Colby Lopez) debuted in 2005 and has been making a splash ever since. He signed to the WWE in 2010 when he officially took up the mantle “Seth Rollins”. Prior to that he was Tyler Black with Ring of Honor. But Tyler Black was a long time ago. For the last ten years Lopez has wrestled under the name Seth Rollins. And he’s built up a huge fan following since!

Getting Rollins’ look takes a little bit of DIY. Of course you’ll want to start with a wig and a goatee if you want to get the exact look. And you’ll probably have to style the wig to get his slicked-back style.

From there you’ll want an all-black base to work from. Black leggings, black sneakers, a black bike vest, black leather shin guards, and black knee guards make up the majority of the costume. Then, using gold tape and fabric glue, apply the design Rollins has on his costume. Finish off the look with some black sweatbands and his signature black leather coat and you’re good to go!

Jimmy Hart

Jimmy Hart

Jimmy Hart has managed many of the very best pro wrestlers over the years, including Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, and “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase. He’s nicknamed the Mouth of the South, and used his megaphone to coach his proteges while distracting his opponents.

Davey Boy Smith, The British Bulldog

Davey Boy Smith, The British Bulldog

Davey Boy Smith, also known as The British Bulldog, is a pro wrestler who rose the ranks of the WWF (now WWE) in the 1980s. He makes his British heritage known by regaling himself with the Union Jack from head to toe.

Jake the Snake Roberts

Jake “The Snake” Roberts

Jake “The Snake” Roberts is a famous pro wrestler. The beloved star of the WWF (now WWE), often brought the source of his nickname into the ring to scare his opponents. He was also popularized the use of the DDT wrestling move.

Becky Lynch from WWE Raw

Becky Lynch

Becky Lynch (real name Rebecca Quin) is an Irish professional wrestler in WWE’s Raw. She is currently the 4x reigning Raw Women’s Champion, defeating the likes of Ronda Rousey and outlasting the Royal Rumble in the process. Often the underdog, Becky started dubbing herself “The Man” nickname after she transitioned into a more aggressive fighter.

Vicky the Viking from GLOW

Vicky the Viking

In GLOW, Viking the Viking (Marianna Palka) is the pro wrestling persona of Reggie Walsh, an Olympic wrestling medalist. She’s originally given the star role of Liberty Belle, but loses it to Debbie due to her lack of personality.

Old School Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson

Old School Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

It was the year 1994 when former pro wrestler and movie star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson reached peak ’90s fashion, decked out with chain necklace over black turtleneck, gripping a brown leather fanny pack. Don’t forget a pack of tissues so you can keep your turtleneck spotless while leaning casually against various backdrops.

Brittanica from GLOW

Britannica

In GLOW, Brittanica (Kate Nash) is the wrestling persona for Rhonda Richardson. A British model who winds up living in a car in Santa Monica, Richardson adopts the character of an English genius who uses her brains as much as her brawn in the ring.

Beirut from GLOW

Beirut the Mad Bomber

In GLOW, Beirut the Mad Bomber (Sunita Mani) is the wrestling alter ego of Arthie Premkumar, an Indo-American pre-med student who joins GLOW. She’s not a fan of her Middle Eastern terrorist persona, which is offensive on multiple levels, and does everything she can to cast it off.