Friday, August 31, 2012

Superstars For A Post-Apocalyptic World

The Anchor Bay Films and WWE Studios thriller "The Day" features a band of survivors fighting to stay alive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Just in case such a situation should ever actually occur, WWE Classics has determined which Superstars we'd want by our side. Each choice possesses specific skills that would come in handy after the end of the world. Check out our 10 picks.

The Disciples Of The Apocalypse
Now here are four thugs who will be right at home after the end of the world. The D.O.A. ran roughshod over WWE tag teams during the beginnings of the Attitude Era after Crush was fired from The Nation of Domination. Together with Chainz, Skull and 8-Ball, these motorcycle-riding apocalyptic apostles can show us the lay of the land once everything has been destroyed.

The Road Warriors
Call them The Legion of Doom or call them The Road Warriors, just don't call Hawk and Animal late for dinner, because they are hungry for competition. These multi-time tag team champions in nearly every conceivable wrestling organization know what it takes to be successful while operating as part of a group. The Road Warriors have dominated the competition on several continents, and can lead a crew of survivors to safety in a dangerous post-apocalyptic wasteland, no matter where that may be.

Adam Bomb
Not only was Adam Bomb enormous, but the man was also straight up atomic. Hailing from Three Mile Island -- the site in Pennsylvania of a partial nuclear meltdown in 1979 -- Bomb unleashed his brand of wrath in WWE during the early to mid-1990s. We'd love to have him by our side after a worldwide fallout since his managers Johnny Polo and Harvey Wippleman will have likely perished. Hopefully we won't catch a case of "The China Syndrome."

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