Monday, June 29, 2015

Male on Monday - Pro Wrestling Heroes

Pink Heart Society editor, Ali Williams, is raving about her favourite wrestling heroes - the ones she thinks would definitely help inspire a red-blooded romance hero...

So I have a bit of a thing for pro wrestling at the moment...  I love the drama, the scandal and the skill of the fights.  I'm also a big fan of some of the female wrestlers that WWE has on their roster at the moment - Paige, in particular, is fantastic.

But I suppose I'm a little bit in awe of some of the male wrestlers as well.

So excuse me whilst I swoon a little over these guys...

Roman Reigns

Of Samoan origin (hence those incredible tattoos), his long hair and blue eyes make him more than a little hunky.  And, of course, he comes from a wrestling dynasty - the Ano'ai family.

Dolph Ziggler

All American, Dolph personifies the good looking boy next door, who's got a heart of gold - at least, at the moment...

Randy Orton

Randy Orton switches back and forth between good guy and heel (pro-wrestling speak for bad guy), and he's been on the circuit a good while and it shows in his skill.

Finn Balor (or Prince Devitt)

Known as Prince Devitt in Japan, where he stormed the pro-wrestling scene, he's recently started over on NXT, as part of the WWE universe, and is going up against current NXT champion Kevin Owens for the championship title this weekend!

John Cena

John Cena's undisputed reign at WWE is a bone of contention for many fans, but his hard work both in the ring and outside of it, is undeniable.  He has granted over 400 wishes for children through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and does a hell of a lot for charity.

Do you have a favourite pro wrestler?  Do you think they make for good heroes?  Join the discussion!

Ali Williams grew up in Croydon and spent her teenage years in a convent girls' school. She then fled to university where she discovered champagne cocktails, a capella singing and erotica.

These days she blogs about perceptions of romance, #StrongRomanceHeroines and women in society, and spends the rest of her time sat at her brand new writing desk, cracking on with her first novel (affectionately referred to as the Sussex Shaggers).

Passionately vocal about the wonders of romance, Ali defies you to slam romance novels within her hearing!

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