American Wrestler in Mexico Uses Love of Trump To Cast Himself as Villain


An American wrestler devised the evilest, most notorious, and meanest persona south of the border to ensure his certain success in Mexico’s professional wrestling league—Donald Trump.

Sam Adonis says that the idea came to him during the blazing heat of the 2016 presidential campaign.  He observed that “people were so angry,” and thought that if he donned a pair of wrestling tights with an image of Donald Trump on them he would become an instant villain for the Mexican fans who watch the Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) professional wrestling promotion.

“Most people here hate Donald Trump without really knowing why,” said the 6-foot-4, 250 pound Pennsylvania native, whose real name is Samuel Polinsky. “Nobody knows anything about him. They don’t read his policies, or anything he believes. It’s the blind leading the blind.”

Sam Adonis stirs the ire of Mexicans while in the ring. As Yahoo reports, he turns “old jingoism on its head.”  Standing in the ring, he sings the Star Spangled Banner (poorly) and tells the fans, “This city has the ugliest kids and the poorest men!”


You’re not helping, dopey. Well, maybe you’re not trying to help, which makes you an even bigger dummy.

10 Comments on American Wrestler in Mexico Uses Love of Trump To Cast Himself as Villain

  1. Great idea bad advertising. He should drop the insults to the people and hold up a fake brick wall.

  2. I think it’s funny. He’s making money off a bunch of ignorant peasants who will hate DJT and America anyway, no matter how you try to educate them.

  3. No one but the SJW’a doesn’t know that pro wrestling is fake. For them it’s as real as Russian rigging of the national elections.

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