WWE has this phone game called WWE Supercard. The rules are a bit too convoluted to explain through text, but it's basically Pokemon for people who don't want to collect anything except a post-count on a messageboard.
Every time you go to play a new round, you're presented with four options for opponents, so your electronic deck of cards with wrestlers and arbitrary numbers can virtually do battle with an automated version of someone else's electronic deck of cards with wrestlers and arbitrary numbers. Whoever has the higher number in the randomly selected attribute wins the sub-round. Best 2-out-of-3 is the winner. In reality, both of you probably smell like Mountain Dew and owe money to someone who makes custom swords, so there actually is no winner.
Over the course of 1200+times doing this, looking at the names of four different people each round, I began to remember that I actually hate the vast majority of wrestling fans. I can say they're good people in the same way that I say NASCAR fans or Steampunks are good people, in which I really mean that enthusiasm is wonderful but you can't brush your teeth with it.
These are the worst of them.
People Who Are, In General, Assholes
People Who Are Bros
People Who Are In Junior High
People Who Can't Think of Anything They Like Besides Wrestling
People Who Are Nonsense
People Who Are Indie Wrestlers
People Really Into Penis/Butt Stuff
People Named "Iceman"
People Who Are Straight Edge
People Who Would Like You To Know Their Age
People Who Are Into Superlatives and Minimalism But Don't Know What Either of Those Words Mean
People Who Love a Certain Wrestler But Not Enough To Spell Their Name Right
People Who Ran Out of Characters
People Who Don't Understand Technology
People Who Love John Cena
EXCEPTIONS: You're a terminally ill child, you're Mr. OOC from OSW Review, you're a soldier who's never seen wrestling but Tribute to the Troops is on base and what the fuck else are you going to do.