The perfect WWE Superstar for every AFC team

AFC East:


1. Buffalo Bills – Al Snow


Explanation: Al Snow, known for his wrestling persona and experience in the industry, is a fitting match for the Buffalo Bills. Both have dealt with challenging weather conditions – the Bills with snowstorms affecting their games, and Al Snow as the owner/operator of Ohio Valley Wrestling, which is featured in the Netflix docuseries “Wrestlers.”

AFC East:


2. Miami Dolphins – The Rock


Explanation: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, with his proud Samoan heritage and football background at the University of Miami, is a perfect match for the Miami Dolphins. Additionally, his connection to quarterback Tua Tagovailoa adds another layer of relevance to this pairing.


3. New England Patriots – Rob Gronkowski


Explanation: Rob Gronkowski, known for his successful NFL career as a tight end, also made a splash in the WWE world by winning the WWE 24/7 Championship at WrestleMania 36. His ability to seamlessly transition between football and wrestling makes him a fitting match for the New England Patriots.

AFC West:


4. Denver Broncos – X-Pac


Explanation: Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, with his move known as the “Bronco Buster,” is a fitting match for the Denver Broncos. Despite being from Minnesota, his wrestling persona aligns well with the Broncos’ identity.


5. Kansas City Chiefs – Kane


Explanation: Glenn “Kane” Jacobs, known as “The Big Red Machine,” is a suitable match for the Kansas City Chiefs, especially considering their recent success under the coaching of Andy “Big Red” Reid. Additionally, Jacobs’ current role as the Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, adds an interesting parallel to the Chiefs’ championship-winning streak.

AFC West:


6. Las Vegas Raiders – The Viking Raiders


Explanation: The Viking Raiders, a tag team in WWE, are a fitting match for the Las Vegas Raiders. While they may have to share their Viking identity with Minnesota, the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas adds a unique twist to their persona.


7. Los Angeles Chargers – Ernie “Big Cat” Ladd


Explanation: Ernie “Big Cat” Ladd, a former AFL champion and defensive tackle for the San Diego Chargers, also had a successful career as a professional wrestler. His dual roles in both football and wrestling make him an ideal match for the Los Angeles Chargers.


AFC North:


8. Baltimore Ravens – Raven


Explanation: Scott Levy, known for his wrestling persona as “Raven,” is a suitable match for the Baltimore Ravens. His character, inspired by Edgar Allan Poe, fits well with the Ravens’ dark and mysterious image.

AFC North:


9. Cincinnati Bengals – Flyin’ Brian Pillman


Explanation: Brian Pillman, who initially joined the Cincinnati Bengals as a linebacker, is a fitting match for the Cincinnati Bengals. His ties to the city and his football background make him an ideal choice for the team.


10. Cleveland Browns – D’Lo Brown


Explanation: D’Lo Brown, known for his signature strut in WWE, adds an entertaining element to the Cleveland Browns. Considering Joe Flacco’s impressive performance leading the Browns to the playoffs last season, D’Lo Brown’s charismatic persona would have been a fun addition to the team’s success.

AFC North:


11. Pittsburgh Steelers – George “The Animal” Steele


Explanation: William James Myers, better known as George “The Animal” Steele in the wrestling world, is a fitting match for the Pittsburgh Steelers. His unique persona, characterized by his habit of eating turnbuckles and sticking out his green tongue, adds a touch of eccentricity to the Steelers’ tough and gritty image.

AFC South:


12. Houston Texans – The Undertaker


Explanation: Mark “Undertaker” Calloway’s 30-year career rising from the dead and becoming a three-time World Heavyweight champion mirrors the Houston Texans’ resurgence from a disastrous 3-13-1 season in 2022 to winning the AFC South and defeating the Browns 45-14 in last year’s AFC wild-card game.

AFC South:


13. Indianapolis Colts – Pat McAfee


Explanation: Pat McAfee, a former Pro Bowl punter for the Indianapolis Colts, is a fitting match for the team. His transition to becoming a podcaster and WWE commentator adds versatility to his career, much like his success in both football and wrestling.


14. Jacksonville Jaguars – Disqualified


Explanation: As Tony Khan, son of Jaguars owner Shahid Khan, owns rival AEW wrestling, it wouldn’t be appropriate to match the Jacksonville Jaguars with a WWE Superstar. Therefore, they are disqualified from this pairing.


15. Tennessee Titans – Andre the Giant


Explanation: Andre the Giant, one of the true legends of professional wrestling, is a perfect match for the Tennessee Titans. Standing at 7-foot-4 and weighing 520 pounds, Andre was a titan both in and out of the ring, much like the Titans’ strong and imposing presence on the football field.

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