As some of you may know, Netflix has its
own wrestling show, GLOW. Well it’s not a wrestling show per say but the show that centers around wrestling. It’s about an actress in 1985 who becomes part of a startup wrestling promotion called the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, or GLOW for short. It’s very good and you should definitely check it out. But for those who have watched the show, then you may have noticed there are a few appearances from legit wrestlers. So I’ll be running through them all and fair warning, some minor spoilers are inbound. Starting with episode 1 we have the Shaman of Sexy, John Morrison. He portrays Salty “The Slick” Johnson, who comes in as wrestling trainer and shows the ladies how to to hit the ropes, roll and take bumps. Morrison only makes it in for one episode, as in episode two of the series the director decides to let him go. Let’s springboard ahead to episode 4 where we find out next two appearances. But brace yourself, it’s about to get funky and cool. That’s right, Brodus Clay and Carlito play the roles of the character Cameron Wade’s brothers and to make it even better their Star Wars fans. “Love Star Wars.” They also teach two of the main characters how to perform the cross body, what nice guys. And… Wait He has an apple?! That’s so awesome!!!! Oh, um. Up next, we have Christopher Daniels and
Frankie Kazarian wrestling each other at a show three of the characters are in attendance at. They don’t get any names but it’s still cool nonetheless and Daniels even forms
a pretty nice moonsault. And in the main event, we got two more appearances. Joey Ryan appears as a heel called Mr. Monopoly, he does certainly got the mustache for it. He’s also accompanied by his real life wife and fellow pro wrestler, Laura James. Mr. Monopoly takes on the baby face of
the match, Steel Horse, or as you and I may recognize him as, Alex Riley. Looks like he’s taking a few tips from Biker Taker. And lasty, you know who it is brother! Yeah, Hulk Hogan’s daughter, Brooke Hogan! We get to see her as a manger for a venue the two main characters are checking out to perform in. Not quite the Pontiac Silverdome but still cool. One quick, interesting bit, beyond just wrestlers appearing in the show, there are all kinds of wrestling references scattered throughout the series, some in plan sight and others not so much. Hey, thanks for watching! If you’re new to Tap Out Corner, we got Did You Know Wrestling, where we share all kinds of trivia and facts on your favorite wrestlers and there’s also the Public on Wrestling, where we ask random people questions about the world of professional wrestling. I’m Zach, and I hope to see you in another video!