Snooki Shows Off Athleticism at WrestleMania 27, Overshadows The Rock in WWE’s Biggest Event

Snooki Shows Off Athleticism at WrestleMania 27, Overshadows The Rock in WWE's Biggest Event The story heading into Sunday night’s WrestleMania was the return of The Rock. Coming out, though, it may be Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi.

The Jersey Shore star, known more for her public intoxication than her athletic prowess, was part of a six-person tag team match, referring to her team as the Brunette Mafia. Snooki wasn’t involved much until she was tagged in by teammate Trish Stratus. Normally seen on TV with booze, Snooki was greeted by the fans with the next best thing — boos.

Seemingly out of nowhere, though, she pulled off a double back handspring (or something along those lines) to deliver a blow to Michelle McCool. Snooki then showed off some more with a cartwheel before she finally pinned McCool for the win. You can check it out for yourself in the Video of the Day section below.

Given that the “stars” of Jersey Shore have never really done anything in their lives, it’s safe to say this is the greatest accomplishment in Snooki’s life.

Photo of the day

Would you have guessed that Snooki is actually able to do something? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Snooki Shows Off Athleticism at WrestleMania 27, Overshadows The Rock in WWE's Biggest Event

Quote of the day

“We’re on pace to score 162 runs this year, which might be a major league record.”
–Rays manager Joe Maddon, after a less-than-stellar start of the season for his ballclub

Comment of the day

Yup, Michael, you are a genius, and with roughly 1.8 percent of the season completed, you have been proven totally right.

“I have been taunting you imbecile Red Sox fans about your pitching and about Salty all winter long. Looks like this New Yorker knew the deal. Good luck with that staff, Salty, or antique Varitek when Salty is getting booed too loud to be kept in the lineup. HAHAHAHA”
–Michael

Tweet of the day

This question may have been rhetorical, but the answer might actually be “no.”

 

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