Fans go Crazy with WWE and AEW Superstar Costumes for Halloween

Wrestlers often have the most outrageous and extravagant outfits, hairdos and tattoos. From Kane’s iconic mask to cosplaying the Bella Twins, the WWE Universe has brought WWE into the festival of Halloween.

WWE has had its range of spooky wrestlers who would be the perfect muses for people who want to be spooky on the day. This Halloween, the most spooky wrestler to walk the planet is none other than Bray Wyatt. As The Fiend, he has terrorised both audiences and wrestlers with his terrifying mask and his creepy antics in the ring.

Another iconic Halloween costume is Kane’s gear from the 90s. Before he became a part of Team Hell No! and Corporate Kane, the Big Red Machine was one of the most terrifying Superstars in the company. His gear inspired a few Halloween costumes this year too.

WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks is currently enjoying the best run of her career. Her match against Bayley at Hell in a Cell might become 2020’s Match of the Year. Sasha also inspires Halloween costumes every single year, and each year the costumes get better.

AEW fans also had some creative options

All Elite Wrestling also gets in on the action with their own inspired costumes. With wrestlers like Orange Cassidy, Darby Allin and Chris Jericho, the fans of AEW have a plethora of wrestlers that they would like to cosplay for Halloween.

Darby Allin has the personality of a skateboarder which influences his outfit. Pair that with his face paint and it makes him one of the most recognizable wrestlers in the world. He also inspired some great Halloween costumes.

Human sloth bear, Orange Cassidy, might have lost to Cody on Dynamite, but he is one of the hottest Superstars in the world. The fastest-rising superstar in AEW has inspired thousands of fans to cosplay as freshly squeezed Orange Cassidy.

Finally, the funniest costume out there actually comes from Japan. A man cosplayed as none other than the CEO of WWE, Vince McMahon. The man donned the suit and humbly attempted to nail the strut.

NXT took Halloween to the next level with Halloween Havoc, while AEW had a quieter evening. While wrestlers got into the mood, their fans vastly outdid them in terms of creativity.

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