I suppose that for some in the industry (I'm not, but still want to be when I grow up) suggesting that they are a mark is percieved as an insult. That is in no way my intention with this thread. As someone who has always enjoyed this entertainment I have no problem explaining how much of a mark I am.
I'm such a mark that:
I think that the plastic surgeons did so much great work on Kanes burns and Cody Rhodes grotesquely disfigured face.
I believe that Ric Flair led a consortium to purchase WWE shares from Shane and Stephanie.
I was shocked at how much Mae Young's son had grown when I watched the thousanth episode of RAW.
I've practised for hundreds of hours to make fires by raising my arms slowly and bringing them down really fast, and I just can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
I think the Peoples Elbow is one of the most devastating techniques ever.
I'm amazed that no match on a live broadcast has ever ended during a commercial break.
I asked my doctor if he could diagnose me with IED.
I have vivid memories of watching the tournament in Rio de Janeiro when Pat Patterson won the first Intercontinental Title.
So how much of a mark are you really?