Do professional wrestlers wear diapers?

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Hello. Not too sure where to put this topic...

About a week ago, I watched a wrestling match from the WWE. I am pretty convinced that one of their performers (namely Dolph Ziggler) was wearing a diaper.

I don't have pictures, but Dolph showed a diaper-like bulge under his wrestling gear.

However, the main reason why I think it was a diaper was that, whenever Dolph fell over and landed on his backside, whatever was underneath provided a cushioning. Also, when Dolph fell over, the only sound that could be heard was a slight 'puff' noise. Normally, when a person falls like that, a much louder sound follows.

So what do you guys think? Diaper or not?
 

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No their clothes ripped from time to time they have protective gear underneath
 

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I know a professional wrestler and I could not see him wearing a diaper.
 

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By the end of each match it would have ruptured as well

I would imagine if a wrestler (or any contact-sportsman) were to wear a diaper, it'd be a belted, pull-up type garment, and not your standard diaper with tapes.

I have played rugby wearing a pull-up diaper and it rarely ruptured.
 

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Are you also getting piledrived Bodyslam thrown through tables hit with ladders kicked in the nuts on a regular basis wrestling's quite a bit different from your standard support while it is staged there's a lot that can go wrong and I don't care how stage that it is a Piledriver a body slam off the top ropes it still hurt like f*** and create enough Force to rupture something like that besides it would also force them to get rid of required safety equipment it's just not feasible
 

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Besides if anyone would wear one it be that b**** boy John Cena lol
 

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I don't think any of them actually do, though they probably have some padding in there. Just because the outcome is predetermined doesn't mean taking all of those shots over and over for most of the year doesn't take a toll. There's a reason wrestlers don't tend to live long lives a lot of the time.

I swear to god though every time I see the Hype Bros Zach Ryder's trunks look identitical to ABU Cushies and it throws me for a second every time, lol
 
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Absolutely not. No diapers in professional wrestling unless the guy had an adult baby character. I spent 9 years in the business and still have ties (and tights) and can tell you there is absolutely no way to hide a diaper beneath your tights. It would be obvious the moment they stepped through the curtain. Also, someone mentioned "protective gear" being under the tights. Once again, nope. At the most, a guy might have a pair of secondary tights or briefs, but that's about it. I've never once seen anybody, including many tv stars, wear a cup or jock strap. As for the poof, I couldn't say 100% for sure for the WWE as I obviously never worked for them, but I do know most modern rings use a high density foam pad about 1-2 inches thick that rests between the canvas and the wood/steel for the ring floor. Any poof sound may have come from that depending on the bump Dolph took.
 

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Now I kind of want to see a wrestler with an ABDL character. It would probably be awful as far as representation is concerned, but hilarious nonetheless.
 
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I only started acting on my DL side after I stopped. It has crossed my mind to try it, should I ever return. As you said, though, the representation would be awful. The business is designed to dumb down characters for a broad audience and a character that was AB would most likely be used for comedic effect. Think Doink the Clown or Eugene. It's also a pretty one dimensional thing and anybody with that gimmick would naturally get sick of it over time. Especially if they were a true life ABDL. The things the audience says to the wrestlers are freaking harsh.
 

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No their clothes ripped from time to time they have protective gear underneath

Wouldn't surprise me in the least if a "pro wrestler" wore a cup, considering all the gymnastics they do. That Atomic Elbow Drop that was supposed to land in the gut might miss and make you very sorry for it.

That, and considering all the scripted work they do, it's not too uncommon to see someone take a bell-ringing kick that practically lifts them off the mat.

Honestly though, I think the outline of the back elastic gathers as they go from crotch to outer rear wings are a lot more definitive for a diaper check than any crotch bulging. Some diapers can check in with quite the flashy "panty lines" in back.
 
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bambinod, cups can be a major hazard in some scenarios. If you're on the top rope and you get crotched (when someone hits the ropes and you land balls first on the top turnbuckle), wearing a cup provides some serious risk of damaging your groin muscles. Your legs are spread and the edges of those things can be pretty brutal. Personally, and I'm not a masochist by any means, I'd rather just take the impact to the balls than risk getting shelved for six months to an injury.
 

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Here is the a from a 1999 match between Undertaker and Steve Austin.

Based on the bulge, it is possible that 'Taker is in a nappy. (sorry, picture is small)

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This bulge is similar to the bulge I have when I put a nappy under thermal bottoms.
 

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Not sure about wrestlers but I know from personal experience that if I were to play hockey again I would definitely wear one. Cuz I was checked into the boards once and I'm not gonna go into detail about what happened but some extra protection would have been most appreciated. But perhaps folks in contact sports could certainly benefit from wearing one. I'm sure there have been many ‘accidents' similar to mine.
 

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Hello.

I have more pictures of wrestlers wearing what seem too be diapers:

Here is Jeff Hardy (in yellow), during a fight with Kane (in red). He seems to be wearing here:

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This, again, is what diapers look like when I wear them under thermal bottoms.

Also, we have the Undertaker again. He looks to be in a diaper here:

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Still no. Some will wear underwear over their protective equipment. Which is what you're seeing. You're just seeing what you want to in this case.

All of their moves are fake too. You know that right. Look close, or play them frame by frame. Their "hits", "slams" and the like, are barely taps and bounces. Their rings also have a huge amount of play in the floor mats. It's more like getting tossed on a trampoline than an actual floor. The same with those massively padded posts, and bungie cord ropes.

It does take a lot of stamina for them though. All that fluff and running back and fourth to put on a show like that is impressive.
 

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I could also see that bulk in the back as a tailbone protection of some sort. I'd imagine with a lot of the mat-drops they get, tailbone injury is a major concern.
 

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Right. Any explanation for cushioning effect that I described above?

To make sure they can make little wrestlers later also cause breaking a tailbone is no joke

Most Wrestlers don't wear diapers, not even sumos (unless you count the american female sumo wrestling devision as they wore depends),
 
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