WWE Right Now In 10 Best Catchphrases

In order to find success in the professional wrestling industry, catchphrases have perennial importance. Catchphrases can make a gimmick captivating, adding a new dimension to the character, and it is one of the best ways to connect with the WWE Universe.

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From ‘What The Rock is cooking’, ‘Give me a hell yeah’ to ‘You can’t see me’, the fans have seen many such iconic catchphrases in every generation that is still recalled. The current batch of WWE Superstars in RAW, SmackDown, and NXT has some interesting gimmicks as well as engaging catchphrases.

10Charlotte Flair: ‘Woo’

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Inspired by her father Ric Flair, Charlotte Flair has been using the Woo catchphrase since the beginning of her WWE career. When she was in NXT, she would cut promos and end them with ‘Woo’, just like her legendary Hall of Famer father did. The trend continued when Charlotte graduated from NXT and arrived on the main roster.

Today, Charlotte still uses the catchphrase ‘Woo’ whenever she takes control of the microphone. Besides the catchphrase, The Queen has also lent a similar robe from her father and the submission move.

9Adam Cole: ‘Adam Cole Bay Bay’

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Signing for WWE in 2017, Adam Cole has been in the company for four years. The former leader of The Undisputed Era established his name with an epoch-making NXT Championship reign, becoming the longest-reigning champion in NXT history.

Cole has one of the most famous catchphrases in NXT, which he even used in his pre-WWE days. His catchphrase is ‘Adam Cole Bay Bay’, and his gesture during the catchphrase is quite similar to Rob Van Dam. Whenever he says ‘Adam Cole Bay Bay’, the crowd screams with him to make an electrifying atmosphere.

8Bray Wyatt/ The Fiend: ‘Let Me In’

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Over the past few years, Bray Wyatt has run riot with his alter-ego, The Fiend. Although The Fiend generally doesn’t talk, he says ‘Let me in’ at times. Bray Wyatt, the Firefly Fun House host, also uses the catchphrase ‘Let me in’ when he delivers Firefly Fun House segments.

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Interestingly, ‘Let me in’ is also the entrance music of The Fiend. The catchphrase was also used by Alexa Bliss during her association with Bray Wyatt.

7Asuka: ‘Nobody Is Ready For Asuka’

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When Asuka was in NXT, she was the most dominant Superstar of the brand with an unbeaten record. During her record-long NXT Women’s Title run, she was invincible. Therefore, her catchphrase was ‘Nobody is ready for Asuka’.

Asuka seldom uses the catchphrase now, with the most recent usage being during her RAW Women’s Championship reign. Nonetheless, it’s one of the most popular catchphrases in WWE today.

6Karrion Kross: ‘Tick Tock’

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Karrion Kross is an elite name from the black-and-gold brand. Although he has been in NXT for only a year, he is already a two-time NXT Champion. Moreover, Kross is yet to be beaten in a singles match.

Kross’s signature catchphrase is ‘Tick Tock’, which means that the clock is ticking, and the doomsday is looming for his opponents. Needless to say, the ‘Tick Tock’ catchphrase is over and most NXT fans love it.

5Randy Orton: ‘Three Most Destructive Letters In Sports Entertainment, RKO’

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Randy Orton is a sadistic person, who finds pleasure in watching his opponents in agony. The Viper decimates his opponents with one of the most popular finishing moves in WWE history, the RKO.

Orton often uses the catchphrase ‘Three Most Destructive Letters In Sports Entertainment, RKO’ while building up his feuds. The 14-time World Champion has used this catchphrase in his recent feuds against the likes of Drew McIntyre, Edge, and Bray Wyatt.

4Bray Wyatt: ‘Yowie Wowie’

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Besides Bray Wyatt’s ‘Let me in’, he has another famous catchphrase called ‘ Yowie Wowie’. The former two-time Universal Champion generally uses it during Firefly Fun House promos. Whenever he ends a segment, he says ‘Yowie Wowie’ before saying goodbye to the WWE Universe.

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‘Yowie Wowie’ signifies that something good is about to happen, hinting at victories over his opponents. The catchphrase is so popular that WWE has ‘Yowie Wowie’ merchandise.

3Bayley: ‘Ding Dong, Hello!’

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After turning heel two years ago, Bayley has been on a roll. She is one of the best heels of the women’s division, becoming the longest-reigning SmackDown Women’s Champion in history. She also has an amazing catchphrase now, which is popular.

Bayley’s catchphrase is ‘ Ding Dong, Hello!’, which she uses during his promos. As a matter of fact, due to the overwhelming popularity of the catchphrase, she also hosts a talk show with the same name.

2Seth Rollins: ‘Embrace The Vision’

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Seth Rollins might not have been in the main event scene with the Monday Night Messiah gimmick, but his character work has been impressive. His work as a heel is quite different from his previous bad guy version in the post Shield era.

As the Messiah, his catchphrase is ‘Embrace the vision’. He says it to his on-screen friends as well as rivals. It means he wants to make an individual reach his highest potential by embracing the vision.

1Roman Reigns: ‘Acknowledge Me’

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Roman Reigns certainly has the best catchphrase in the current product, and it is also incredibly popular. Other than his catchphrase, the Tribal Chief is the most influential character and champion in WWE right now.

Roman Reigns orders his opponents ‘Acknowledge Me’, meaning he wants them to acknowledge him as the Tribal Chief and the head of the table. If someone doesn’t acknowledge the vindictive Roman Reigns as the head of the table, he ends up perishing.

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