No one can ever accuse the world of professional wrestling of being boring.
Those crazy occurrences may though have just been overtaken in the bizarre stakes after a story has emerged alleging the ghost of wrestling legend Macho Man Randy Savage has been spotted in a Florida wrestling ring.
The "photo evidence" (and we use that term very loosely) was brought to the attention of uproxx.com by one wrestling fan who had been taking photographs at an event in the Sunshine state recently.
The apparition did not reveal itself immediately to Kenny Eichenberg, but, after posting his images to Facebook, it didn't take long for people to see Macho Man himself making an unlikely appearance.
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See what you think for yourself:
Some people might try to palm of the blurry image as a smudge on the camera, or simply the effect of an unsteady hand on behalf of Eichenberg. These people are wrong.
This is surely irrefutable evidence that Macho Man's crazy antics live on into the after life and WWE fans are on board with the idea.
Finally getting recognition
The wrestling great of course sadly passed away in 2011 after suffering a sudden heart attack while driving his wife in a Florida town.
Mach Man Randy Savage's popularity lives on though and this crazy story proves as much. It comes just weeks after it was revealed that he will finally be taking his place in the WWE Hall of Fame - leading the 2015 class of inductees after years of being overlooked by the powers that be.
While his ghost may have appeared in one Florida wrestling ring, it will be Savage's long time rival Hulk Hogan who will be in-ring to do the honors when it comes to putting the legend into the HOF the night before WrestleMania XXXI.
What do you think WWE fans? Can you make out the great Macho Man in the image, and why has it taken so long for him to get into the Hall of Fame? Let us know in the comments section below...
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