6 Pro-Wrestlers Discovered in Classic Art

Thanks to scientific breakthrough, we now know if Da Vinci was a fan of the German Suplex. 

Christian Krauspeby Christian Krauspe

We here at CRAVE Online have once again broken through the barriers of science and made a humanity-changing discovery. In our R&D department, one of our leading scientists in the fields of chemistry and WWE sciences found that if you look at a painting through infared lights and chemical peels, then it is possible to look "underneath" the paint at what the artist had orignally painted. Think of The Da Vinci Code but without the self-torturing Paul Bettany. 

Much to our surpise we found at least six painting that, when scientifically broken down feature the WWE's hottest superstars of all time.

Take a look:

John Cena in Da Vinci's The Last Supper:

As you can see, Da Vinci was trying to capture the essence of faith as well as the allegorical notion of "Loalty, Hustle, Respect."


Dude Love in Warhol's Campbell Soup Can

Warhol was famously a fan of free love and self-expression. As well as doing the "Charleston" before taking a belt-sander to the nuts.


The Miz in Da Vinci's Mona Lisa:

We now know that the "Hand up Mona Lisa's Skirt" belongs to the WWE Intercontinental Champ.


HHH in Seurat's Sunday Afternoon on the Island

Seurat's famous pointilism technique vividly captures the once WWE Heavywieght champion's finishing move. 


The Undertaker in Monet's Water Lillies

Nothing says realism and beauty like a character who's parents died in a fire. 


Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior in Gerome's Pollice Verso:

A true work of art capturing the frenzy of the crowd and the destruction of two people with shrunken balls due to Anabolic Steroid abuse.