Kiss My Foot Matches Between the Women

The Rule of a Kiss My Foot Match is that the loser of the match must kiss the winner’s feet. Throughout wrestling history, WWE has had two Kiss My Foot Matches that featured the men, but have never had any between the women. However, there was one Kiss My Foot Match between the women that took place at WWE’s Developmental Territory in late 2007, but it was kind of only one-sided because only one of the women in the match had the opportunity of getting her feet kissed by her opponent. When the men have Kiss My Foot Matches, it’s a pretty disturbing sight, but if the women had them, the sight would be much better. Bottom line, I think there should be more Kiss My Foot Matches between the women in any wrestling company.

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5 Comments

  1. I agree with Jackie Jcole,I mean it’s humiliating for the wrestlers that are kissing their opponents feet. Also it’s revolting for us,well me personally.

  2. I disagree with Jackie,and Toby. It’s entertaining,I mean what’s there not there to like,I mean if it’s someone like Kane,the undertaker,the rock,Stephanie McMahon etc,it’s entertaining because you wouldn’t expect it to happen to someone like them. Basically without kiss my foot matches wrestling wouldn’t be half as entertaining (that’s what I think anyway) :)

  3. Great info. I never knew that’s how Sting got into the business. Thankfully Hulk Hogan walked into the gym that day.

  4. The tradition of feet kissing goes way back in time and is actually a sign of respect and submission. I have no problem with that being a stipulation of a match. Don’t think it’s demeaning. Maybe a bit humbling for some though.

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