A few months ago I had to baby sit a little shit of a cousin I have. He's around ten years old. As the extremely mature person I am, I was playing Pokemon Black 2 in my living room when he came up to me and asked "why are you playing that babies game? Don't you want to play call of duty with me?". I replied with "why are you playing that babies game? Don't you want to play Pokemon with me?", he laughed and went back to playing his hardcore shooter whilst I continued mindlessly running around in a patch of grass searching for a shiny Pokemon wondering what I was doing with my life. Children try and act older than they are in the hopes of becoming more mature. They play games like Call of Duty thinking they'll fit in more with people older than them. They want to be cool, they want to be mature, they want to do things that are badass. Ironically, trying to act more mature is what makes them immature. So, with this its made me wonder: Do children who watch wrestling really want super hero characters? Take wrestlers like John Cena and Sheamus, do they really want people like that who are all smiley and sugar coated, or do they perhaps want more "badass" characters like Brock Lesnar? Is this also why Ryback to the end of his face run was extremely over? Who do you think is the ideal wrestler currently on the wrestler to be marketed towards children? Discuss!