Home Alone Star Macaulay Culkin Takes Part In A Pro Wrestling Match

Macaulay Culkin was famous back in the early '90s starring in the very entertaining Home Alone movies. Well the actor wanted to rewind the clock at an independent professional wrestling event as he was back to his old antics.

Pro Wrestling Sheet uploaded a new video on YouTube of Bar Wrestling from Los Angeles where Macaulay Culkin was attending the event. He however got into a part of the action when former WWE Superstar Hornswoggle challenged him to "fight".

Obviously Culkin isn't a trained wrestler so he was not allowed to do much in case he would have hurt himself or Hornswoggle. However, he did use a foreign object that will make Home Alone fans very happy.

Culkin brought back the iconic metal bucket from the films and threw it at Hornswoggle. He even copied the referee and counted the ending pin fall.

This is not the first time outside celebrities have participated in wrestling matches, and it sure isn't going to be the last one either.

The first big celebrity to wrestle in a professional wrestling match was Mr T. The A-Team starred teamed with Hulk Hogan at the first WrestleMania event to battle the heel duo of Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff.

However, the most biggest slap in the face for wrestling fans was when actor David Arquette won the WCW Heavyweight title back in the year 2000. This was the first and last time a celebrity 'won' a major professional wrestling championship.

Anyway, you can watch Culkin's antics down below in the video provided. It will be interesting to see if the WWE ever gives him a call to make a special appearance on a bigger stage...

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