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The Doc Five: Coaches who would make good WWE wrestlers – No. 4, Will Muschamp

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This offseason we will count down various topics from Monday through Friday, bringing you the top five of the important and definitely some not so important issues in college football. It's the Doc Five, every week until we will thankfully have actual games to discuss.

TOP FIVE COACHES WHO WOULD MAKE GOOD WWE WRESTLERS

NO. 5: WILL MUSCHAMP, FLORIDA

We've already ascertained that Kevin Sumlin is a paper champion and wouldn't make it as a WWE wrestler, but Muschamp would have no problem in the squared circle.

We know this: He'd have the pre-match staredown absolutely won.

You stepping in the ring against that guy? Heck no. If Muschamp is half as intense on the sideline to the refs and his players when they screw up as he would be in the ring, we got a possible future WWE champ here.

Heel or face?
We're going face (good guy) for Muschamp. It doesn't seem that anyone really dislikes Muschamp, and imagine all the Fatheads around the arena that would have his trademark intense stare. Nobody would be better playing to the crowd than this guy.

Natural wrestling rival
Iron Sheik. Why? No reason, we just wanted to point out that the Iron Sheik on Twitter is the best thing ever. Respect the legend. And it makes some sense since ...

Best old school wrestler comparison
Hulk Hogan. No, Muschamp doesn't have the 24-inch pythons, but after this ...

... you can totally hear him going right into "AND WHAT YA GONNA DO, WHEN MUSCHAMP MANIA RUNS WILD ON YOU?" Come on, it's not hard to imagine him hulking up, and not gonna lie, think he would do a fine job in a remake of "No Holds Barred."

Finishing move
Longhorn eye gauge, followed by a Gator Chop to the head. Then a pin and the death stare into the camera.

Previously on Doc Five
No. 5: Bret Bielema

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