For years Rusev has worked hard to make a name for himself in WWE, and it appears that he’s riding a serious wave of momentum at the moment. Everywhere he goes fans are chanting for “Rusev Day” and the enthusiasm for this holiday simply can’t be denied.
Even though Rusev Day may be relatively new to the WWE Universe, some huge things have happened on this important day that will no doubt be included in history books around the world moving forward.
Rusev Day is all the rage right now, but in order to truly understand Rusev Day, you must first educate yourself about this sacred day, which is why we’re providing these 7 facts that you need to know.
#7 – Many Famous World Leaders Were Born On Rusev Day
Not everyone can be born on a special day, but it turns out that many of the most famous leaders in the world were born on Rusev Day.
George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Julius Caesar, Alexander The Great and more were all born on Rusev Day.
The list goes on and on.
#6 – Schools Around The World Are Planning To Use Rusev Day Shirts As School Uniforms
It’s no big secret that this holiday has taken off, and Rusev Day shirts are reportedly selling very well at the moment.
Of course it’s not hard to see why wrestling fans would want to wear a shirt to honor this holiday, but there’s another interesting reason behind the increase in sales as of late.
It was recently reported that several countries around the world have confirmed that they’ve been purchasing the shirts in bulk, as current plans call for them to be integrated into school systems where they will be used as uniforms.
These countries have not been confirmed due to non-disclosure agreements which have been signed, but it’s safe to say that the school system will be changed forever in the years to come.
#5 – Rusev Day Is Celebrated By Every Country In The World
There are many holidays that take place all over the world as every country has their own traditions. Not every holiday is celebrated worldwide, but Rusev Day is an exception.
Rusev Day is only of those special holidays which transcends cultures, hence why every country in the world chooses to celebrate this special day.
#4 – Pineapple On Pizza Is Forbidden On Rusev Day
Certain holidays come with ancient traditions which must not be violated, and the sacred rules of Rusev Day state that no one shall eat pineapple on pizza during Rusev Day.
Punishment to abide by this tradition results in offenders having to watch John Cena vs. The Miz at WrestleMania 27 for six hours straight, or until their pineapple cravings are eliminated forever.
#3 – WrestleMania Falls On Rusev Day This Year
WrestleMania season is a special time of year for fans as it means that each passing day brings us closer and closer to WrestleMania 34.
This year WrestleMania will take place in April, and WrestleMania 34 is expected to be extra special.
Some fans might not have connected the dots while looking at their calendars, but it is a well known fact that this year’s event will be extra special because it will take place on Rusev Day.
#2 – Rusev And Lana Were Married On Rusev Day
Rusev and Lana were married in 2016, and they took part in two separate wedding ceremonies, one of which took place in the United States, and another ceremony which took place in Bulgaria.
Most fans know that Rusev and Lana were married but what fans don’t know is that they managed to make history with their union, as their two different ceremonies which took place on two different continents both happened on Rusev Day.
#1 – In Bulgaria Rusev Day Is Known As Hero Day
In the United States of America and many other counties around the world this sacred day is known as Rusev Day, but in Bulgaria it’s known as Hero Day.
This one doesn’t need much explanation, as Rusev is considered a hero in his home country, not just the hero Bulgaria needs, but also the hero it deserves.
Disclaimer: To the best of our knowledge, none of these facts are true. Happy Rusev Day.