Similar to what the first pro wrestlers wore and more modest than the "speedos"-style of ring gear are these body-hugging square cuts.
|Desmond Wolfe (?)|
Singlets are typically worn in amateur competitions; a singlet covers up a big part of the wrestler's upper body, but still provides a teasing glimpse of chest and upper back muscle.
Long form-fitting tights are another popular choice for wrestlers who want more coverage.
|Claudio Castagnoli (circa 2008)|
Then there are the hybrid trunks/tights. My take on this unusual type of gear is: "Make up your mind. What are you? Trunks or tights?"
Some wrestlers like to wear regular clothes like jeans or camouflage pants in the ring.
|Unidentified French Wrestler|
Then there's the tanktop-and-tights combination.
And finally, there's ring gear that covers up the wrestler from head to toe (oh c'mon guys, if you've got it, flaunt it!).
So which of the looks shown here is your favorite?