Wrestling fans can't seem to get enough of them.
These days, the Crazy Chick of the Moment is WWE's AJ Lee, currently playing a Game of Thrones with CM Punk and Daniel Bryan, manipulating the two of them for reasons unfathomable, at this point.
If AJ ever had a motivation beyond "get attention", it was lost a long time ago, as this angle involving her, Punk, Bryan, Kane, and now apparently, Eve, as well, continues to go... wherever it's going.
Before AJ, though, there's always been some form of Crazy Chick running around in pro wrestling, and today, I'm going to talk about a few of my favorites, starting with...
In a lot of ways, Daffney's sort of my first love, in wrestling.
She was the first woman I ever took a real interest in as a character on TV.
She initially debuted in WCW in 1999 as the overly-obsessed fan who had won a Nitro Party contest by sending in a video talking about how much she loved David Flair.
Flair, at the time, was a wondering psychopath who would attack people with crowbars.
Soon, the two would hook up, eventually crossing paths with Devon Storm, who would go by the name "Crowbar", leading to Flair and Crowbar as a tag team.
Her constantly changing hair, her piercing scream, and just the fact that she seemed so willing to participate in the ring intrigued me.
Unfortunately, she was absolutely horrible in the ring during her WCW run, having virtually no real training outside of sessions with Madusa as part of Vince Russo's initiative that all the girls under contract had to learn how to wrestle.
Fortunately, Daffney got better over time, eventually earning her way onto the SHIMMER roster, forming an alliance with fellow screamer, MsChif, known as the Scream Queens.
After working the Independents for a few years, as well as a short-lived run in WWE's Developmental System, she returned to TV with TNA, initially as a Sarah Palin impersonator, used to humiliate the Beautiful People.
Once Angelina Love and Velvet Sky exacted their revenge on the so-called "Govenor", Daffney's true colors shined, once again, as our lovely little psychopath sought the comfort of Dr. Stevie Richards while looking to get revenge on Taylor Wilde, the woman who had convinced Daffney to trick the Beautiful People in the first place.
Over the course of the next year, Daffney would continue to compete in TNA, sustaining some rather severe injuries under their watch which may have, in fact, ended her in-ring career.
Her legacy, though, is pretty impressive, when you really think about it.
Outside of a side-gig under the Shark Girl mask, Daffney has essentially played the same character and gimmick throughout her career, through every major company in wrestling in that time.
The name may not have always been the same, but the crazy-ass screaming goth chick remained through WCW, TNA, ROH, SHIMMER, WSU, XPW, and even WWE.
Seriously, just watch this.
Scary, isn't it?
This, folks, is Luna Vachon, one of the craziest, sickest freaks you'll ever see in wrestling.
In a lot of ways, Luna is like the Legion of Doom, in the sense that she essentially became the stereotype non-wrestling fans think of when they hear the term "woman wrestler".
Well, either that, or they think of the topless girls who wrestle in jello.
Anyway, Luna's reign of terror throughout the WWF in the 1990s, either on the arm of Shawn Michaels, at the side of Bam Bam Bigelow, or attempting to make Sable's life a living hell, is hard to forget.
For me, personally, it was the few years Luna spent as, essentially, one of the women WWE hired in order to make it look like Sable could wrestle.
No, seriously, that was her job - go out and make Sable look good in the ring.
And she did, every single time.
People still don't give Luna Vachon or Jackie Moore enough credit for what they were able to pull off with Sable, and if you don't believe me, just watch Sable at WrestleMania XX, teaming with Torrie Wilson against Jackie Gayda and Stacy Keibler.
If there was ever a match that NEEDED a Jackie Moore or a Luna Vachon, that was it, right there.
She kissed Trish Stratus.
Seriously, how many of us would have killed to be Mickie James in 2006?
Debuting as the repressed lesbian fangirl of Trish Stratus, Mickie's stalker tendencies grew over a series of months, culminating in a match at WrestleMania that people would still be talking about today, had Mick not botched the finish.
In case you don't know, the finish was supposed to be Mick hitting Trish with the Stratusfaction for the pin.
Mick's not able to spring off the top rope, though, and they're forced to end the match with a pitiful attempt at a Chick Kick.
Unfortunately, botching finishes would become a trend for Mickie James, as she ultimately decides to utilize a jumping DDT that, to this day, only seems to have a 50% success rate.
Oh, and she eventually becomes Generic Babyface #57 once her feud with Trish ends, and Lita becomes the "Evil Slut" all thanks to one Matthew Hardy and his inability to keep his private life private.
Believe it or not, Mick actually spent her early years on Trish's end of the Stalker relationship.
In the early days of ROH, Allison Danger was cast as the lesbian hanger-on of controversial Christopher Street Connection, a tag team of legitimately gay men playing off the homophobic fears of wrestling fans.
Allison, for whatever reason, had a crush on Alexis Laree (Mickie James), and would go to great lengths to get with her.
Oh, but that's not all!
Once the Prophecy, led by Christopher Daniels, starts having issues with one Steve Corino, guess who Daniels forcibly converts to his "religion"?
Steve's very own sister, Allison Danger.
Danger spends the next year or so as Daniels' valet, constantly by the side of her Savior and his proteges, Dan Maff and BJ Whitimer.
When Daniels is forced by TNA to leave ROH, Maff and Whitimer decide to break off on their own, to the objection of Allison Danger, who loses even more of her mind and begins obsessively stalking Maff and Whitimer, claiming they've betrayed the Prophecy, sending various other tag teams after them.
Eventually, Maff and Whitimer earn their freedom, while Danger moved on to SHIMMER, and, unfortunately, sanity.
Allison Danger, being sane, with Sara Del Rey
That is, until Portia Perez attempted to attack Danger while she was pregnant.
Then sh*t was ON, let me tell you!
Danger and Perez feuded for nearly 3 years in SHIMMER before Danger was finally able to put the issue to rest, defeating Portia in a Last Woman Standing Match on SHIMMER Volume 30.
Allison, only weeks removed from giving birth, having a nice chat with her pal, Portia.
Fortunately, these days, Allison Danger continues to keep close to her crazy roots by teaming with a girl who dresses like Superheroes for a living...
Yes, even Captain America can be sexy! God Bless Leva Bates!