Everybody loves a cheap pop. It is a technique that has been used for years in the wrestling business to gain the crowd's respect and to hear their voices. Cheap pops can range from simply saying the city a wrestler is in during a promo or by wearing their top team's jersey. It is the easiest way to get a crowd to react, whether it is funny, serious or something, well, cheap. One of the kings of cheap pops is Mick Foley. In fact, a documentary was made by World Wrestling Entertainment dubbed, Mick Foley: Hard Knocks & Cheap Pops. The style at which it is done can take many different forms. Guys like Chris Jericho or Triple H just had a way of working the crowd. Often, it didn't take a cheap pop to gain recognition from the hometown fans. CM Punk rarely said a city's name. The crowd naturally loved him. Onwards, the next 11 men or situations are considered the 11 cheapest pops of all-time according to this list. The first person is known for saying only one word, but it is one of the most recognized words in the wrestling language.