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Wrestler Profiles

Profiles of the most famous wrestlers of yesterday and today

AJ Styles
AJ Styles appeared in the first televised match in TNA history and has been one of their top stars ever since.

Alberto Del Rio
Before becoming a WWE Champion, he was known as Dos Caras Junior in the world of lucha libre.

America's Most Wanted
Chris Harris & James Storm formed one of the top tag teams during the early days of TNA Wrestling.

Andre the Giant
"The Eighth World Wonder" was one of the biggest stars in wrestling during the '70s and '80s.

Ashley Massaro
Ashley Massaro was the winner of the 2005 WWE Diva Search Contest.

Batista
Batista won six world championships during his career.

Bill Goldberg
Bill Goldberg played for the Atlanta Falcons before beginning his pro wrestling career with an undefeated streak which included winning the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.

Profile of Michelle McCool
Biography of Michelle McCool

Bobby Lashley
Bobby Lashley is most famous inside of the wrestling ring for being the man that fought to keep Donald Trump's hair. After leaving wrestling, he joined the world of MMA.

Booker T
Booker T is a five-time WCW World Champion and a former World Heavyweight Champion for the WWE.

Bret "The Hitman" Hart
Bret "The Hitman" Hart was one of the biggest stars in the WWE prior to the start of the Attitude Era.

Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar went on to become the UFC Heavyweight Champion after retiring from wrestling.

Bruno Sammartino
"The Living Legend" Bruno Sammartino has held the WWE Championship longer than any other wrestler has.

Candice Michelle
Outside of the ring, Candice is most famous for appearing in a controversial Go Daddy.com advertisement.

Captain Lou Albano
Captain Lou Albano started the Rock-n-Wrestling connection when he appeared in Cyndi Lauper's ,music video for Girls Just Want To Have Fun.

Chief Jay Strongbow and Billy White Wolf
These two men won the tag team championship in 1976. Chief Jay went on to regain the titles with his nephew Jules while Billy became known as Sheik Adnan whose stable of wrestlers terrorized the AWA.

Chris Benoit
Chris Benoit is infamous for murdering his wife and child before killing himself.

Chris Jericho
In addition to being the only man to beat The Rock and Steve Austin on the same night, Chris Jericho has found fame outside of the ring as both a rock star and celebrity dancer.

Christy Hemme
Christy Hemme was the winner of the 2004 WWE Diva Search contest and went on to appear on the cover of Playboy.

Christian
Originally known for his tag team success with Edge, Christian has gone on to become the World Champion in both TNA and WWE.

Chyna
Chyna was known as the 9th Wonder of the World and became the first-ever female Intercontinental Champion. After leaving wrestling, she appeared on Celebrity Rehab.

Dallas Page
Dallas Page is a three-time WCW World Champion.

Profile of Dolph Ziggler
Dolph Ziggler has wrestled portrayed three different characters while in the WWE.

Profile of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes
Dusty is a three-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion

Earthquake
Earthquake was a former sumo wrestler that is most famous for squashing Jake Roberts' pet snake, Damien.

Eddie Guerrero
"Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero beat his personal demons and became WWE Champion.

Edge
"The Ultimate Opportunist" is an 11-time World Champion.

Jake "The Snake" Roberts
After pinning his opponents with the dreaded DDT, Jake would drape his pet snake over their unconscious bodies.

Hulk Hogan
The Hulkster took wrestling to another level in the '80s as a good guy and jump started the business again in the '90s as a bad guy.

Jeff Jarrett
Jeff Jarrett is one of the founders of TNA Wrestling.

Jerry Lawler
WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler first came to the attention of the mainstream media when he feuded with comedian Andy Kaufman.

Jesse Ventura
After retiring from wrestling, Jesse Ventura became the Governor of Minnesota.

John Cena
John Cena has been the biggest star in the WWE since 2005.

Jim Duggan
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Duggan was the winner of the first Royal Rumble match.

Superfly Jimmy Snuka Biography

Jimmy Hart
"The Mouth of the South" was one of the main managers in the WWE during the '80s and was known for carrying a megaphone to the ring.

Kane
The Undertaker's little brother has been both his biggest rival and ally on multiple occasions.

Juventud Guerrera
Juventud Guerrera won the cruiserweight championship in both the WWE and WCW.

Kelly Kelly
Kelly Kelly is the most popular Diva of the new decade.

Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle is the only Olympic Gold medalist to have competed for the WWE.

Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch
These two men won the World Tag Team Championship on three separate occasions.

Linda McMahon
After resigning as the CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment, Linda McMahon ran for the US Senate.

Maria Kanellis
After leaving the world of wrestling, Maria Kanellis became a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice.

Miss Elizabeth
Miss Elizabeth was really married to Randy Savage when the two married at SummerSlam '91.

Profile of Doink the Clown
Matt Borne went by several names during his career including Big Josh and Doink the Clown.

Maven
Maven was one of the winners of WWE Tough Enough Season 1.

Mick Foley
Mick Foley also wrestled as Dude Love, Mankind, and Cactus Jack while in the WWE. He wrestled as all three characters in one Royal Rumble match.

MNM - Joey Mercury, Johnny Nitro, and Melina
MNM won the WWE Tag Team Championship on three occasions. Johnny Nitro is now known as John Morrison.

Nancy Benoit (Woman)
Woman was a valet in the WCW and ECW. Sadly, she is most famous for being murdered by her husband, Chris Benoit.

new World order
The new World order was a group founded in 1996 by Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash which declared war on WCW.

Randy Orton
Randy Orton is a third-generation superstar that became the first in his family to win the WWE Championship.

Owen Hart
Sadly, Owen Hart is most famous for the tragic accident which cost him his life during a WWE PPV in 1999.

Paul Bearer
Paul Bearer was the second manager of Undertaker in WWE and the father of Undertaker's half-brother, Kane.

Paul Heyman Biography
Paul Heyman was the owner of Extreme Championship Wrestling

Randy Savage
Randy Savage is one of the most iconic figures in wrestling history. All six of his World Championship title reigns were ended by either Ric Flair or Hulk Hogan.

Rey Mysterio
Rey Mysterio is the most popular and successful masked wrestler in WWE history.

Rhino
Rhino was the ECW Champion when the original ECW went out of business.

Ric Flair
"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair is one of the most successful wrestlers of all-time. The WWE Hall of Famer is a 16-time World Champion.

Road Warrior Animal & Heidenreich
After the death of his long-time tag team partner Hawk, Animal won tag team gold with Heidenreich.

Rob Van Dam
RVD was one of the top stars of the original ECW.

Sherri Martel
WWE Hall of Famer Sherri Martel held championships in the AWA and WWE. She also managed several famous wrestlers including Randy Savage, Shawn Michaels, and Ted DiBiase.

Roddy Piper
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper was the villain everyone wanted to see Hulk Hogan beat up during the Rock-n-Wrestling era.

Shawn Michaels
Shawn Michaels was voted the number one WWE Superstar of All-Time on a recent WWE DVD.

Sable
In 1999, Sable became the first person to appear on the cover of three different magazines published by Playboy in the same calendar year.

Sir Oliver Humperdink
Sir Oliver Humperdink managed Bam Bam Bigelow during his stint with the WWE.

Stacy Keibler
After leaving the WWE, Stacy Keibler found fame as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars and for dating George Clooney.

Steve Austin
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin was one of the biggest stars during the Attitude Era and his feud with Vince McMahon helped the WWE turn the tide in their war against WCW.

Sting
Sting is the biggest star of the modern era to have never wrestled for Vince McMahon.

Sunny
WWE Hall of Famer Sunny is considered by many to be the first Diva in WWE History. At one time, she was the most downloaded person on AOL.

The Four Horsemen
The Four Horsemen were a stable formed by Ric Flair in the '80s which dominated the NWA.

The Hardy Boyz - Matt & Jeff Hardy
Matt and Jeff Hardy have found tremendous success as both singles and tag team stars. Unfortunately, they have both been in trouble with the law outside of the ring.

The Hart Foundation
The Hart Foundation was formed in the '80s as a successful tag team. The group reformed as a giant stable in the '90s intent on showing the wrestling world the power of the Hart family name.

The Nasty Boys
Brian Knobs and Jerry Saggs won tag team gold in the WWE and WCW.

The Naturals
The Naturals won the NWA Tag Team Champions in 2005 with the aid of their manager Chris Candido. Tragically, Chris passed away a few days before that match aired on television.

The Rock
The Rock has gone from being "The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment" to major Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson.

Torrie Wilson
Torrie Wilson got her start in WCW and came over to the WWE in the puchase of that company. Since leaving wrestling, she appeared on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

Triple H
Triple H is the son-in-law of Vince McMahon.

Trish Stratus
Trish Stratus was a seven-time Women's Championship and retired as champion.

Ultimate Warrior
At WrestleMania VI, he beat Hulk Hogan to win the WWE Championship. The following year at WrestleMania VII, he forced Randy Savage to retire.

Undertaker
The Undertaker has been a dominant force in the WWE for over two decades and is undefeated at WrestleMania.

William Regal
William Regal was known as Steven Regal while working for WCW.

Vince McMahon
Mr. McMahon transformed the WWE from a regional wrestling promotion into the most powerful wrestling company during the '80s.

Vince Russo
Vince Russo is one of the most controversial figures in pro wrestling. He has been the head writer for the WWE, WCW, and TNA.

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