WWE’s last megastar John Cena is your typical All-American media giant – he’s a fit, handsome and well-spoken good guy. Cena’s been in a whole bunch of blockbuster films, plus his rap skills have lent themselves well to a shockingly good solo LP.
Leati Joseph “Joe” Anoaʻi was born in May 25, 1985 into the legendary Samoan-American wrestling dynasty of the same name. His father is Leati “Sika” Anoaʻi, a member of the Wild Samoans team together with his brother Afa
Undertaker collects Harley-Davidson and West Coast Choppers motorcycles and purchased his first brand new motorcycle after defeating Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship at the 1991 Survivor Series PPV.
In a battle for the then-WWF Championship, Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant went head-to-head in what critics considered one of the greatest matches in professional wrestling history. Some people have claimed the record of 93,173 attendees.
One of the most bizarre matches ever seen in the WWE (well, ECW) was the Gulf of Mexico Match, February 2008. CM Punk and Chavo Guerrero fought one another out on the street in the middle of the night, and the winner could toss the other person into the water.
“The 8th Wonder of the World” has adorned graffiti art, t-shirts, and stickers. His larger than life persona was used to create onscreen magic in films such as The Princess Bride, Conan the Destroyer and Trading Mom.
In terms of finishing moves, Sweet Chin Music is one of the most well-known in the history of wrestling. The Showstopper and Sweet Chin Music go hand-in-hand, with HBK having put away opponents of all shapes and sizes with his patented superkick.
Kane burst on to the scene in 1997 after years of struggling to make a name for himself in independent circuits. It was only when he changed his character from Glenn Jacobs to Kane, Undertaker’s half-brother did he finally find success!