If you watched wrestling in the 90’s

Growing up in the 90’s, the means of entertainment were very limited. Then the watching of VHS wrestling tapes presented itself. We took it , but I was not prepared for the terror felt at the mere sight of the Undertaker ! He dared to come to the boxing ring with a coffin and woe be the Man that ends up in it after a match. The ultimate Warrior and Hulk Hogan were the positive vibes guy and their entrance got me out of my seat jumping like a kid in a candy store.

Here is a list of some well known names from back then, most of them have long left the ring , some long dead. However you can still read a bit about them and see what they look like  years after the  game.

The Undertaker

Mark William Calaway made waves in the wrestling world under the name the Undertaker. He continues to compete in matches every now and then as a free agent. In the past, he won 17 titles and had been one of the most feared people in the industry. Wrestling aside, he has also gone into real estate! At the moment, he and his wife get to work with animals through the fund that they set up for this passion.

Kane

You might not recognize the name Glenn Thomas Jacobs, but you probably know Kane. Well, he is one of the most popular wrestlers in history. Did you know that he has also been an actor, politician, and businessman? He starred in See No Evil, which is a great place to watch him as an actor. In 2018, he also entered politics and won the mayoral seat of Knox County in the same year.

The Rock

See his beautiful smile, and dude has still not lost it, especially when he acts in a comedy. We are sure that you are familiar with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. You do not even have to be a fan of wrestling to know who he is! His acting career has even eclipsed his time in the ring. Times magazine once called him one of the most influential people in the world. Aside from being talented and good-looking, he is also charitable. He even started a foundation that helps children with terminal illnesses.

Hulk Hogan


You might also know Hulk Hogan even if you are not the biggest wrestling fan. Born Terre Gene Bollea, he has left a legacy on the industry. Outside of it, he has also worked as a TV personality, entrepreneur, musician, and actor. It is impressive to see how much he has achieved! Did you know that he has his own nutritional website and energy drink? In 2007, he hit a rough patch while going through a pasdivorce and losing nearly everything he owns. We are glad that he has managed to bounce back from then.

The Ultimate Warrior

James Brian Hellwig, who went by the name the Ultimate Warrior or Dingo Warrior, was adored by his fans. He loved wrestling so much that he legally changed his name to Warrior in 1993! There was a time when people claimed that he has passed away and was being impersonated by a different fighter. However, the truth was that he passed away from a heart attack at the age of 54 in 2014.

Macho Man

We do not think that it is possible to be unfamiliar with Macho Man Randy Savage! He enjoyed a career that went on for more than 32 years. He has also claimed 29 world titles. In the past, he has appeared in Baywatch, Spider-Man, and Ready to Rumble. In 2011, he died while on the road. People eventually found out that he had a heart condition, which led to his death

Chyna

Back in the ‘90s, Joan Marie Laurer made it big under the ring name Chyna. She was the first popular female wrestler! She deserves credit for paving the way for other women in the industry. The talented wrestler deserved the accolades and awards that she has received in the past. Apart from wrestling, she also started writing and released an autobiography. In 2016, however, she died after a drug overdose. RIP.

The Coach

Jonathan Coachman, also known as the Coach, no longer appears inside the ring, but he is still active in the industry.  Once a fine Man, now a finer man , black don’t crack. This time, he serves as the color commentator of the Raw brand. In 2018, he resigned from WWE and has made fans wonder whether he will return. He is now happily married and has two kids.

Yokozuna

Next, we have the first Samoan wrestler! Rodney Agatupa Anoa’i is better known as Yokozuna among wrestling fans. Did you know that he was the only one of Samoan descent to win the WWF World Heavyweight Championship? In 2000, his dead body was discovered in his hotel room after a tour at the age of 34. His cause of death was thought to be a heart attack, but it was pulmonary edema.

Jacqueline

Jacqueline DeLois Moore a wrestler, but she is a wrestling manager as well.  She is not only beautiful but among the only  three women to bag the Cruiserweight Championship, and she is one of them. Over the years, she has worked in movies, video games, and TV shows. She was a trainer in an MTV series called Tough Times. We are blown away when we realized that she is now in her 60s and still looks like that.

Shawn Michaels

Born Michael Shawn Hickenbottom, Shawn Michaels is a champion wrestler who is a familiar face on TV. Aside from acting, he also worked as a TV presenter! He is the main ambassador of WWE and the host of Shawn Michaels’ River Adventures. Over the years, he has been married twice! The most recent one would be his marriage to Rebecca. The two of them tied the knot in 1999 and have two kids.