Wrestling has evolved as one of the most famous entertainment and sporting activity. There are some wrestlers that have garnered mainstream popularity. This is a list of the performers that have taken their wrestling fame and become part of popular culture.

Here I have compiled some of the most famous wrestlers of all time. I hope you will like it.

Hulk Hogan


When people think of wrestling, they automatically think of Hulk Hogan. He was responsible for the wrestling booms of the ’80s and ’90s. He has had mainstream success as a movie and television star.

The Rock


In his relatively short career, the Rock quickly became an icon of the industry and his wrestling success has translated into a very successful movie career.

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin



Steve Austin’s blue collar wrestling persona captivated the wrestling fans and the world. His Austin 3:16 shirt is the best selling shirt in wrestling history.

Andre the Giant


Andre the Giant was known as the 8th World Wonder due to both the size of his body and his charisma. His role in The Princess Bride was the first time a wrestler captivated a movie audience.

Undertaker


Undertaker is undoubtedly one of the most famous wrestlers of the world wrestling entertainment. He has 17 consecutive wins in wrestle mania.

Mick Foley

Mick Foley was one of the superstars of the late ’90s wrestling boom. Unlike the other wrestlers that set their sights on Hollywood, Foley has become a successful author and has two #1 best-selling books on his resume.

Roddy Piper


Roddy Piper was the bad guy everyone paid to see get beaten up by Hulk Hogan. Piper retired at the top of his game and starred in the classic sci-fi thriller They Live.

Ric Flair

Unlike the other people on this list, Flair never sought his fame from anywhere else but the wrestling ring. As a main eventer for over a quarter of a century, anyone that has any knowledge of wrestling has come across his name.

Goldberg


Like the Rock, Goldberg’s became an icon in the sport despite a relatively short career. This former Atlanta Falcon has become a movie and television star.

Randy Savage


The Macho Man was a top star in the wrestling world in the ’80s and ’90s. With the late Miss Elizabeth at his side, he captivated wrestling fans and had to carry the WWF for a period in the ’80s when Hulk started his movie career. The Macho Man has found fame outside the ring and his most notable movie role was in Spider-Man.

Published By Ahsan Mukhtar

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8 Responses to 10 Most Famous Wrestlers of all Time

  1. Waisybabu says:

    Mick Foley released books!? THE Mankind is a writer?

    And here I was thinking that wrestlers only had brawn…

    But yes, Hulk Hogan is definitely number one. Even my grandmother knows of him.

  2. Waisybabu says:

    Mick Foley released books!? THE Mankind is a writer?

    And here I was thinking that wrestlers only had brawn…

    But yes, Hulk Hogan is definitely number one. Even my grandmother knows of him.

  3. Byrob Payne says:

    I have watched Wrestling since I was 10 years old and I am now 44. I think a masked wrestler named Mr. Wrestling #2 should have been in this list. What ever happened to him? You never hear of him anymore.

  4. Byrob Payne says:

    I have watched Wrestling since I was 10 years old and I am now 44. I think a masked wrestler named Mr. Wrestling #2 should have been in this list. What ever happened to him? You never hear of him anymore.

  5. Nick says:

    WHERE ARE SHAWN MICHAELS OR BRET HART!!?!?!!?!??!!??!

  6. Nick says:

    WHERE ARE SHAWN MICHAELS OR BRET HART!!?!?!!?!??!!??!

  7. renee says:

    i love macho man randy savage !

  8. renee says:

    i love macho man randy savage !

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