The “Big Red Machine” is still very active in the WWE, appearing on TV weekly. Outside the ring, Glenn Jacobs is active within the Tennessee Libertarian party and keeps an active political blog.
Mick Foley, otherwise known as Mankind, Dude Love, and Cactus Jack, retired from the WWE in 2008, but has made sporadic television and media appearances since. Outside of wrestling, Foley is an established author and member of the New York Times’ Best Seller list, along with touring his stand-up comedy show.
8. Triple H
Paul Levesque (aka Triple H) has worked his way up the ranks in WWE’s corporate world and is now the Executive Vice President of Talent and Live Events. He is married to (WWE Owner) Vince McMahon’s daughter, Stephanie, and together they have three daughters.
14. ‘Razor Ramon’ Scott Hall
Once a main-eventer and founding member of the popular NWO faction, Hall suffered from drug and alcohol problems through most of his career. He has since recovered, with the help of longtime friend and fellow wrestler DDP. His son, Cody (pictured above), is currently pursuing a career in the wrestling business.
After a 10-year absence, the controversial Goldust character made a return to the WWE to team with his brother, Cody Rhodes. The duo went on to win the WWE Tag Team Championship, marking the first time he has held that title.
Member of D-Generation X and the NWO, X-Pac departed from the company in 2002. He has continued to wrestle the indie circuits, even suffering a freak accident in 2013 when he tore his anus during a match.
21. The Ultimate Warrior
He only held the World Title once, when he pinned Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania VI, but is arguably the most gifted physical specimen the company has ever seen. Since retiring, he’s been involved in numerous court cases concerning his trademark “Warrior” name and likeness. In 2014, the Ultimate Warrior will become a member of the WWE Hall of Fame.
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