back to top

Here's What Your Favorite Childhood Pro Wrestlers Are Doing Today

Politicians, firefighters, rock stars, and more... they've done it all.

Posted on

Mankind

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.

Advertisement

The Godfather

During the Attitude Era, The Godfather played the role of a "pimp." Since retiring, he's made a few television appearances, including the 2013 Royal Rumble. Most of his recent success though has come from managing a gentlemen's club in Las Vegas... seriously.

The Rock

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson joined the Hollywood scene with his breakout roll in The Scorpion King in 2002. Since pursuing acting full-time in the mid-2000s, he has wrestled part time, even holding the WWE Championship, and main eventing back to back WrestleManias in 2012 and 2013.

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.

Advertisement

Stone Cold Steve Austin

Since retiring in 2004, Stone Cold has made sporadic television appearances, along with starring in various WWE films. He currently splits his time between Los Angeles and the "Broken Skull Ranch" in Texas, and hosts his own successful podcast.

The New Age Outlaws

Known for their grand self-introduction, the duo has since been regularly appearing on television again after its early 2000s split. The team even went on to win the WWE Tag Team Championship earlier this year at the Royal Rumble.

Shawn Michaels

Since retiring in 2011, the "Heartbreak Kid" currently resides in San Antonio, Texas, and is a born-again Christian. He is known to teach Bible studies and has even been featured on a religious broadcast network with fellow wrestler Sting.

The Undertaker

Although he only wrestles a few weeks out of the year, the "Dead Man" currently holds an amazing 21-0 record at WrestleMania. Outside the ring, he is an avid MMA fan, and even had a public confrontation with this year's WrestleMania opponent, Brock Lesnar, at one of his fights.

Advertisement

'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.

Paul Bearer

The Undertaker's longtime manager, Paul Bearer, made regular appearances during the 1990s and made sporadic appearances with Kane and The Undertaker during the 2000s. The future hall of famer tragically died in 2013, but left a lasting legacy on the entire company.

Advertisement

Sable

One of the most popular women's stars of all-time, Sable was the second Women's Champion after the title was reinstated in the company in the late '90s. Outside of the ring, she has graced the cover of Playboy three times and is currently married to UFC and WWE star Brock Lesnar.

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.

Hulk Hogan

Since a fallout with McMahon and the WWE, Hogan competed with TNA, until this year when he made a triumphant return to "Monday Night Raw" to announce that he will be the host of WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans. Outside the ring, he starred in his own reality TV show for four seasons.

Every. Tasty. Video. EVER. The new Tasty app is here!

Dismiss