Go back 15 years and you would find most of the adults and children excitedly waiting, ecstatically watching and anxiously talking about their favorite WWE/WWF stars. Though things have changed tremendously over the years but the golden age of these stars can never be forgotten. Let us take a look at five of the most famous and internationally acclaimed popular WWE/WWF stars who have left a legacy behind them and their names sprung up in mind every time wrestling is talked about.
Terry Gene Bollea is known and is celebrated in the wrestling world as Hulk Hogn. He made his WWF debut in 1979 with his iconic win against Andre the Giant and that’s how HULKAMANIA started. His signature moves include big boot, atomic drop, and body slams.
Ultimate Warrior is an American professional wrestler. His real name is James Brian Hellwig but his fans and admirers know him more by his ring name. He was a 2-time WWF International Champion and died at the age of 54. He is most famous for atomic drop, leaping shoulder block, multiple clotheslines, and gorilla press drop moves.
Mark William Calaway is famous in the world with his ring name ‘The Undertaker’. He made his debut in wrestling world in 1990 with his gimmick being horror-themed. He is most famous for The Streak in which he unprecedentedly won 21 times successively at WWE’s pay-per-view. His signature moves are last ride, chokeslam, and tombstone piledriver.
Stone Cold Steve Austin is considered as one of the hottest brands of wrestling in late 1990s. He is also called the most profitable wrestler in the history of WWF/WWE. He is famous for his beer smash style and whippersnapper, back body drop, and knife-edged chop.
Bret Hart was one of the most favorite wrestlers of late 1990s kids, and was more renowned by his ring name ‘Hit man’. He was born in July of 1957 and held championships for four decades starting from 1970 to 2010. His signature moves are bull dog, clothesline, and drop kick.