The Undertaker's real name is Mark Calaway, and he holds an impressive WrestleMania record of 25 wins and only 2 losses.
Shawn Michaels, known as "The Heartbreak Kid," actually retired in 1998 due to a back injury but made a remarkable comeback in 2002.
Trish Stratus, a former fitness model, started her WWE career as a valet and went on to become a record-setting seven-time Women's Champion.
Hulk Hogan, one of the most iconic wrestlers of all time, actually began his career as a musician before transitioning into wrestling.
Bret Hart, known as "The Hitman," comes from a legendary wrestling family, including his father Stu Hart and several siblings who also became wrestlers.
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin's famous catchphrase, "Austin 3:16," originated from a spontaneous promo he delivered after winning the 1996 King of the Ring tournament.
The Rock, also known as Dwayne Johnson, is a third-generation wrestler. His grandfather, Peter Maivia, and his father, Rocky Johnson, were both professional wrestlers.
John Cena, aside from his wrestling career, has also ventured into acting and has starred in several Hollywood movies, such as "Trainwreck" and "Bumblebee."
Ric Flair, known for his flamboyant personality, has held a record 16 World Championship titles throughout his illustrious career.
Triple H, also known as "The Game," is not only a successful wrestler but also holds a powerful role behind the scenes as the Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events, and Creative for WWE.