Famouse WWE Stars, Where are They Now

Fans all over the world are still eager to find out what their favorite wrestlers are up to. So, without further ado, it’s time to return to the world of WWE and take a sneak peek into the lives of current and retired wrestlers.

Ric Flair

If you are a WWE fan, then there’s no way you haven’t heard of Ric Flair. With a career that spanned four decades, Ric Flair is one of the most recognizable names in WWE. With over 16 world championship reigns, his legacy is deeply ingrained in the history of WWE. Sadly, his personal life was greatly affected by the death of his son due to a heroin overdose in 2013. But luckily, Ric Flair has recovered from this tragedy and is now a professional wrestling manager.

Rey Mysterio

Rey Mysterio has won numerous titles, such as the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, WWE Championship, and World Heavyweight Championship. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Rey is still an active wrestler to this day. Additionally, he occasionally takes part in Lucha Underground and independent shows.

Mr. McMahon

Besides his wrestling ventures, he is also the founder of Alpha Entertainment, which is a successful sports and entertainment enterprise. But that’s not all for Vincent McMahon, as he is also a prolific actor and film producer. As a result of all his business and entertainment ventures, he now has a stunning $2 billion net worth, making him one of the richest WWE personalities.

The Rock

He retired from wrestling in 2019 and is now known as a successful actor and entertainer. Not only that, but he is also the founder of the Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation, which helps ill children all across the globe. So, it’s safe to say that the Rock is more relevant than ever, especially thanks to his charming personality and impressive physique.

The Great Khali

after almost 15 years of wrestling, he retired in 2014 to start his own school, called Continental Wrestling Entertainment. Yet, his retirement didn’t last long, as he was back in the ring in 2017, helping Jinder Mahal in the Battleground. Besides wrestling, the Great Khali is also a television personality in both the United States and India.

Mick Foley

In 2012, Michael Francis decided to leave wrestling behind and pursue an acting career. As a result, he appeared in multiple movies, TV shows, and even radio shows. Nowadays, he spends most of his time doing charity work for children while also taking care of his four kids.

Randy Orton

 He and his then-wife, Samantha Speno, got a divorce in 2013. Yet, it seems like Randy Orton has been slowly putting his personal life back together, as he married Kimberly Kessler in 2015. And while he is still an active wrestler, he also tried his luck on the silver screen with shows such as Deal or No Deal and That’s What I Am.

The Undertaker

he retired in 2020 after thirty years of wrestling in order to pursue a real estate career. When it comes to his personal life, the Undertaker has stated in multiple interviews that he shares a love for animals with his wife. That’s why he created a fund to save animals by paying for life-saving treatments.

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