Top 10 Strongest Wrestlers in WWE History!

Strongest Wrestlers in WWE History News: Wrestling is a physical combat sport involving grappling techniques such as throws, clinch fighting, and pin-downs.

The sport was established in the 19th century and slowly grew among people from the US, Canada, Mexico, etc.

With time it became one of the most popular sports watched by millions worldwide.

1) The Rock:

Dwayne Johnson is an American professional wrestler born in Hayward, California, on May 2, 1972.

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His fighting style showcases how full of passion he is for wrestling.

HE IS A STAR PERFORMER who has seen success throughout his career.

Dwayne was born to a wrestling family. His grandfather and father were already in this world of sport.

2) Mark Henry:

Mark’s full name is Mark Jerrold Henry.

He is an American powerlifter and professional wrestler born in Texas, United States, on June 12, 1971.

Henry is known to be the world’s most muscular man in WWE.

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He has many records in his name for being the most muscular man.

Mark was so hard to pin down in the ring that top fights would finish before they even started.

He is an ex-Olympic weightlifter. 

3) Big Show:

Big Show’s real name is Paul Wight.

He is a former American professional wrestler born in South Carolina, United States, on February 8, 1972.

He was one of the first WWE superstars who gave WWE the limelight it has now.

His muscular body was the hype for many old wrestlers in the initial days.

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Only young fans of WWE would know the power of Big Show, and for what it’s worth, his presence alone meant a lot in the ring.

He had an impactful career overall.

4) Stone Cold Steve Austin:

Steven, an American professional wrestler, was born in Dallas on December 18, 1964, and started his career as a WWE wrestler in 1989.

Austin was the coolest amongst the lot.

His entry was so hyped amongst the youngsters that the crowd would go insane on his entrance.

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He joined WWF in 1995 and has seen success ever since he won Wrestlemania 12.

5) Brock Lesnar:

Lesnar was a popular one since day 1.

His full name is Brock Edward Lesnar, an American professional wrestler born in Webster, United States, on July 12, 1977.

He was Vince McMahon’s favorite, and he had been eyeing him for a long time to join WWE.

Lesnar was called The Beast INCARNATE and was given a character of an animal in the ring.

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His strength was seen in his fighting style; he was a former UFC Heavyweight champion.

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6) Randy Orton:

Randy’s real name is Randal Keith Orton.

He is an American professional wrestler turned actor born in Tennessee, United States, on April 1, 1980.

Randy joined WWE in 2002, among the fellow new bees, Cena, Lesnar, Batista, etc.

Orton was signed to Smackdown, where he won his first-ever showdown against Hardcore Holly.

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Raw later drafted him in 2002 end. His graph went up until he faced an injury and had to retire for months.

7) John Cena:

Cena’s full name is John Felix Anthony Cena.

He is an American professional wrestler turned actor born in Massachusetts, United States, on April 23, 1977.

Cena doesn’t look metal strong, but as they say, deception is a thing.

He was a hardcore fighter weighing 251lbs who swung the two, Big Show and the Edge, simultaneously at Wrestlemania 25.

Cena was a smiling man but was a competitive one.

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His charm did help him in gaining a female fan following, but his determination helped him gain fans all over.

8) Kane:

Kane’s real name is Glenn Thomas Jacobs.

He is a former American professional wrestler and a politician born in Spain on April 26, 1967.

Kane was a dark character showcased on WWE.

He had excellent strength and a muscular fit body to defeat anybody, but the showbiz runs differently.

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Instead, he was used by the company to portray a terrifying character to build up the thriller quotient.

If Lesnar was to be believed, he once said, ‘Kane is a Big Red Machine’ defeated him in arm wrestling.

9) The Undertaker:

The Undertaker’s real name is Mark William Calaway, an American former professional wrestler born in Texas, United States, On March 24, 1965.

The Undertaker may not be the most powerful on the list, but he was showcased as one in WWE.

His character was shown such for the build-up.

He has won against a lot of rock-solid wrestlers in his prime.

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Not to forget, he was the former world heavyweight champion.

10) The Hulk Hogan:

Hulk’s real name is Terry Eugene Bollea.

He is an American former professional wrestler born in Georgia, United States, on August 11, 1953.

Hogan has a muscular physique, even better than many other wrestlers in WWE.

He used to be the highlight for the Wrestlemanias he took part in.

Hogan was one of the most famous back in his time who slammed Andre, the more muscular wrestler of that time.

The Hulk is currently a 66-year-old man but is still willing to take on a challenge at the end of his career with a winning match.

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People also ask

Q: Who is the most muscular wrestler in the world?

A: With his rock-solid body, Brock Lesnar is said to be the most muscular wrestler in the world.

Q: Who is the best wrestler in the world?

A: Roman Reigns is the only wrestler who gave tough competition to Lesnar.

Q: Who is the number 1 wrestler in the history of WWE?

A: Steve Austin is known to be the best professional wrestler ever.

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