Debrah Ann Miceli, or Alundra Blayze, was the first woman in the history of professional wrestling to be named the Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Rookie of the year back in 1988.
She has a particular love for monster trucks and has been driving them for years. She retired as a wrestler and became an actress. You can watch her in movies like “Shootfighter II” and “Death Match.” She is actually still popular, and her wedding ceremony to her second husband, Alan Jonason, saw a broadcast over the internet and amassed a huge viewership.
Diamond Dallas Page
Net Worth: $10M
Semi-retired pro wrestler Dallas Page is another legend in the industry. He’s been in the game since 1988 when he started as a manager with the American Wrestling Association. Nearly a year later, he transferred to the WCW where he started training as an athlete. Page went on to become a four-time WCW World Tag Team Champion, a two-time United States Heavyweight Champion, a World Television Champion, a three-time World Heavyweight Champion, and the 4th Triple Crown Champion.
Page was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017 by Eric Bischoff. He still appears in a surprise match every now and then, as he did in 2015 at Royal Rumble. But for the most part, he’s busy with the Yoga fitness program that he developed, which has evolved into a video series called "Yoga for Regular Guys Workout." The wrestler also hosts his own podcast called DDP Radio.
Net Worth: $15M
Adam Joseph Copeland, more commonly known simply as Edge, is an actor and former wrestler from Canada. He got into pro wrestling in '92 and started with the WWE four years later, making just over $200 per week with no official contract. Copeland authored his own autobiography that he released in 2004 that he called "Adam Copeland: Over the Edge."
The former pro earned over 30 championships during his time in the sport and still makes an appearance at an event every once in a while. For the most part, he is focusing on his acting career, during which he has worked on projects like "The Flash," "Private Eyes," and "Haven," for which he was nominated for a Golden Maple Award. He was most recently cast as Kjetill Flatnose in the hit show "Vikings."
Net Worth: N/A Perry Saturn made his debut in 1990 and won a series of championships over the course of several years. He’s a former WCW World Television Champion, World Tag Team Champion, WWF European Champion, and Hardcore Champion, among others. Before Saturn started his career in pro wrestling, he went to U.S. Army Ranger School and earned his bachelor’s degree.
In 2005, he was involved in an altercation in which he was shot in the neck and shoulder. He became addicted to narcotics not long after, and as a result of which, ended up homeless on the streets for a period of a few years. Luckily, he was able to overcome his addiction and now continues to make sporadic appearances, although he has not been wrestling anymore since dealing with his traumatic brain injury.
Scotty 2 Hotty
Net Worth: N/A Former pro wrestler and fan-favorite Scotty 2 Hotty, born Scott Garland, can be credited with popularizing an in-ring move that he dubbed The Worm – a “drop chop” style that was designed to take down his opponent. He started his career at the beginning of the 90s and currently teaches classes at the WWE performance center in Orlando.
He first wrestled with the WWE when they were still the WWF, for over a decade from '97 to around 2013, when he began his short-lived career as a firefighter. But in 2016, he decided that he belonged in the world of wrestling and began his current teaching position. He lives in Florida with his wife and children, and they can often be found running around Disney on the weekends.