Which 90's WWF Wrestler Are You?
Which one of the larger-than-life superstars of the WWF are you most like? Sound the bell and answer this ten count to find out!
What would be your style in the ring?
Which of these titles are you most likely to go after?
What's your favorite pay-per-view?
Would fans love you or love to hate you?
Which of these would you prefer to have as your tag team partner?
Long tights or short shorts?
What sort of match is your specialty?
What's your retirement plan?
Which one of these men could be your greatest rival?
Stone Cold Steve Austin
Stone Cold Steve Austin
The biggest star of the 90s was undoubtedly Stone Cold Steve Austin, the man that prompted the boom period thanks to his unique blend of raising hell and drinking beers. In recent years he's take to recording his own weekly podcast, and it's just as raucous as his matches used to be. Rumors of a return to the ring rage on, and it would certainly be great to see Austin make one last showing.
One of the most charismatic men ever to step into the ring, it's no surprise that The Rock has gone on to become one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. However, it was the WWF that gave him his break, and it's clear that he still loves wrestling — his return last year demonstrated that he's still got it in the ring.
The Undertaker is a pro wrestling legend, the only many to go on a twenty-one match undefeated streak at WrestleMania. He's faced off with all the greats over his storied career, whether it was as the Lord of Darkness or his Biker character that reared its head in the 2000s. Don't expect to see this man start a podcast or turn up in a movie — he's wrestling down to the grain.
The crazed demon, Kane, was one of the most colorful characters in the WWF. Scarred by a house fire started by his brother, the Undertaker, Kane was forced to wear a mask. Taking out his frustrations on anyone that strayed into his path, Kane was a real force to be reckoned with. Still wrestling, albeit without his mask, Kane is one of the longest-serving wrestlers in WWE.
Triple H was won of the most decorated stars of the 90s, and one of the most feared villains of the WWF. Now he's the boss, and he's just as lethal as ever. Still wrestling — and some would argue as good as he's ever been — there's a reason why they call this man 'The Game'.
Hulk Hogan is perhaps the best-known pro wrestler to this day, riding a surge of popularity in the 80s to a long career in the business. Despite spending much the 90s with rivals WCW, it was the WWF where Hogan became a main-event, and he recently made his long-awaited return to the company. A perennial world title contender, Hulk Hogan is a star amongst stars.
A risk taker who often ended up paying the price, Mankind became one of the most popular WWF superstars of the 90s. His battles with the Undertaker have become legend — in particular his fall from the top of Hell in a Cell. Whether he's wrestling as Mankind, Dude Love or Cactus Jack a Mick Foley match would always promise chaos and carnage.