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Let’shit 100K together, I know we can do it! #100KForFact5Wrestling Yeah, that was the best hashtag I could thinkof, pretty sh*t I know… Former WWE wrestler Alberto Del Rio had agreat run with the WWE until his last days where he felt unhappy with his position withinthe company.

During his time in the WWE, Del Rio achieved a lot, winning the WWE Championshiptwice and the World Heavyweight Championship twice.

He also won the 2011 Royal Rumble andthe 2011 Money in the Bank ladder match, making him the only professional wrestler to winboth in the same year.

His father on the other hand was also a professional wrestler whowrestled under the name, Dos Caras.

Although he never wrestled in the WWE, he did achievegreat success in the ‘70s and ‘80s in Mexico’s Universal Wrestling Alliance, wherehe won the UWA World Heavyweight Championship three times.

However, his accolades do notoutshine his son’s as Del Rio has achieved far more in the wrestling industry than hisfather.

Plus, he’s got Paige so he automatically wins.

Although relations between Randy Savage andMr McMahon were strained *cough Stephanie *cough, Savage did have a great wrestlingcareer.

In fact, Savage is widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlersin history.

His father, Angelo Puffo, was also a professional wrestler and had a fairlysuccessful career that spanned over 6 decades.

However, his career did not reach the heightand success of his son, Randy.

“Macho Man” Randy Savage competed in the WWF and WCW,winning 29 titles throughout his 32-year career.

He also main-evented three Wrestlemania matchesand won the 1987 WWF King of the Ring tournament.

WWE themselves even said that Savage was thegreatest Intercontinental Champion of all time and was credited for bringing "a higherlevel of credibility to the title through his amazing in-ring performances".

Now now, I know what you are all thinking,ugh Roman Reigns are you mad? What the f*ck is wrong with you? But to be fair you cannotargue with the amount of success he has achieved within the WWE so far.

Regardless, if it ishanded out to him by Mr McMahon.

Reigns’ father, Sika Anoaʻi, competed in the WWFduring the 1980s and is best known as a member of Wild Samoans.

He, alongside his partnerAfa, won the WWF Tag Team championships three times throughout his WWF stay.

But in comparisonto his son, he’s got nothing on him.

Roman Reigns made his main roster debut in 2012alongside Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins forming the highly loveable team, The Shield.

WhenReigns entered singles competition in 2014 after The Shield broke up, (we see you Seth),Reigns became this unstoppable guy who rarely loses a match.

He has won the WWE World HeavyweightChampionship three times, the United States Championship once (which was so pointlessin my opinion), the Tag Team championships once, the 2015 Royal Rumble winner and believeit or not, the 2014 Superstar of the Year.

He has even set the record for most eliminationsin a Royal Rumble match with 12 in the 2014 event.

All these achievements within 2 yearsof singles competition.

Who knows what 2017 has to offer for him? Randy Orton is a third-generation professionalwrestler.

His grandfather, Bob Orton Senior, wrestled in NWA and AWA and his father, BobOrton Junior, was known in the WWE as “Cowboy” Bob Orton.

“Cowboy” Bob Orton was knownduring his time in the WWE as Roddy Piper’s bodyguard but unlike his son, he never wonany championships and didn’t have any main event pushes.

Randy Orton on the other handhas done extremely well to make a name for himself within the company.

In fact, he haswon 15 championships so far in the WWE.

He was the winner of the 2013 Money in the BankLadder Match (for the WWE Championship contract) and he was the winner of the 2009 Royal Rumblematch.

He has also headlined numerous amounts of pay per views including Wrestlemania XXVand Wrestlemania XXX.

When he does eventually retire, his legacy throughout the company,excuse the pun, will certainly be one that everyone will remember as he has put the Ortonfamily name higher up in the WWE ranks than his father ever did and I’m sure his fatheris very proud for what his son has achieved.

To say The Rock has done well for himselfwould be a big understatement.

And I mean big! Even without wrestling, The Rock hasgone on to be the world’s highest paid actor of 2016.

The Rock’s father, Rocky Johnson,competed in the WWF during the 1980s.

He managed to win the Tag Team Championship once withTony Atlas, becoming the first black tag team to hold the title.

However, his son’s successis at a whole new level.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson started his career in the WWE in 1996and became a major figure in the company’s Attitude Era.

He went on to win 17 championships,including 10 as a world champion, two as an Intercontinental champion and 5 as a tag teamchampion.

And furthermore, he was the 2000 Royal Rumble winner.

So it is no surprisethat he is widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time.

See you at Wrestlemania Rocky!.