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You want it? Yougot it! The British Bulldog competed in the WWF duringthe 1980’s and 1990’s under the name, The British Bulldog and his own name DaveyBoy Smith.

He found great success as both a singles competitor and a tag team competitor,holding every major title in the WWF except the WWF World Heavyweight Championship.

Hehas headlined multiple pay per view events in the WWF but his biggest moment in his careercame from his win against Bret Hart for the Intercontinental Championship at the mainevent of Summerslam in 1992.

Unfortunately, all of these accolades cannot be said thesame about his son, David Hart Smith.

David Hart Smith made his television debut in theWWE in 2007 as “DH Smith” defeating Carlito using his father’s trademark running powerslam.

He stayed with the WWE until 2011, when he was released from his contract.

During histime in the WWE, he only managed to win the Unified Tag Team Championship once alongsidehis partner, Tyson Kidd who wrestled under the tag team, The Hart Dynasty.

Razor Ramon joined the WWF in 1992, underthe name Razer Ramon.

Notable for his gold chains and flicking toothpicks at anyone whocrossed his path, Razor Ramon achieved great success during the WWF, maintaining a perenniallyhigh profile as a wrestler.

Although he won most of his championships in WCW as ScottHall, The Bad Guy as he was nicknamed in the WWF, was a dominant force not to be reckonedwith.

Razor Ramon won the Intercontinental championship four times, his most famous momentcoming from his win against Shawn Michaels in an Intercontinental Championship LadderMatch at WrestleMania X.

He was also a key member of the locker room group known as TheKliq.

After witnessing the success Razor Ramon had as a professional wrestler, Ramon’sson Cody Hall began to train as a professional wrestler as he wanted to follow in his father’sfootsteps.

However, Cody never actually made it to the WWE.

He was in the independent circuitin 2012 before being picked up by New Japan Pro Wrestling in 2015.

He debuted as the BulletClub's personal "young boy" trainee but never really made a name for himself.

His profilewas removed from New Japan's roster page, signalling his departure from the promotion.

Known in the WWF as The Millionaire DollarMan, Ted DiBiase is regarded by many as the greatest villain in pro wrestling history.

I mean have you heard his laugh? During his time in the WWF, Ted DiBiase was the firstNorth American Heavyweight Champion, a three-time Tag Team Champion and he was the 1988 Kingof the Ring.

He also created his own championship belt, the Million Dollar Championship.

TedDiBiase also held the WWF World Heavyweight Championship belt in 1988 but that periodisn’t recognised as an official title reign by the WWE as he purchased the belt of Andrethe Giant.

He has headlined many WWF pay per views, including: WrestleMania IV and thefirst ever SummerSlam in 1988.

On the other hand, Ted DiBiase’s son, Ted DiBiase Jr.

Competed in the WWE for 5 years but he never achieved the success his father had.

He debutedas a villain, forming a tag team with Cody Rhodes.

The duo won the World Tag Team Championshipstwice before forming The Legacy faction alongside Randy Orton.

After The Legacy, Ted DiBiaseJr.

competed in singles competition, using a gimmick similar to his father’s of anarrogant millionaire.

He was given possession of the Million Dollar Championship and accessto a trust fund by his father.

But he didn’t win any official titles in singles competition.

He did star in the film, The Marine 2, but the results speak for themselves really! When you think of pioneers of the WWE, BrunoSammartino’s name is definitely one that stands out.

Bruno Sammartino competed in whatwas known back then as the WWWF, World Wide Wrestling Federation.

His impressive titlereign began when he defeated Buddy Rogers in just 48 seconds to become the second-everWWE champion.

Bruno held the WWE Championship twice during his career, the first one beingfor nearly eight years (2,803 days), by far the longest reign of all time, and a recordfor all professional wrestling champions.

Bruno’s son, David Sammartino joined theWWF in 1984, with his father as his manager.

He received a big push when he was with hisfather but when he wasn’t with his father, he was effectively a jobber.

Vince McMahonwas basically just using David in order to get Bruno to wrestle, as he still drew hugecrowds.

This annoyed David who quit the WWF several times to only be brought back by hisfather.

He later said that he did not enjoy his WWF run and that he had no desire to getto know Vince McMahon.

He called McMahon "arrogant" and he did not like to see him abusing thosewho worked for him.

Recognized as one of the greatest professionalwrestlers of all time by the WWF and WCW, Mr Perfect was a flawless technician in thering.

During his time in the WWF, he went on an undefeated streak on television forover a year and became a two-time WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion.

In fact, he was thelongest reigning champion in the 1990s.

WWE themselves regard Mr Perfect as: “one ofthe top five Intercontinental Champions of all time and a man who brought a new levelof credibility to the title.

” Former WWE Superstar, Hulk Hogan, I mean a random guywhose name happens to be Hulk Hogan remarked: "Everybody would check their egos at the doorwhen they came to a building that Curt Hennig was in, because you couldn't out-work him,you couldn't outshine him and you couldn't out-perform him.

He was the best of the best.

"However, the “perfect” genes Mr Perfect had clearly did not inherit to his son, CurtisAxel.

Don’t get me wrong, Curtis Axel is an underrated performer both in the ring andon the mic but he hasn’t really had any major pushes or main event spots since joiningthe company back in 2007.

He has won the WWE Tag Team Championships with David Otunga asa member of The New Nexus and he has won the Intercontinental Championship once, payingtribute to his father when he won it.

Although he still wrestles in the WWE, he is nothingbut a lower card wrestler which is a shame really.