A ripped body being a part of WWE is an excellent option for the wrestler. Vince McMahon prefers powerhouses within his company, and although he doesn’t go in the same way the way he did in the 80s or the 90s or 2000s the chief executive of WWE is still looking for wrestlers who have a strong body. Check Top 10 Strongest Wrestlers in WWE.
In the time of WWE, McMahon has been perceived as being biased towards people who appear more powerful than others. Since a lot of superstars have been employed by WWE it’s difficult to discern who is stronger compared to others. We have examined certain elements that will give us an idea of the ability one has. Below are the top 10 most powerful WWE stars in the history of this company.
Hulk Hogan indeed was one of the most powerful WWE wrestlers. But, in fact, also, Hogan has got a much stronger physique than other wrestlers. He stunned the world with his slam on Andre the Giant at Wrestle Mania 3 over 32 years ago.
In the past, Hogan, and Andre the Giant were among the most famous wrestlers throughout WWE. Although The Hulkster is now 66 years old, he’s sporting a more muscular physique than the majority of the roster. Even at 66, Hogan still wants to take on another challenge and finish his profession in WWE.
Although the undertaker may not be as powerful as the other WWE superstars on this list, the ex-world heavyweight champion had performed things that qualified him to be included on this list.
It’s 340lbs of dead weight. Also, his decision to slam into the ring while kneeling (to ensure that Henry’s neck wouldn’t be breaking) is proof of it. The Undertaker is one of the strongest wrestlers to ever be seen in WWE history. He’s past his prime but, the WWE superstar continues to provide the fans with a sense of nostalgia each time is in the arena.
It’s workable to be somewhat shocked to see Kane’s name on this rundown, but here’s a reality: Kane has helluva strength, in actuality. WWE did not show his physique to the public Instead the company was using him to portray a terrifying character.
From his first appearance as Isaac Yankem and later Fake Diesel, Kane has been in many roles, but not of a mighty one. If it’s true that he defeated Lesnar in arm-wrestling then he should be included in this list. Listen to Lesnar’s words about how powerful of a wrestler He was. Big Red Machine was.
John Cena isn’t as ripped as the other names on this list But, don’t let this be deceived you about the fact that he swung two of them, The Big Show along with Edge at the same time at WrestleMania 25. This is more than 778 pounds of weight combined! If the claimed weight is 251lbs this is a massive achievement.
A few years back, Chris Van Vliet interviewed The Big Show and, when asking about who was the most powerful person to ever wrestle With, Show said this: The show has collaborated with Lesnar, Kane, Henry, and more. If Show is complimenting Cena besides others, then there’s a reason behind it.
Randy Orton, a 2001 WWE signee, was sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling to complete his training. He was eventually called to the main roster a full year later, as part of the legendary OVW Class in 2002 that also included John Cena Batista Brock Lesnar.
Randy Orton beat Hardcore Holly on April 25, 2002, in his first televised WWE showdown on SmackDown. Randy Orton was drafted by Raw in September 2002. He defeated Stevie Richards during his flagship show debut. Within weeks, he sustained a shoulder injury and was forced to retire from wrestling for several months.
Former UFC heavyweight champ, Brock Lesnar was one of those stars Vince McMahon always wanted to join his team. The Beast Incarnate did not have to think about his future with WWE since McMahon had already taken care of the matter.
Before Lesnar’s first appearance on the main roster He was among the wrestlers who were most loved by Vincent K. McMahon. From the lifting of superstars such as Big Show to Mark Henry, his muscular physique is evidence of the strength that his character has been built on.
Steven James Anderson was birthed in Austin on December 18, 1964. Austin got the surname Williams from Ken Williams his stepfather, whom he married in 1968. Stone Cold started his wrestling career in 1989 by joining Chris Adams’ school at the Dallas Sportatorium. Austin made his WCW debut, defeating Bobby Eaton. They held the ‘WCW Tag Team Championship Championship’ for five consecutive months.
Stone Cold was also an ex-member of Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), 1995. Austin joined WWF in 1995 and was awarded the Million Dollar Championship from Ted DiBiase. After beating Vega Vega, his first Wrestlemania appearance at WrestleMania 12, his career graph saw a big boost.
Fans of young WWE today might not appreciate the power Billy Graham had in the wrestling industry during the eighties. Graham was among the first WWE stars to sport muscles in the world of wrestling and is believed as normal in the present.
Graham was a major impact on Vince McMahon and superstars like Hulk Hogan who is the most popular childhood hero of the majority of WWE fans. Hogan replicated the moves Graham did during his wrestling days and made his style. Billy Graham was also one of the wrestlers that others attempted to emulate.
Mark Henry is known as The World’s strongest man in WWE. He is an ex- Olympic weightlifter who broke many records in weightlifting and powerlifting. One of Henry’s most impressive feats of strength was his ability to pull two tractor traitors.
At the same time, broke the world record. Henry was a previous WWE Champion is also the first Arnold Strongman Classic winner. But, this isn’t all it. Along with showing his power in the WWE arena, Henry has won several weightlifting gold medals.
Dwayne John, known by the Rock, was born May 2, 1972, in Hayward (California, USA). He is an American professional wrestler/actor whose charisma and athleticism have made him a huge success in both his fields. Johnson was born to a wrestling family. His maternal grandfather Peter Maivia, “High Chief”, was an eminent professional wrestler. Johnson’s father Rocky Johnson worked on the American regional wrestling circuit. Johnson also boxed. Johnson was a sparring partner in 1974 for George Foreman.
Then, he was preparing to compete in “the Rumble In The Jungle” alongside Muhammad Ali. Johnson was initially more comfortable on the gridiron than the mat. He was an excellent high school athlete. He was part of the 1991 NCAA Championship Football team at the University of Miami (Bachelor of Global Studies, 1995). After suffering injuries, he switched to wrestling.