Former Pro Wrestlers That Are Still Totally Ripped (Must See Photos!)
Without question, pro wrestling is known for the entertainment it provides, iconic characters, and unbelievable matches. The unfortunate side of pro wrestling is that what many people look at (and remember) is what kind of physical condition the performers are in. All too often, wrestler either retire and become lazy, or they allow themselves to fall victim to addiction later in life. Either way, the result is usually the same, as men who were best known for their unbelievable physiques start to look as if someone stuck them in the microwave for 30 seconds.
A few weeks ago, I posted an article including pictures of Scott Hall and Kevin Nash looking pretty damn good for their respective ages. The pictures got me thinking: Who else has continued to get all swole up (brother) after they have left the spotlight and scrutiny of WWE behind? After a little research I landed on the few men listed below who have defied father time and still look like they could make a title run.
Bob "Hardcore" Holly
Can you imagine taking a chair shot from this motherfucker? In his prime, he was know for his reckless hardcore matches, and ol' Spark Plug looks like he could still inflict a lot of punishment.
"Badass" Billy Gunn
I've become convinced that Billy Gunn is a vampire. Is it just me, or does he look basically exactly the same as he did back when he won King of the Ring in 1999? Either way, this does not look like a man about to turn 54 if you ask me.
Looks like Big Poppa Pump has still got your hookup if you're thinking about trying a cycle of steroids. This dude is still one of the most legitimately frightening men in the business, and I can't even imagine how Freakzilla's liver is looking after years of juicing. Holla if ya hear me!
Sid is still looking like "The Master and Ruler of the World" at 56 years old. The guy who moved like fucking Frankenstein in the ring might not exactly have been the best technician in the history of the business, but there is no denying that he has always had one of the most impressive looks.
Really saved the best for last here. Shamrock was terrifying back in his prime around 1998, and it looks like he hasn't changed a damn bit. As a matter of fact, he his still stepping into the octagon at the ripe age of 53. I think it's safe to say he still might be "The World's Most Dangerous Man".