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WWE Stars Then & Now: Take A Look At These Incredible Stars Now And What They’re Up To

WWE has completed its 39 years and the fan base is still multiplying. This world full of spectacular storyline, drama, memorable feuds, and gigantic personalities mainly caught the eye of men and was almost viewed as a Soap opera. While most of them earned a huge fortune displaying their wrestling abilities, some could even extend their careers into films and televisions. However, some couldn’t handle their success and indulged in drug & alcohol addictions. Many of the wrestlers were left behind in time after they retired and some of them are really living in the most unexpected condition. See how those legends from WWE are doing now and how life has taken a toll on many!

Bret Sergeant Hart AKA Bret “The Hitman” Hart – Age 60

Famously known by his ring name Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Bret is been considered as the new age Hulk Hogan considering his skills, enthusiasm and also his never-giving-up spirit which led him to earn 32 Championships in all. Despite a successful and soaring wrestling career, Bret had to retire from the ring after suffering a brain injury which resulted in a concussion. He was then appointed as the GM of RAW and is also battling cancer since 2016, which has made him extra cautious about his dietary plans and eating habits.

Paul Michael Levesque AKA Triple H – Age 48

Born as Paul Michael Levesque, Triple H (Hunter Hurst Helmsley) began his wrestling career with the ring name Terra Ryzing. It was a different scenario when he entered the industry and he even had to face minor setbacks before he could achieve the pinnacle of his career. Currently, he is keeping himself busy with his investments, business ventures and also NXT, SmackDown which has surely lowered the time he used to devote to his fitness sessions. Considering his lifestyle and diet plans at the age of 48, achieving his old-self seems to be a distant reality.

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