Several current WWE Superstars' siblings are also in-ring competitors. While some have already hung up their boots, others are still active performers.
Many siblings have worked in Vince McMahon's company over the past few decades. Matt and Jeff Hardy are probably the most famous brothers in the company's history. Together, they won many tag team championships. Both have also won several individual titles.
Likewise, a few current superstars' siblings are also wrestlers. While some of these competitors recently joined their siblings in Vince McMahon's company, others are active in other promotions, including All Elite Wrestling.
Here are 11 current superstars whose siblings are wrestlers.
#11 & #10. WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos – Solo Sikoa
Rikishi's sons, Jimmy and Jey Uso, joined WWE in 2009. Over the past 13 years, the twin brothers have won seven tag team titles in Vince McMahon's company. They are currently the SmackDown Tag Team Champions.
The Usos' brother, Solo Sikoa, is also a professional wrestler. Rikishi's youngest son played college football before turning towards the squared circle. He kicked off his in-ring career in 2018 and competed for several independent promotions before signing with Vince McMahon's company last August.
Three months later, Sikoa made his NXT 2.0 debut, defeating Jeet Rama in just a minute and a half. After competing in nine matches, The Usos' younger brother is still undefeated in Vince McMahon's company.
Last Tuesday, Sikoa defeated Boa in a No Disqualification Falls Count Anywhere match on NXT 2.0.
#9. WWE Superstar Gable Steveson – Bobby Steveson
Last September, Gable Steveson signed a contract with Vince McMahon's company to become the second-ever Olympic gold medalist to work thereafter Kurt Angle.
In an interview with the official athletics website for the University of Minnesota Gophers, Gable disclosed that he dreamed of becoming a WWE Superstar since he was a child.
"This is a dream I’ve had since I was a kid. Everybody grew up watching WWE when they were young, I know I watched it. It’s just been a lifelong dream of mine," he said.
During the same interview, the Olympic gold medalist revealed that, as a child, he used to recreate finishing moves on the couches with his older brother, Bobby. The latter has also recently joined Vince McMahon's company.
Bobby, like his brother, wrestled for the University of Minnesota before joining the company. While Gable is yet to make his debut on Monday Night RAW, his older brother wrestles as Damon Kemp on NXT 2.0 and 205 Live.
#8. WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler – Ryan Nemeth
Dolph Ziggler is one of the most accomplished WWE Superstars on the current roster. The Show Off joined Vince McMahon's company nearly 18 years ago. Since then, he has won several titles, including two world championships.
Ziggler's brother, Ryan Nemeth, is also a wrestler. He kicked off his wrestling career in 2010. He then signed a developmental contract with Vince McMahon's company a few months later. Unlike his brother, Nemeth's run was not very successful. In May 2013, the company released him from his contract.
Following his release, Nemeth continued to wrestle on the independent circuit. Nevertheless, he joined AEW in early 2021. The 37-year-old is currently a regular competitor in Tony Khan's company. He recently defeated Chandler Hopkins on AEW Dark.
#7. WWE RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch – Gonzo De Mondo
Before joining WWE in 2013, Becky Lynch competed for several years on the independent circuit. Her brother, Richy, also competed on the independent circuit for a few years.
Richy wrestled as Gonzo De Mondo between 2003 and 2006 in different promotions, including Pro Wrestling Zero1 Ireland, National Wrestling Alliance, and Irish Whip Wrestling.
In an old interview with LadySports, Big Time Becks disclosed that her brother influenced her wrestling career.
"I had watched wrestling with my brother for a few years and liked it, but mostly for the storylines. Then I started and I just got hooked and gave it all I had! I began with my brother... he goes by the name Gonzo De Mondo... who is incredibly talented. He has helped me so much!" she said.
While Richy seems to have hung up his wrestling boots, his sister is currently one of the biggest stars in Vince McMahon's company. The 34-year-old now holds the RAW Women's Championship.
#6. WWE Superstar Drew Gulak – Rory Gulak
Drew Gulak kicked off his wrestling career in 2005 and competed on the independent circuit for nearly 11 years before joining WWE. Over the past six years, the 34-year-old won Cruiserweight Championship once and the 24/7 Title eight times.
Gulak's younger brother, Rory, is also an in-ring competitor. He started wrestling on the independent circuit in 2008 and has competed in several promotions, including Combat Zone Wrestling, Big Japan Pro-Wrestling, and Demand Lucha.
In January 2018, Rory participated in a WWE tryout. He also competed once in Vince McMahon's company when he teamed up with Chris Wylde to face The Bludgeon Brothers on SmackDown. However, Rory and his partner got squashed in only a minute and 21 seconds.
Despite failing the tryout, Gulak's younger brother disclosed in an interview three years ago that he still dreams of joining Vince McMahon's company.
"Goals for 2019 is to wrestle as much as possible and hopefully sign a contract with the WWE," he told If You Don’t Know, Now You Know.
After his tryout, Rory continued to perform on the independent circuit for nearly two years. However, he had not wrestled since December 2019, when he defeated Marcus Mathers at an H2O Wrestling event.
#5. WWE Superstar Tamina – Deuce
Before Tamina joined WWE in 2010, her brother, Deuce, had a four-year run in Vince McMahon's company. After spending nearly two years in developmental, the 50-year-old debuted on SmackDown in January 2007 as part of Deuce 'n Domino.
Tamina's brother and his tag team partner spent nearly a year and a half together on the Blue Brand, during which they won the tag team championships once. Nevertheless, they parted ways in June 2008.
Deuce then moved to RAW in the 2008 Supplemental Draft, where he changed his name to Sim Snuka after revealing that his father was Hall of Famer Jimmy Snuka. However, Deuce's singles run was not very successful. After competing for nearly a year on the Red Brand, the company released the former tag team champion from his contract in June 2009.
After his departure, Deuce competed in a few independent promotions, including Championship Wrestling From Arizona, Ultra Championship Wrestling Zero, and Xtreme Cruces Wrestling.
While Deuce has been inactive for several years, his sister is now active on RAW. She's currently a former Women's Tag Team Champion and former 24/7 Champion.
#4. WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns – Rosey
Roman Reigns signed with WWE in 2010. Over the next 11 years, he became one of the most dominant superstars in the company's history. The Tribal Chief is now a Triple Crown and Grand Slam Champion. He currently holds the Universal Title.
Reigns' brother, Rosey, was also a wrestler. He joined WWE in 2001 after competing for a few years on the independent circuit. The powerhouse spent nearly five years in Vince McMahon's company, during which he won the World Tag Team Championships once alongside The Hurricane.
In March 2006, the company released Rosey from his contract. After his departure, the former Tag Team Champion returned to the independent circuit, where he competed for nearly another decade before he tragically passed away in 2017.
#3. WWE Superstar Mace - Raelyn Divine
Mace decided to pursue a wrestling career in 2016 after playing professional football for several years. Later that same year, he signed with Vince McMahon's company after participating in a WWE tryout.
Mace made his main roster debut on RAW in September 2020 as a member of Retribution. However, in March 2021, the stable disbanded. He then formed another tag team with his former Retribution teammate, T-Bar. Nevertheless, they split last October when Mace moved to SmackDown in the 2021 Draft while his partner remained on the Red Brand.
Mace's younger sister, Jaylen, is also an in-ring performer. She recently joined her brother in Vince McMahon's company after participating in a tryout a few months ago. In a Twitter post, Jaylen disclosed that she always liked to do everything her brother did since she was a child.
"You can call me Raelyn from here on out, babe. Ever since I was 6 years old I’ve wanted to do everything [Mace] does. why would I stop now? I’m extremely blessed to start this new chapter of my life," she wrote.
While Mace is now active on the Blue Brand, his younger sister is currently on the NXT roster as Raelyn Divine.
#2. WWE SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair – David & Reid Flair
Ric Flair's daughter, Charlotte, followed in her father's footsteps, joining WWE in 2012. Since then, she has become one of the most accomplished wrestlers on the roster. She currently holds the SmackDown Women's Championship.
Charlotte's brothers, David and Reid, were also wrestlers. Flair's oldest son, David, kicked off his wrestling career in 1999, joining WCW. The 42-year-old spent nearly three years in the promotion, during which he won the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship and the WCW World Tag Team Titles, alongside Crowbar.
Charlotte's older brother then joined WWE in 2001. However, his run lasted only a few months, during which he competed in only one televised match against The Undertaker. In 2002, David left Vince McMahon's company. After his departure, he competed for a few years in different promotions before hanging up his boots in 2009.
David's younger brother, Reid, also kicked off his wrestling career in WCW in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He then competed in Japan and on the independent circuit between 2009 and 2013.
Although Reid wanted to join WWE, the company refused to sign him after failing two drug tests. In 2016, Flair's youngest son tragically passed away.
Charlotte is currently the only one of Ric Flair's children who is still an active in-ring competitor.
#1. WWE Superstar Paige – Zak Knight
Paige competed in a few different promotions before joining WWE in 2011. She spent nearly seven years as an in-ring competitor, during which she became a two-time Divas Champion and a former NXT Women's Champion. However, the 29-year-old had to retire from in-ring action in 2016 due to injury.
Since her retirement, The Anti-Diva has played a few on-screen roles, including becoming SmackDown General Manager. Nonetheless, despite still being under contract with the company, Paige has not made any television appearances for nearly two years now.
Paige's brother, Zak Knight (AKA Zak Bevis), is also a wrestler. He kicked off his career in the early 2000s and has competed in several promotions, including World Association of Wrestling, Real Deal Wrestling, and Preston City Wrestling.
In 2010, Zak participated in a WWE tryout. Nevertheless, the company passed on the opportunity to sign him.
The 30-year-old recently underwent an incredible physical transformation. In an interview with the Eastern Daily Press, Zak disclosed that he intends to make one final attempt to make it in the United States as a wrestler.
"I have focused on training and am now 16 stone. After so long helping other people, I decided that this year it is my time and I am going to focus on reaching for the stars one last time," he said.
Paige's brother recently defeated Marvel Marcus at a WAW event. That same night, he also competed against Jaiden Docwra. However, the match ended in no contest.