Many real-life siblings have competed in WWE over the past few decades. Some of them even worked in the company at the same time.
Several brothers and sisters have worked in Vince McMahon's company. Despite this, a few of them have never shared the ring or the locker room as they joined the company at different periods.
Charlotte Flair and her brother, David, are an example. David had a short stint in WWE several years before his sister joined the company. Hence, they never got to work together inside the squared circle.
Meanwhile, other superstars were luckier as they worked with their siblings in Vince McMahon's company. While some were just simultaneously on the roster, others formed tag teams and won championships together.
Here are 14 real-life siblings who were in WWE at the same time.
#14. WWE Superstars Dolph Ziggler and Ryan Nemeth
Dolph Ziggler joined Vince McMahon's company in 2004 and spent nearly two years in development before making his main roster debut as a member of The Spirit Squad.
After the group's disbanding in late 2006, The Show Off returned to developmental for nearly another year. He then made his comeback to Monday Night RAW as a singles competitor in November 2008.
In 2011, Ziggler's brother, Ryan Nemeth, joined the company. Nevertheless, he only spent about two years there, during which he only competed on the former developmental brand, FCW, and NXT. In May 2013, Vince McMahon's company released Nemeth from his contract.
Despite both brothers being in the company simultaneously, they never worked together. Ziggler is still currently active on RAW. Meanwhile, his brother is now a regular competitor on AEW television.
#13. WWE Superstars The Creed Brothers
Julius Creed joined Vince McMahon's company in 2020 after passing a WWE tryout. Julius' younger brother, Brutus, also signed with the company a few months later.
In an interview with the Otterbein Cardinals after joining WWE, Brutus disclosed that he and his brothers were big wrestling fans growing up.
"I remember growing up with my brothers, recording pro wrestling and watching it back together. We played action figures down in the basement, would go outside on the trampoline to imitate our own matches, create home videos and gather around the computer to watch highlights on YouTube. I am very thankful for an opportunity like this and will make the most of it. I don't want to get caught up in just saying I'm part of it. I want to excel and make an impact," he said.
In August 2021, The Creed Brothers debuted on NXT as members of the Diamond Mine. They have, so far, competed in 10 televised matches on NXT 2.0 and 205 Live.
Last October, The Creed brothers also competed against The Vikings Raiders in a dark match on SmackDown.
#12. WWE Superstars Gable Steveson and Damon Kemp
Gable Steveson signed with Vince McMahon's company last September, fulfilling his childhood dream.
In an interview with the official athletics website for the University of Minnesota Gophers, the Olympic gold medalist disclosed that he grew up watching WWE and dreamed of becoming a superstar.
"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.
Although he is officially on the RAW roster, Steveson is yet to make his in-ring debut on the red brand.
Steveson's older brother, Bobby, recently joined the company, too. In his in-ring debut, the 22-year-old lost to Andre Chase on 205 Live. He is currently active on NXT 2.0.
#11. WWE Hall of Famer Randy Savage and Lanny Poffo
Randy Savage joined WWE in 1985 and spent nearly a decade in the company, during which he won several titles, including two world titles.
Savage's brother, Lanny Poffo, also worked in Vince McMahon's company between 1985 and 1992. However, he was not as successful as his brother. Unlike Savage, Poffo never won any titles during his seven-year run.
The former World Heavyweight Champion left Vince McMahon's company in 1994 and never returned. That same year, his brother made a very short comeback, during which he competed in a single match at a live event before leaving again.
Although they shared the locker room for several years, Savage and his brother never worked together on-screen in Vince McMahon's company.
#10. Former WWE Superstars Goldust and Cody Rhodes
Goldust has had several runs in Vince McMahon's company. His first lasted only a few months between 1990 and 1991. After spending a few years in WCW, the former Intercontinental Champion returned to WWE in 1995.
After another four years, Dusty Rhodes' oldest son left again and returned to WCW. In 2001, Goldust kicked off his third WWE run. It lasted only two years before he left again.
In 2005, the former Hardcore Champion made another comeback to Vince McMahon's company. However, the company released him from his contract in June 2006, only a month after his brother, Cody, kicked off his WWE career.
Cody and his brother then shared the locker room for several years after Goldust returned to the company in 2008. Although Cody's older brother left again in 2012, he returned in 2013. They continued to work together until 2016.
The Rhodes brothers shared the ring many times in Vince McMahon's company. They even formed a tag team and held the Tag Team Championships twice.
Cody left Vince McMahon's company in 2016, three years before his older brother followed in his footsteps. They currently work together in AEW.
#9. WWE Hall of Famers The Wild Samoans
The Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) joined Vince McMahon's company in the late 1970s. Their first run lasted nearly three years, during which they won the Tag Team Championships twice.
The brothers spent almost a year competing in other promotions before returning to Vince McMahon's company in 1982. Afa and Sika spent another three years in the company, during which they won another Tag Team Title, before leaving again in 1985.
In 2007, Afa's son, Samu, and Sika's son, Rosey, inducted their fathers into the Hall of Fame.
#8. WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart and Owen Hart
Bret Hart signed with WWE in 1984. Four years later, his younger brother, Owen, also joined him in the company. Nevertheless, Owen's first run lasted only about a year. After leaving in 1989, he returned two years later.
Between 1991 and 1997, Bret and Owen Hart shared the locker room. Over these years, they shared the ring many times as tag team partners. They also competed against each other several times.
The Hart brothers faced each other one-on-one 11 times. Bret defeated his sibling nine times and lost only twice. In 1997, The Hitman left Vince McMahon's company to join WCW. Two years later, Owen tragically passed away.
#7. Former WWE Superstars The Singh Brothers
After competing for a few years in different promotions, The Singh Brothers (Sunil & Samir) joined Vince McMahon's company in 2016. In 2017, they made their main roster debut, joining forces with Jinder Mahal.
In 2019, The Singh Brothers' alliance with Mahal ended as Sunil and Samir moved to 205 Live. Over the next three years, Sunil and Samir competed on NXT, 205 Live, and Monday Night RAW. Both brothers also won the 24/7 Championship several times.
Last June, Vince McMahon's company released The Singh Brothers from their contracts.
#6. Former WWE Superstars Alicia Fox and Christina Crawford
Alicia Fox joined Vince McMahon's company in 2006 and spent nearly two years in developmental before making her main roster debut in 2008.
In 2010, Fox's sister, Christina Crawford (FKA Caylee Turner), also signed with Vince McMahon's company. The 33-year-old spent nearly two years competing on FCW, WWE's former developmental brand. She also wrestled once on NXT. Nevertheless, the company released her from her contract in August 2012.
Meanwhile, Crawford's sister continued to work in Vince McMahon's company for seven more years, during which she won the Divas Championship once.
Fox has made some sporadic appearances over the past two years. She recently participated in the 2022 Women's Royal Rumble match.
#5. WWE Superstars Mace and Raelyn Divine
Mace joined WWE in 2016. Four years later, he made his main roster debut as a member of Retribution on Monday Night RAW.
After the group disbanded, the 30-year-old formed a tag team with T-Bar. Nevertheless, they split when Mace moved to SmackDown in the 2021 Draft.
Mace's younger sister, Raelyn Divine, recently joined her brother in Vince McMahon's company after participating in a tryout a few months ago. While the former member of Retribution is currently active on the blue brand, his sister is now part of the NXT 2.0 roster.
#4. Former WWE Superstars Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas
Bo Dallas signed a developmental contract with Vince McMahon's company in 2008. A year later, his brother, Bray Wyatt, joined the company.
Dallas and Wyatt spent more than a decade in the company, during which they won several titles. Although Dallas was the least successful of the two brothers, he is a former NXT Champion, RAW Tag Team Champion, and 24/7 Champion. Meanwhile, Wyatt is a three-time world champion and two-time tag team champion.
In April 2021, the company released Dallas from his contract. Three months later, WWE also let Wyatt go.
During their time in Vince McMahon's company, Dallas and Wyatt shared the ring many times. However, they went head to head only twice. Dallas defeated his brother in both matches.
#3. WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos
Jimmy and Jey Uso joined WWE nearly 13 years ago and have won several titles ever since. The twin brothers are now seven-time Tag Team Champions. They currently hold the SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
While The Usos are now active on the blue brand, their younger brother, Solo Sikoa, is currently a regular competitor on NXT 2.0.
Sikoa signed with Vince McMahon's company last August. He has since competed in nine matches and is still undefeated. He recently defeated Boa in a No Disqualification Falls Count Anywhere match.
While The Usos have been a tag team for many years, their younger brother could join forces with them in the future. He could also join The Bloodline on SmackDown.
#2. WWE Hall of Famers The Bella Twins
The Bella Twins (Brie & Nikki) signed with WWE in 2007 after participating in the 2006 Diva Search competition. Together, they worked in Vince McMahon's company for more than a decade.
Brie and Nikki shared the ring multiple times as tag team partners between 2007 and 2018. In October 2018, they teamed up for the last time and joined forces with Ronda Rousey to defeat The Riott Squad on Monday Night RAW.
The twin sisters also competed against each other a few times. Nevertheless, they only went head-to-head once at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view in 2014, in which Nikki came out victorious.
Brie and Nikki have both held the Divas Championship. While Nikki won the title twice, her sister captured it only once. Last year, The Bellas entered the Hall of Fame as part of class 2020.
Like Alicia Fox, The Bella Twins recently returned to Vince McMahon's company to participate in the 2022 Women's Royal Rumble match.
#1. WWE legends The Hardy Boyz
Jeff and Matt Hardy signed their first contract with Vince McMahon's company in the late 1990s. Over the next few years, they became one of the most popular tag teams.
The two brothers spent many years together in the company, during which they won nine tag team titles. They also faced each other several times, exchanging victories.
Matt and Jeff also had successful singles careers. The older Hardy is a former ECW Champion, Hardcore Champion, European Champion, United States Champion, and Cruiserweight Champion. Meanwhile, Jeff also won many singles championships, including three world titles.
The two brothers left and returned to Vince McMahon's company several times over the past two decades. Matt's last run ended in 2020 when he left after his contract expired. The company also recently released Jeff from his contract.