5 big age differences between WWE Superstars and their siblings
A lot of the time professional wrestling really is a family business. There are a number of extremely famous families in wrestling that if you're born into them, you can't help but become a part of the industry.
The McMahons, the Colons, the Guerreros. All examples of famous families within the realms of pro wrestling that have produced countless performers who have helped shape and mould the business into what we know it as today.
What families in pro wrestling lead to, of course, is brothers and sisters competing for companies at the same time, although not necessarily. There are certain siblings in wrestling that have pretty large age gaps between them. What that has led to is wrestlers from the same generation competing in totally different eras. Here are just five examples of times wrestling siblings had a huge number of years separating them.
#5 Charlotte and David Flair
Those of you who watched WCW during its later years might recall David Flair. Despite having the blood of perhaps the greatest pro wrestler of all time running through his veins, The Nature Boy's son never really got going in the wrestling business.
Fast forward a decade and his sister, seven years David's junior, entered the fray and showed exactly where all those Flair wrestling genes had gone. Right now Charlotte is arguably the best female performer in WWE and well on her way to winning as many titles as her father.
Granted seven years isn't a massive amount between siblings, but with this example, it feels a lot longer. Charlotte began wrestling a long, long time after her brother David had a crack at it as she reportedly had no interest in entering the business, at a younger age.