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5 WWE stars who had other plans if wrestling didn't work out 

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Published 03 Dec 2017, 02:05 IST
03 Dec 2017, 02:05 IST

Many WWE stars ensured that they had a back up plan before pursuing a wrestling career
Many WWE stars ensured that they had a backup plan before pursuing a wrestling career

Wrestling isn't considered to be a stable career, even wrestlers who had scholarships to study at college and still remain part of Olympic level wrestling teams are not considered to be able to have lengthy careers in the sport.

The shelf life of a wrestler isn't thought to be very long, which is why many current WWE stars made plans for a second career, just in case their wrestling dream didn't work out.

There are a number of stars who put themselves on a time limit when it came to making it in their wrestling career, otherwise, they could easily make the switch to a 9-5 job, given that they had ensured that they had already studied and gained the relevant qualifications to pursue this second career.


#5 The Bella Twins - Actresses

Nikki and Brie were hoping to have successful careers in Acting or Modeling
Nikki and Brie were hoping to have successful careers in Acting or Modeling

Nikki and Brie Bella made their first appearance in WWE as part of the 2006 Diva Search, even though the sisters didn't win the competition they were still signed to WWE, but initially declined the contract they were offered, because they had dreams of making it as models and actresses.

The duo quit WWE back in 2012 as well, since they decided to take a break from wrestling and look at different career options. It seems that both sisters had dreams that didn't include wrestling in the beginning, but since their careers have been adapted so that they are allowed to act as part of Total Divas and they are still able to model for the company, the women are considerably happy remaining with the company now.

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