#4. WWE legend The Rock
Triple H and The Rock have had one of the most historic rivalries in WWE history in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The two legends also had a troubled relationship in real-life several years ago.
On his Confessions with the Hitman Podcast, Bret Hart claimed that Triple H and Shawn Michaels bullied The Rock in the early 1990s:
"Triple H was the same. He was always out to get The Rock. Shawn was out to get him and they just worked on him, and worked on him, and worked on him."
Despite this, The Game and The Great One's relationship has improved in the past few years. Today, it seems like their real-life heat is behind them. A few years ago, the WWE EVP spoke to Facebook Live in India about his current relationship with The Rock:
"It’s always competitive with Rock and I from the very start of our careers...it’s funny, he and I, over the years, we’ve had this interesting rivalry at a time in our lives when we were really trying to establish ourselves and make something...We’ve come to a point where we appreciate that competitive nature...I don’t know what it is. We’ve laughed about it with each other, but there’s still something about our relationship with each other. We get along great, talk business and the things that he does intersecting with WWE."
The Rock left WWE in 2004 to pursue an acting career in Hollywood. He's now one of the highest-paid actors in the world. Nevertheless, the 49-year-old has made several sporadic appearances in WWE over the past decade and a half.
The Brahma Bull last competed in WWE at WrestleMania 32 when he defeated Erick Rowan in six seconds.