5 WWE Superstars Who Are Also Real-Life Superheroes
In WWE, we see two types of wrestlers. One is a babyface (a hero) and the other is a heel (a villain). John Cena, for instance, is one of WWE's biggest faces of all time whereas Vince McMahon, in my opinion, is a great example of a pure heel.
Being a heel or a face isn’t a piece of cake. A lot of work and commitment is required to work as a top star in WWE. And even though everything in WWE is merely entertainment, today’s kids often see face wrestlers as their heroes and heels as villains.
It is also a reason why most of the time face wrestlers do enormous things in WWE. However, being a hero isn’t just a role a wrestler plays as in many instances; WWE Superstars have proved that they are not just heroes in sports entertainment but also in real life.
In this article, we will take a look at 5 WWE Superstars who are also real-life life heroes.
#5 Shawn Daivari
A majority of the WWE remember Shawn Daivari for playing a controversial character in WWE alongside Muhammad Hassan. His gimmick quickly became one of the most hated in WWE and even though the fans don’t see him as their hero, he still is one of them. In 2005, UPN requested the WWE obeyed them.
Daivari then managed Kurt Angle for some time and then The Great Khali. The fans didn’t really like him but in 2012, he gained the attention of media when he chocked a passenger who was threatening to kill everyone on a train. The situation became tensed and then Daivari used his wrestling skills to calm the situation down.
He chocked the drunken passenger and made him unconscious and handed him to the cops who were informed by other passengers sitting in the train.