Having a home is one of the great necessities in life.
Not just a place to rest your head, a home for many people represent a sense of identity, self-worth and belonging in the world. Unfortunately, a home is not a guaranteed right.
Even some WWE Superstars (many of whom now live in mansions), have at some point in their career, been forced out of their homes and have had to rest their head wherever they are able.
Whether it be to cut costs, a troubled background or a multitude of other reasons, these WWE Superstars struggled to find a bed for the night.
Here are five WWE Superstars who found themselves without a home before making it big in the wrestling world.
#5: Mick Foley
Mick Foley may be a three-time WWE Champion and bestselling author, but many of his most fervent detractors have argued that the Hall of Famer didn't have the right look.
To be fair, Foley wasn't known for being 6'8'' and bulging with muscles, instead wearing loose cheap clothes during matches. Perhaps this frugality during his WWE career was ingrained in him in his early career when he started wrestling in the 1980s.
Early in his career, Foley was someone who would save his money by sleeping in his car or on donated cots instead of investing in a home, something covered in great detail in his first autobiography 'Have a Nice Day'.
As a family man, Foley now has an incredible home for his wife and children, as it's clear the Hardcore Legend has the funds to truly enjoy life post-wrestling.