5 WWE Superstars who wrestled in 5 different decades
As demanding as Professional Wrestling is, there have been numerous Superstars in its storied history who have spent the better part of their lives squaring off against other wrestlers inside the squared circle. The pro wrestling business takes a lot out of a wrestler, and there are several examples out there to remind us of the same.
Possibly the greatest Pro Wrestling career of all time, Stone Cold Steve Austin's WWE stint was cut short in 2003, due to a neck injury. The same happened with Edge in 2011. Then there are many who tackled injuries of all kinds and kept wrestling, regardless of their age.
In the list below, we will take a look at 5 WWE legends who wrestled in 5 different decades.
#5 Greg Valentine
The WWE Hall of Famer kicked off his Pro Wrestling career way back in the 70s and is still participating in indie events to this day. He wrestled for Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling in the mid to late 70s. For the next several years, he switched between Mid-Atlantic and WWE multiple times. He garnered worldwide recognition during his WWE stint in the 80s. Valentine also wrestled in WCW, and is still active on the independent circuit, thus wrestling in five different decades: 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, and 2010s!
#4 The Fabulous Moolah
Regarded by many as being the greatest female wrestler of all time, The Fabulous Moolah was a major attraction during a time when Pro Wrestling was heavily dominated by men. She began her career in the 60s, made her way to WWE in the 80s, and kicked off a feud with Cyndi Lauper and Wendi Richter. In September 2004, she teamed up with Mae Young to take on Dawn Marie and Torrie Wilson in a TV match, thus wrestling in her fifth straight decade! Moolah was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1995, becoming the first woman to bag the honor.