6 WWE Superstars who had several names

Superstars Nikki A.S.H. and Dolph Ziggler were known by different names earlier in WWE.
Superstars Nikki A.S.H. and Dolph Ziggler were known by different names earlier in WWE.

#4 WWE Superstar - Commander Azeez

Commander Azeez is currently signed to WWE RAW as a bodyguard for the former Intercontinental Champion, Apollo Crews.

He debuted in WWE at the Greatest Royal Rumble in 2018 as Babatunde and was eliminated by Braun Strowman. He then underwent a second name change to become Dabba-Kato when he debuted on RAW Underground in August 2020. Azeez was supposed to debut on the main roster with the same name, albeit it never happened.

The giant was then repackaged as Commander Azeez. He debuted this new gimmick at WrestleMania 37, helping Apollo Crews beat Big E for the IC title, and has continued in this avatar.

#3 WWE Superstar - Dolph Ziggler

Dolph Ziggler has certainly attained great heights in WWE both as a singles competitor and a tag team.

The former two-time World Heavyweight Champion and three-time WWE Tag Team Champion competes on Monday Night RAW with his partner Robert Roode as the Dirty Dawgs.

Having said this, Dolph debuted back in 2005 as Nick Nemeth, his first on-screen name. He was the enforcer and side-kick for Chavo Gurrero at the time, who had a golfer's gimmick. After splitting from him, Dolph became a part of Spirit Squad until late 2006. Dolph briefly left WWE to compete in developmental territories for two years.

In September 2008, he returned to WWE and was repackaged as Dolph Ziggler. The new gimmick and name gave him immense success in the business, which continues to date.