Top 25 WWE Superstar logos of all time

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WWE have had thousands of superstars over the years, and many of them, especially the top dogs, have their own unique logos. It is important, as it is very much part of the brand that they are building. WWE logos are very important, not just for the company. WWE logos are also something that we associate a star within our heads. Think of Kevin Owens or Sami Zayn’s logo. It already popped in your head. Now, practically every superstar has a logo, but it is something that they build around and keep as part of their identities. As important a character is for talent, a logo is as well. A couple of months back on Battleground, the common theme in the video packages were the talents holding flags bearing their logos. And with the “War” theme, it really suited the pay-per-view overall. A PPV like Survivor Series would definitely be focusing on the show logos rather than the WWE superstar logos, but still. Post-draft, Raw and Smackdown Live got their own logos as well heading into a new era. So you see, WWE logos are indeed very important. Let’s take a look at the 25 best WWE superstar logos of all time:

25)Sasha Banks

Legit Boss

When Sasha Banks came to NXT, she was just a happy-go-lucky girl whose character was living her dream. However, in WWE, character is everything, and she developed the persona of a cocky, sophisticated, rich, pretentious woman influenced by her cousin Snoop Dogg. The Boss character was instantly a hit, and there is no logo suiting her better than the shiny diamond studs.

24)Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins war cry since his injury

When Seth Rollins got injured, his slogan and promise was to "Redesign, Rebuild, Reclaim". It was a long journey to Rollins' return, but when he did, he did it with full impact. The logo perfectly captures his title as The Architect, and the transformation Seth Rollins had undergone over the course of these months.


Asuka, The Empress Of Tomorrow

Asuka came in with heavy impact. Within six months, she became NXT Women’s Champion. She is almost a full year into her NXT career and she is still yet to be defeated. Asuka’s unique character and great work have made many to believe she is the single best female worker in WWE. Her logo perfectly captures the essence of her character – the essence of Japan, and the mystery of her.


The Icon

Sting concluded a legendary career this year when he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. He was the face of WCW. His “Crow” character was what truly cemented him as one of the greatest icons in pro wrestling history. His logo goes in tone with his face paint and his mythical status.


The spray paint represented DX’s spirit

D-Generation-X is one of the most iconic factions in WWE history. They have had several members in them, the two most notable being Triple H and Shawn Michaels. The spray paint logo is a good representation of the faction’s rebellious and out-of-this-world craziness which they were known for. Heel or face, DX were not within the mould of the system.

20)The Shield

The Hounds Of Justice

What made The Shield so unique was that each member brought something different to the table. The Shield were aptly termed as the hounds of justice, and have dominated WWE, whether together or seperate. The importance of this faction lies in the fact that the three of them now are integral parts of the main event scene in The New Era. The logo of the hounds suits the three superstars.

19)The Hart Foundation

The Canadian group were an integral part of the New Generation

The Hart Foundation, led by Bret “The Hitman” Hart were polarizing figures in the 1990s. In the late 90s, they were heels in the United States while babyfaces every other country. The unique blend of talent in the faction all bound together by their sense of nationalism made for an extremely badass logo. Then again, only the Harts could make pink seem badass.

18)Roddy Piper

The iconic logo for one of The Golden Era’s greatest villains.

Roddy Piper was one of the integral parts of the Golden Era, being a top heel along with the likes of Ted Dibiase. Though Piper never held the world title, many felt that he did not need it. However, his Hot Rod logo has become a thing of legend, just like the legendary career that he created.


One of the major stars of the Ruthless Aggression era

In 2005, Edge began getting his first singles push. He began to call himself the Rated R Superstar. Edge was one of the greatest heels of not only that era but of all time. It’s simply hard to reach the level of heat that he got. His Rated R Superstar logo could not suit him any better since he truly was one of the greatest stars in WWE history.

16)Brock Lesnar

The Beast Incarnate

Brock Lesnar has only been in WWE for a total of six years, out of which four have been part time. However, Lesnar being the unique freak athlete that he is, can steamroll, and has steamrolled over any opponent that has come in his path. The fact that we still don’t know who is going to conquer him truly makes his logo of the raging beast apt for him, because that is just what he is.

15)CM Punk

The symbol of the anti-establishment.

CM Punk has always been a standout character, but the WWE rendition of the Summer Of Punk in 2011 shot his career up to the moon. He gained an insane amount of momentum with the fans, and his anti-establishment character is something that people could clearly get behind. The logo of rebellion is for CM Punk and CM Punk only.

14)Shawn Michaels

Part of what made The New Generation so unique

A flamboyant character is almost a guaranteed recipe for failure today. However, only one man could ever pull it off – the Heart Break Kid Shawn Michaels. His logo of the snake, the sword, and the heart is a perfect representation of his flamboyance, his persistence and his viciousness, which is a recipe that makes him an all-time great.

13)Eddie Guerrero

No one could captivate an audience the way Latino Heat could

Calling Eddie Guerrero merely a legend is a gross understatement. Eddie had a unique presence and was able to capture the hearts of the millions of people in arena’s and homes. He was crowned the Undisputed WWE Champion in 2004 February. His Scarface logo with him holding the championship is a perfect homage to the greatness that was Eddie Guerrero.

12)Dusty Rhodes

The Common Man

What made Dusty Rhodes stand out in the land of giants and muscular men was his unique look – that of a common man. He did not win over people by his appearance, but by his magical verbal ability which helped captivate millions of people watching on television. His gimmick was being the son of a plumber. The fact that he made it to that level, truly makes him the definition of The American Dream.

11)Cactus Jack/Mick Foley

One of the three faces of Foley

Mick Foley, just like Dusty Rhodes, stood out based on his unique look. However, he had the reputation of being the hardcore legend. He had three faces – Dude Love, Cactus Jack, and Mankind. He is perhaps most famous for Cactus Jack. His “Wanted Dead” logo was the perfect suit for his larger than life character.

10)The Ultimate Warrior

A symbol that appealed to millions

The Ultimate Warrior was Hulk Hogan’s successor. His larger than life persona of being the energetic and bizarre babyface captured the hearts of millions. The image was the design that Warrior used to paint his face. However, it is more than just a symbol. It is more like war paint, and something that truly appealed to people.

9)John Cena

Cena has stuck by this for over 11 years

Jon Cena is undoubtedly one of the most polarizing figures in wrestling history. However, he has been the top star of the WWE for over a decade now, and his hard work and dedication in leading the brand is undeniable. The slogan Hustle, Loyalty, Respect does not just apply to John Cena’s character, but to the man himself.

08)Randy Savage

One of the greatest icons of WWE

During a time absolutely dominated by Hulk Hogan, the Macho Man Randy Savage managed to stand toe-to-toe with wrestling’s biggest icons. Without the Macho Man, there would be no Golden Era, and WWE would probably not be what it is today. The logo gives an outlay of the Macho Man, one of the most influential figures in professional wrestling history.

07)The Undertaker

The Phenom has used this to represent himself

The Undertaker is considered to be the greatest WWE superstar of all time. Undertaker’s mythical character was unlike any other, and he scared many kids, but he is without a doubt the most universally respected figure in WWE. No one’s loyalty matches The Deadman’s. The Phenom’s symbol is a representation of his larger-than-life mythical character which has captivated audiences for over two and a half decades.


The New World Order took over professional wrestling

Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Hulk Hogan lead a faction that was an absolute game changer in professional wrestling. The NWO storyline drew in millions to WCW, and helped them defeat WWE in the ratings for over 80 straight weeks. It is hard to argue that the logo does not represent the single greatest faction in pro-wrestling history.


Evolution is a mystery

There was nothing that wasn’t cool about evolution. The faction comprising of Triple H, Ric Flair, an upstart Randy Orton and Batista had it all. They were an integral part of the Raw brand for two full years. It also helped shape Randy Orton and Batista who would go on to be main event players for years to come. Apart from just having the coolest theme song ever, Evolution had an incredible logo to represent.

04)Triple H

Triple H always had everything in grand fashion

The Cerebral Assasin, The King Of Kings, The Game, whatever you want to call him, there is one thing that suits Triple H: a legendary figure of the business. Triple H was and still always is an integral part of WWE’s most important storylines. He too had Motorhead play his theme song, and has also had the greatest Wrestlemania entrances ever. Triple H’s logo is perfectly fitting of his King Of Kings character.

03)The Rock

Know your damn role!

There is nothing that can be said about The Brahma Bull that hasn’t already been said. He was the face of the company, one of the only four. At his prime, there was no one hotter than The Rock was. His Brahma Bull persona and his catchphrases make his logo one of the greatest ever, just like him.

02)Hulk Hogan

Whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on you, brother!?

Say what you will about Hulk Hogan, but wrestling would not be what it is today. While the last year has seen the Hulkster reeked in controversy, the Hulkamania brand was something of wonder back in The Golden Era. That is why the yellow and red logo is second on the list. Everything about it spells iconic.

01)Stone Cold Steve Austin

Was there any other option?

The reason that we picked this as number 1 was because of the fact that Austin 3:16 slogan was one of the factors that shot Stone Cold up into the sky. The Austin 3:16 then turned into the highest-selling shirt in WWE history, something that has still not been topped. Stone Cold was one of the reasons that WWF became the hot product and eventually beat WCW in the ratings and eventually bought them out. Stone Cold has the greatest logo of all time.

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