10)The Ultimate Warrior
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.