Copeland (known as Edge) held 31 championships in the WWE, including 11 world championships. He is also one of three wrestlers who have held every currently active male championship in the WWE.
Taylor was an NCAA champion for Iowa State in 1972 and 1973 and a bronze medalist at the 1972 Olympics. He had a three-year career with the AWA beginning in 1974. Taylor died at the age of 29 in 1979.
Watts was a successful wrestler and promoter. He was ranked in the top 10 worldwide for over 25 years.
George Napolitano specialized in professional wrestling photography. He has authored several pictorial books, including “Hot Shots and High Spots,” “Wrestling Heroes and Villains,” “This is Wrestling!” and “The Pictorial History of Wrestling: The Good the Bad and the Ugly” ( with Bert Randolph Sugar).
The Former AWA star was part of the “High Flyers“, a tag team that included Greg Gagne. Brunzell also has a very successful run in the WWE as one half of the Killer Bees tag team with Brian Blair.
Hughes is a nine-time World Welterweight Champion of the UFC, with a 45-9 career record. He was also a two-time Division I wrestling All-American for Eastern Illinois in the 158-pound weight class.
Flair has one of the longest and most distinguished careers in professional wrestling. He was a 16-time world champion with titles in the NWA, WCW, and WWE.