Looking for information on WWE Stars: and wonder where are they now? Many people often wonder where wrestlers go after their professional wrestling careers are over. This article will give you some insight on the whereabouts of a few WWE stars from the '70s through the 90s.
Diamond Dallas Page held many positions in WWE before turning into a star, such as manager and commentator. DDP, a former WWE World Champion, developed an exercise program called Dynamic Resistance after an injury he sustained when he was still with WCW, which he is still promoting and selling.
The Honky Tonk Man was active in the WWE from 1977 through 2001. He is still a member of the independent circuit and makes an occasional appearance on WWE Raw. The Honky Tonk Man is known for winning the Intercontinental Championship, which he hold for the longest out of any wrestler in WWE history. The Honky Tonk Man, who is now in his late 50s, currently lives in Phoenix where he promotes independent wrestling throughout the world. The Honky Tonk Man enjoys spending time with his wife of over 20 years and his children.
Jake "The Snake" Roberts is famous for bringing a snake with him each and every time he stepped foot into the ring. Roberts normally brought Damien, a boa constrictor, to the ring with him. Jake "The Snake" Roberts has long been credited for developing the DDT, a wrestling movie that is still in use today. Roberts, who was born in 1955, developed a severe addiction to drugs and alcohol after he left the business in the late '90s. Roberts currently resides in Texas and spends most of his time today helping others overcome the addictions that he suffered from for many years.
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