Top 10 Most Strongest Wrestlers In WWE History

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Dwayne Johnson 

The Rock, sometimes known as Dwayne Johnson, was born on May 2, 1972. He's an American actor and professional wrestler.

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Mark Henry

In the WWE, Mark is said to as the strongest man in the world. He was a former Olympic weightlifter who set many records.

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Big Show

Fans of the fledgling WWE now may not recognise the influence Billy Graham had on the sport of wrestling in the 1980s.

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Steve Austin

Stone Cold joined Chris Adams' academy at the Dallas Sportatorium to begin his wrestling career in 1989.

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Brock Lesnar

Brock, a former heavyweight title of the UFC, was one of the names Vince McMahon had his eye on for his team.

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Randy Orton

On April 25, 2002, on SmackDown, Randy Orton defeated Hardcore Holly in his first-ever televised WWE match.

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John Cena

John Cena isn't as muscular as the other athletes on this list, but don't let that fool you—he still swung two of them.

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Kane has played a variety of roles since his debut as Isaac Yankem and then as Fake Diesel, but none have been significant.

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The Undertaker 

The former world heavyweight champion, The Undertaker, may not be as strong as the other WWE superstars on this list.

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Hulk Hogan

At Wrestle Mania 3 more than 32 years ago, his slam on Andre the Giant startled the entire globe.

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