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The real names of WWE wrestlers can be found online through Prowrestling.com and Wikipedia. Prowrestling.com has a master list of professional wrestlers' real names organized alphabetically by stage name. Wikipedia has a page listing WWE personnel broken down in sections by gender, roster and job fu

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WWE's official power rankings of Oct. 16, 2015,call John Cena the top wrestler in the organization. WhatCulture calls Seth Rollins the best WWE wrestler of 2015.

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Developmental (or entry level) wrestlers in the WWE typically bring home around $25,000 while marquee superstars earn up to $3 million plus other perks per year. Individual earnings vary widely depending on the stage and caliber of the individual wrestler's career.

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As of 2015, some of the most popular WWE wrestlers seen on the company's weekly "Smackdown" broadcast include John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns. The company no longer has its roster split between the "Raw" and "Smackdown" broadcasts as it once did.

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John Cena was the highest-paid WWE entertainer in 2014. His salary was a reported 3 million dollars as stated on Therichest.

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Famous WWE wrestlers include Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, The Undertaker, John Cena, Batista and Eddie Guerrero, all of whom were ranked by WWE staff as being among the top 15 WWE Smackdown stars of all time. Other famous WWE wrestlers include Triple H, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Edge.

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The WWE did not disclose the names of the WWE wrestlers suspended for steroids, but according to ESPN, a close source listed Shoichi Funaki, Adam "Edge" Copeland, Shane Helms, Dave Bautista, John "Johnny Nitro" Hennigan, Eddie Guerrero, Chris "Masters" Mordetsky, Chris Benoit and Brian "Crush" Adams

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Former WWE wrestlers Ox Baker and Sean O'Haire passed away in 2014. Warrior, who was formerly known as James Brian Hellwig and performed as "The Ultimate Warrior," passed away mere days after his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame and an appearance on Monday Night Raw.

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Deceased WWF/WWE wrestlers include Owen Hart, The Ultimate Warrior, Eddie Guerrero and Andre the Giant. Owen Hart died due to an in-ring accident, while the others died outside the ring.

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WWE wrestler Edge's real name is Adam Copeland. He was born in Ontario, Canada, on Oct. 30, 1973. Copeland first started wrestling in the 1990s under the ring name Sexton Hardcastle. He started wrestling in the WWF in 1996 making $210 per week, then debuted in the WWE in 1998. Copeland has been marr