Name the Wrestler #2

The second installment! I give you a clue and a championship that wrestler has held, you guess who it is from there.
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The selected championship for each wrestler is usually just one of many, typically the most notable.
Quiz by ElCanuck
Last updated: February 19, 2022
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Championship Held
Roared into mid-90's WWE like a mack truck. Went on to be the Outsider in WCW who led both the original and Wolfpac versions of the nWo.
WWF World Heavyweight
Kevin Nash
A true ECW original whose inventive style earned him the "Innovator of Violence" moniker. He was also a key figure in WWE's ECW, and later started his own "House of Hardcore" promotion.
ECW World Heavyweight
Tommy Dreamer
In his heyday in the mid 80's, this Iranian wrestler was regarded as one of his era's most notorious heels. Nowadays, he's more known for quasi-coherent Twitter rants.
WWF World Heavyweight
The Iron Sheik
In the 90's this WWE Hall of Famer was one half of one of WCW's most successful tag teams. In the 2000's he won the King of the Ring and became a five time world champion.
WWE World Heavyweight
Booker T
While selling out the Madison Square Garden regularly, this Hall of Famer became the longest reigning WWE champion, with his first of two reigns lasting 2,803 days.
WWWF World Heavyweight
Bruno Sammartino
While he might have started his WWE career in the Spirit Squad, the Showoff Zigged and Zagged his way to the top in no time.
WWE World Heavyweight
Dolph Ziggler
At Hell in the Cell 2016, this cousin of Snoop Dogg lost her championship when she competed in the first ever Hell in a Cell match and PPV main event to feature women.
WWE Women's Championship
Sasha Banks
This wrestler holds the distinction of being the first winner of the Royal Rumble in '89. You might know him best for his 2x4 board, American flag and his war cry of "HOOOO!"
WCW United States
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan
A French Canadian wrestler who first came to prominence in the mid 80's for the AWA as a face, but became an arrogant model in the WWF in the 90's.
AWA World Heavyweight
"The Model" Rick Martel
His career soared when he and his younger brother were one of the three teams to star in the original TLC matches. He later reinvented himself as Version 1.0 before he was found to be a bit... Broken.
TNA World Heavyweight
Matt Hardy
Easily one of the most recognizable masked wrestlers of the last twenty years. He led WCW's Cruiserweight division in the late 90's, but it was in WWE where he and his 619 move took off.
WWE World Heavyweight
Rey Mysterio Jr.
This Ghanaian-born wrestler entered WWE on their ECW brand with a Jamaican gimmick. More recently, he won the big one at WrestleMania 35 with his New Day pals cheering him on.
WWE World Heavyweight
Kofi Kingston
The "Straight Edge Superstar" was one of the 2010's most controversial WWE main event stars who seemingly retired at his peak. His career resumed in AEW years later.
WWE World Heavyweight
CM Punk
He is the last surviving member of this Texas wrestling family dynasty of the 80's. He stood out from his brothers by being the only one to wrestle barefoot.
NWA/WCWA American Heavyweight
Kevin Von Erich
This Texan was pretty Stunning in the WCW, but it was his beer swilling, ass-kicking defiance of authority that defined the Attitude Era in the WWE. And that's the bottom line.
WWE World Heavyweight
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin
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