Name the Wrestler #3

Back for a third quiz! 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 27, 2022
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First submittedFebruary 20, 2022
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Championship Held
A second generation wrestler out of Amarillo, Texas who was known for his colourful antics and wild brawling style in the NWA and Japan. An icon and pioneer of the hardcore wrestling scene.
NWA World Heavyweight
Terry Funk
While she might be best remembered for managing the Macho Man, the Heartbreak Kid, and Harlem Heat; she was a "Scary" force to be reckoned with as a wrestler in her own right in the 80's.
AWA World Women's Championship
"Sensational" Sherri Martel
Before leading the Nation of Domination and forming the APA tag team, this former NFL Defensive Tackle became a world champion in WCW. That's something to be "Damn" proud of.
WCW World Heavyweight
Ron Simmons
He was a "Rated-R" household name and top heel in the WWE in the 2000's until a neck injury forced him to retire. Shocked the world with a surprise return at the 2020 Royal Rumble.
WWE World Heavyweight
This big man stormed into WWE as a subordinate in the cult-ish Wyatt Family. It was in AEW that he proved his own leadership qualities with his group, the Dark Order.
AEW TNT Championship
Brodie Lee
Speaking of cult-ish groups, this guy had both the Nest and the Flock following him in ECW and WCW respectively in the late 90's. A master of cryptic promos and the Evenflow DDT.
ECW World Heavyweight
This Lucha Libre-trained, masked Japanese wrestler might be best known for holding ten championships at once during a joint run between New Japan and WCW in the mid-90's.
IWGP Junior Heavyweight
Ultimo Dragon
Indy hardcore star prior to his WWE run as a member of the Shield. Broke out as a star in his own right, left WWE, had a good run in New Japan, and redefined himself in AEW.
AEW World Heavyweight
Jon Moxley
Came to fame in the WWE as the red-haired, high-flying daredevil manager of Matt and Jeff. Her own matches helped elevate the women's division when it needed it the most in the 2000's.
WWE Women's Championship
One of Ring of Honor's original stars, this So-Cal resident would become a central figure in TNA's X-Division at its peak.The former "Fallen Angel" is now AEW's Head of Talent Relations.
RoH World Championship
Christopher Daniels
The 8th Wonder of the World, the king of the battle royal, and wrestling's largest legend. If you don't know who this is by now, what if we told you he was Fezzik in The Princess Bride?
WWF World Heavyweight
Andre the Giant
Since retiring from the ring, he's become a highly successful Yoga instructor. In his heyday, he was a major WCW star whose Diamond Cutter made many an opponent "Feel the Bang".
WCW World Heavyweight
Diamond Dallas Page
In late 90's WWF, this guy found his audience when he and his mannequin head asked the world "What does everybody want?"
WWF European Championship
Al Snow
This British wrestler was a regular on "World of Sport" until he got his break in the U.S. with WCW as a snobby blue blood; a character he continued into the late 2000's in WWE.
WWE Intercontinental
William Regal
Now a multi-millionaire A-list Hollywood star; he's a third generation, bonafide wrestling legend and the Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment. If you Smell What he's Cookin'.
WWE World Heavyweight
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
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