WWE Superstar and former member of the Shield
Sure, sports-entertainment might not be the first thing that pops into your head when you think of a “family business.” But the fact of the matter is grapplers have been passing on the secrets of wristlocks and hammer throws to their offspring since the 1930s when a band of interrelated terrors known as The Dirty Duseks raised hell across Nebraska. Since then, the sons and daughters of sports-entertainment greats have inherited a passion for the squared circle the same way most of us inherit nearsightedness or male pattern baldness.
With second and third-generation talent in mind, WWE Classics set out to rank the 15 greatest families in WWE history, because when it comes to sports-entertainment, family matters.
See the list of families here: