A&E Network and WWE Studios are giving fans an exclusive look behind the curtain in an all-new Sunday night programming partnership. With unprecedented access to WWE’s archive, the ten-week programming block features eight original two-hour documentaries under the award-winning “Biography” banner showcasing the stories behind some of the most memorable WWE Superstars of all time including "Stone Cold" Steve Austin®, “Macho Man” Randy Savage®, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper™, Booker T®, Shawn Michaels®, Bret Hart, Mick Foley and Ultimate Warrior. The new “Biography" specials are helmed by some of the industry’s top directors and storytellers to chronicle the success of these WWE Legends and their lasting mark on both sports entertainment and popular culture.
The pro wrestling legend became a singular figure in his sport for his ability to engage audiences through the characters of Cactus Jack, Mankind, Dude Love and, eventually, himself.
The WWE superstar was at the top of his game, but drug and alcohol abuse plagued his life.
The pro wrestling icon and his manager wife fell in and out of love as they navigated the turbulent world of their profession.
The wrestler faced numerous challenges on his way to becoming a WWE legend.
Despite their rivalry in the ring, the WWE stars had a camaraderie that transcended their time in the ring.
From his embarrassing childhood nickname to the story behind his tattoos, here are some facts about the wrestler turned Hollywood star.
After casting a wrestler in her music video for "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," the singer became a ringside staple.
The WWE champion turned Hollywood leading man is just one of many relatives who used the ring as a springboard to stardom.