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10 Coolest Cars That Wrestlers Own

Wrestling has been around for a long time now and it has only gotten bigger and better than ever. WWE is filled with many well-known people that have also broadened their career to acting like The Rock or singing in his own band like Chris Jericho. Wrestling is extremely entertaining and fun for the whole family. There's drama, never ending feuds, and well wrestling so there's something for everyone. WWE has even brought in professional UFC light-heavyweight Champion, Chuck Liddell and UFC fighter Ronda Rousey to wrestle. So, it's easy to say that with how big wrestling has become these wrestlers can afford more than their fair share of awesome vehicles.

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And over the years the wrestlers have acquired some pretty awesome cars so, let's take a look at the top 10 Coolest cars wrestlers own.

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10 Stone Cold Steve Austin's Dodge Monster Truck

Stone Cold Steve Austin is an iconic wrestler that was very entertaining to watch. You never knew what he was going to do next. Stone Cold was tough and laid out many Stone Cold Stunners in his day, but one of his most memorable matches was against long feuding rival, The Rock.

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They had some amazing matches against each other from wrestling on top of a bridge, to no-holds-barred matches but no one could forget his very last match before retiring. On live television, Stone Cold demolished The Rock's Lincoln with his very own monster truck which not only makes this truck one of the coolest vehicles owned by a wrestler, but one of the greatest moments in WWE history.

9 Hulk Hogan's 2010 Camaro

Hulk Hogan is one of the most iconic wrestlers still today. Vince McMahon Sr. discovered the Hulk in 1979 and he made his debut match against Andre the Giant, which he won. Hulk Hogan's fans were diehard fans. At one point the Hulk was known as Mr. America but Hulk Hogan was a better fit for the now-retired wrestler. Hulkmania began in 1984 when the Hulk beat the Iron Sheik and became the new face of WWF, as it was called back then. The Hulk had his 2010 Camaro painted to match him, bold and bright.

8 Alundra Blaze's Monster Truck

Alundra Blaze more popularly known as Madusa Miceli is an Italian-American who is not only a three-time WWE Women's Champion but she's also a monster truck driver. She drove with Monster Jam and drove two back to back world championships. Madusa has made quite the name for herself and has proven the typical stereotypes that women can't drive big trucks and kick some butt.

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She has since retired from Monster Jam since 2016, but her truck lives on. They even made a Matchbox model of her truck Madusa. Although she gave up her title in WWE she did say she'd come back to fight Beth Phoenix back in 2012, but that has yet to happen.

7 John Cena's Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350

John Cena has gained a lot of fame since he started wrestling for WWE in 2002, so it's obvious this car-loving star has quite the collection of sweet rides. Among them is his Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350. John Cena started out rapping and put out a hit album at one point where he was called the Doctor of Thuganomics.

Continuing his career, Cena has become one of the most successful WWE wrestlers of all time and has a very impressive rap sheet. So, it's safe to assume he's raking in the dough, but he gives a lot back to his fans and promotes a positive message to "Never Give Up"  Cena has granted more than 600 Make-a-Wish visits and granted more requests than any other athlete in the organization's history.

6 Stone Cold Steve Austin's 1974 Camaro Z28

Stone Cold Steve Austin is a big fan of cars and one vehicle he bought from Texas was his 1974 Camaro Z28 that he had fully restored. Stone Cold has retired from wrestling but has turned to acting as his next career move. Stone Cold Steve Austin has starred in many films such as The Longest Yard, The Expendables, and played the lead role in The Condemned as well.

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More recently he has begun hosting his own television show called The Broken Skull Challenge and Redneck Island. Austin even has his own podcast now and doesn't show any sign of slowing down anytime soon.

5 The Rock's Rolls Royce Wraith

The Rock loves muscle cars but the problem is he can't always fit inside of them being 6 feet 4 inches tall. One of those that he has a hard time getting in is his Rolls Royce Wraith. It is a two-door coupe and is powered by a 6.5 liter twin-turbo V12 engine. The Rock a.k.a. Dwayne Johnson is not only a great wrestler, but is also a great actor starring in numerous movies. One of the more popular movies he's been in is the Fast and the Furious movies, and is now starring in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw, and Jumanji: The Next Level.

4 Jeff Hardy's Lamborghini Aventador

Jeff Hardy and his brother Matt Hardy have fought in the WWE ring for over two decades and have been fan favorites for quite some time now. Jeff and Matt won numerous tag team matches and wrestled as a team until Matt attacked Jeff out of jealousy. But they have since stopped fighting and have some pretty expensive cars.

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Jeff bought the Aventador for a reported $450,000. The car has made numerous television appearances alongside Jeff. Jeff's Lamborghini is stocked with a 6.5-liter engine and is fast, to say the least. The Aventador can go from zero to sixty in three seconds so Jeff has no excuse if he shows up late.

3 Vince McMahon's Bentley Continental GT

As chairman of WWE, Vince McMahon definitely has it in his budget to buy some luxurious items and when it comes to his cars he spares no expense. It has been reported that he spent $200,000 on his Bentley Continental GT. Then on top of purchasing the car, spent another $100,000 on a stereo system which is extremely extravagant. But Vince McMahon does enjoy the finer things in life. But maybe purchasing this vehicle wasn't his best choice.

It's a beautiful car but Vince hasn't had the best of luck since he purchased his Bentley. Back in 2015 someone had stolen his vehicle and he later found it in the Bronx. At least he got it back, but that wasn't the end of the Bentley's bad luck. More recently Vince got into a car accident outside WWE headquarters but thankfully he wasn't injured. Maybe there is some good luck in this Bentley after all.

2 Triple H's Lamborghini Huracan

Paul Michael Levesque, better known as Triple H started wrestling in 1995 and has made quite the name for himself. He produced NXT and is now the Executive Vice President of Talent Live Events and Creative for WWE since 2013. Triple H became a fan favorite quick and has moved up in WWE over the years.

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He even managed to win Stephanie McMahon's heart as the couple got married back in 2003. Knowing his impressive resume, it's obvious that Triple H has made more than enough money to splurge on some expensive cars, The Lamborghini Huracan is quite expensive even for the basic model. Which makes this supercar an impressive trophy.

1 Goldberg's 1965 Shelby Cobra

William Goldberg, known as Goldberg in the ring, has been wrestling since the 90s. Although Goldberg is famously known as a WWE wrestling icon, it wasn't the first sport he played in. Goldberg played for the Los Angeles Rams as a defensive tackle between 1990 and 1995. Goldberg owns a 1965 Shelby Cobra which is a rare find. From 1965 to 1967 Shelby started the production of the Shelby Cobra and only made 348 cars. Finding an original Shelby Cobra can cost someone about a million dollars if you find someone willing to sell theirs, that is.

Carroll Shelby was big into racing and figuring out how to make cars drive faster, Shelby wasn't afraid to push the limits on what a car could handle. Which is why these little cars came equipped with a big block 7-liter engine and could go from 0 to 60 mph in just over four seconds. Which ended up ruing some of the original Shelby Cobras due to car accidents because people weren't used to handling that much power. Finding an original 1965 Shelby Cobra can be a hard task, but you can still get replica Shelby kit cars made at Shelby American in Las Vegas. There are more than 60,000 replicas made over the years because the Shelby Cobra is still one of the most wanted cars out there today.

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