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13 Odd Post-Wrestling Jobs

OddBannerPerhaps odd isn’t a fair word for this one, but I liked how it looked on the headline. That being said, here’s what this one is all about: For every story like Mick Foley or Ric Flair — wrestlers who have made a second career of being a novelty act — or someone like Jerry Lawler — who has transitioned into an on-air, non-wrestling role and made quite a living off of it — we have guys who need to actually get a real job when their wrestling days are done. Oh, sure, they might still take independent bookings, but if you’ve ever worked in that scene, you know that unless you’re bringing in a huge name, a booking or two a weekend isn’t going to do much to pay the bills.

So, with this, we’re going to take a look at the wrestlers who have, for one reason or another, left the business and gotten themselves a most unexpected job.

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  • Mikey Shango #DunDunDuuunnnnnn

    Val Venis job isn’t odd lol I use to do it

    • Joseph Lisnow

      watching wrestling was better?

  • AuctionPicker

    Marc Mero spoke to my middle school when he was in WCW. Told us to not do drugs.

  • AuctionPicker

    some of these don’t seem odd

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