Go Hard Or Go Home: The WWE Celebs Quiz

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Are you a face? Or a heel? There's only one way to know — and beware of flying chairs. You may know your old school WWE wrestlers, but are you up on the current roster?

This two-time Royal Rumble Match winner and former Heavyweight Champion recently starred in the 2015 rom-com "Trainwreck."

When he's not busy donating his time to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, John Cena is making his mark in Hollywood. Will he soon be adding an Oscar to his belt?

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The fiery-headed Stephen Farrelly joined the WWE family in 2009 and soon got to work as a villain, throwing John Cena through a table. What WWE name does Mr. Farrelly go by?

The Irish wrestler known as Sheamus (née Stíofán Ó Fearghaile) has worn many titles over his WWE career. He defeats his opponents with power moves like the Brogue Kick and the Irish Curse Backbreaker. He was also once a bodyguard for Bono of U2!

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This WWE Hall of Famer had a running feud with The Rock over the similarities of their finishing moves. He ended up losing his World Championship to The Rock in 2001.

Booker T called his move the Book End and The Rock called his The Rock Bottom. The Rock eventually reigned supreme, but Booker T remains a WWE and pro wrestling legend. And don't you forget it, sucka!

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Which WWE superstar was fired in 2014 for reportedly slapping an employee, only to return in 2015 during "Hell in a Cell?"

Albert Del Rio was let go from the organization in 2014 after an altercation with an employee. He sued the WWE to get out of the no-compete clause in his contract and won, but shocked fans when he returned during "Hell in a Cell" and defeated John Cena.

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What tag team staple likes to embrace positive vibes even when portraying villains?

The New Day, currently comprised of Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods, love to espouse positivity. Even so, they gained more fan popularity when they turned heel. Interestingly, even as a heel, Xavier identifies as a Brony - a hardcore fan of "My Little Pony."

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Which WWE Diva models her look after a character from "Magic: The Gathering?"

Becky Lynch, who previously wrestled under the name Rebecca Knox, hails from Dublin and uses the Dis-Arm-Her as her power move.

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This not-so-gentle giant used to be on his high school cheerleading team and is a huge fan of the Rat Pack.

Weighing in at 440 pounds and standing 7 feet tall, Big Show led an interesting life before joining the wrestling circuit. In his career at WWE, he's defeated The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker and Triple H.

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Covered in tattoos, this grappler has feuded with John Cena, the Rock, the Undertaker and Kane. His abrupt departure from WWE left many fans confused.

CM Punk, who has the words "Straight Edge" tattooed on his stomach, left the WWE in 2014 by stating he was "going home." Later he revealed he was suffering from myriad health issues, including a serious MRSA infection.

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The daughter of a pro wrestler, this Diva held the NXT Women's Championship for nearly 260 days.

Charlotte is the daughter of the one and only Ric Flair and uses her Figure Eight Leg Lock on her opponents with typical family flair.

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Fans look forward to this wrestler's antics at every January's Royal Rumble.

Kofi Kingston once walked on his hands to avoid elimination at a Royal Rumble, earning him a Slammy Award for "Tell Me I Did Not Just See That" Moment of the Year.

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Over the summer of 1999, a mysterious millennium clock began a countdown on Raw that left wrestlers and fans alike nervous and wondering. What happened when it hit zero?

As the clock struck zero, WWE's newest personality, Y2J, made his super-hyped debut. A legion of Jericholics was born.

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This wrestler from your nightmares actually made his televised debut as Jerry Lawler's private dentist, Isaac Yankem.

The Isaac Yankem gimmick only lasted from 1995 to 1996, after which Yankem would return to WWE rebranded as Kane. The Devil's Favorite Demon stands 7 feet tall and weighs more than 300 pounds.

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Over his career, this wrestler has gone from blueblood snob to leather jacket-wearing tough guy to corporate executive.

Triple H, full name Hunter Hearst Helmsley, is the current COO of WWE and husband of Stephanie McMahon. However, that doesn't stop him from jumping into the ring whenever necessary.

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Widely regarded as one of the greatest performers in professional wrestling, Steve Borden, Sr. is also known for his face paint and continuous career. What's his ring name?

Wrestling since 1987, Sting moved from colorful face paint and neon clothing to his dark and brooding personality in 1996. He has appeared in more than 100 Pay-Per-Views.

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This brotherly tag team duo is known for their penchant for driving wrestlers (and pretty much anyone they can find) through tables.

Using their double team move, the 3D, the Dudley Boyz often use tables as weapons and rivals as their victims. After a 10-year hiatus from WWE, they made a surprise return to Raw in summer 2015.

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A flamboyant wrestler who has left and returned to the WWE five times, this competitor is the son of a Hall of Famer and a testament to everything bizarre.

Goldust is the son of famed wrestler Dusty Rhodes. He's known for his sexually suggestive style, gold face paint and sleek bodysuit. He sometimes wears a platinum blonde wig.

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This WWE and reality show star's big, confident personality even attracted talk show legend Larry King to make an appearance on Raw.

The Miz, a former cast member of "The Real World" and "Tough Enough," parlayed his reality show success into a bona fide pro wrestling career. He even started his own talk show, gaining the attention of award-winning journalist Larry King.

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During the 2015 Night of Champions, this major showoff beat his opponent with the help of a high heeled shoe.

During a brutal rematch matchup after his defeat at Summerslam, Dolph Ziggler beat Rusev — after Rusev's girlfriend Summer Rae threw an unfortunately aimed shoe that hit the Bulgarian in the face.

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Which WWE Diva became the youngest Diva Champion in history, snatching the belt in her debut match the night after Wrestlemania XXX?

Paige made an unannounced debut on Raw to congratulate AJ Lee on winning the Championship on the previous night's Wrestlemania, only to be rewarded with a slap to the face and a challenge. The then-21-year-old emerged with the belt.

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What wrestling stable, who enjoy terrorizing other wrestles, uses a backwoods persona?

The Wyatt Family, led by Bray Wyatt and his ever-present rocking chair, pattern themselves after a backwoods cult. They have been known to enter the arena surrounded by Druids in sheep masks.

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RollingStone.com recently celebrated this dark lord's 25th anniversary with the WWE by posting a video of his most iconic wrestling moments — recreated by cats.

The Undertaker's long and storied career with WWE has lasted for a quarter century, as well as a 21-0 Wrestlemania winning streak that shockingly ended in 2014 at the hands of Brock Lesnar.

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Which member of Team B.A.D. is also known as "The Boss?"

Sasha Banks, one-third of Team Beautiful and Dangerous, is part of the WWE Diva's "revolution." She's held the NXT Women's Championship and locks down her opponents with The Bank Statement.

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Which Canadian wrestler's signature move is called the Pop-up Powerbomb?

Kevin Owens, hailing from Quebec, uses his devastating powerbomb to slam his opponents into the ring apron. This move helped him defeat John Cena at Money in the Bank 2015, and even used it to attack rapper Machine Gun Kelly. Reason? Because he "felt like it."

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Which WWE personality — who has a strong family connection — has evolved from being a dashing narcissist to a comic book supervillian?

Stardust, who previously wrestled under the name "Dashing" Cody Rhodes, is the half-brother of Goldust and son of Dusty Rhodes. He no longer answers to Cody and wears facepaint with a distinctive star.

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At SummerSlam 2004, he became the youngest wrestler ever to win the World Heavyweight Champion belt.

Although he only held onto that belt for a month, losing it to Triple H, Randy Orton went on to win several other belts. His signature move, RKO, and violent attacks on his enemies keep his rivals on their toes.

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This wrestler, born Austin Watson, is known for his positive outlook on life and forming The New Day stable after extending an offer to a continually losing team.

Although Xavier Woods and The New Day are Tag Team champs, Woods' talents don't end inside the ring. He holds a Ph.D. in educational psychology, a bachelor's degree in philosophy and a master's in psychology. He's also a hardcore videogamer with his own YouTube channel.

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This former college wrestling champ was responsible for one of the most shocking events at Wrestlemania over the past 10 years. Who is he and what did he do?

Brock Lesnar shocked the WWE universe when he beat the Undertaker at WrestleMania 30. The two would go on to grapple each other several more times, with the Undertaker taking a controversial win at SummerSlam 2015.

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Which powerful member of the McMahon family once ran for public office?

Linda McMahon, married to Vince McMahon since 1966, developed the wildly successful WWE with her husband. She made sporadic on-screen appearances, but left in 2009 to make two failed runs for the United States Senate.

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During the 2015 Royal Rumble, The Rock made a surprise appearance to help this wrestler emerge victorious.

Roman Reigns entered the Rumble at No. 19. The Rock made a shocking return to the ring to assist Reigns in eliminating Kane and Big Show — giving Reigns the time to defeat Rusev and win the Rumble and a ticket to Wrestlemania.

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Which electrifying personality is the first third-generation wrestler in WWE history?

The Rock, also known as "The Most Electrifying Man in All of Entertainment," has professional wrestling in his blood. His grandfather, Peter Maivia, and his father, Rocky Johnson, also wrestled. The Rock, aka Dwayne Johnson, is also a huge Hollywood star.

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Inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, this longtime superstar challenged the Miz for the WWE title at 61 years old.

Known as "The King," Lawler provides color commentary during Smackdown and Pay-Per-View events. He once suffered a heart attack on the air but came back stronger than ever. (However, he lost that bout to the Miz.)

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Who were the members of The Shield?

The Shield, consisting of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose, would fight for injustice in the ring. They disbanded in 2014 when Rollins attacked Ambrose and Reigns with a chair and joined The Authority.

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