A number of noteworthy personalities in pro wrestling and the WWE either started out in adult films or drifted toward it after their in-ring careers were done. There are many wrestlers who did it on camera for money, while there are other WWE divas who did porn for the art. Regardless of the reason, whether it was in the ring or in the bedroom, they provided entertainment for the viewers at home.
Including Chyna, Mickie James, and more, this list features both male and female wrestlers.
Check out this list of some of the top WWE wrestlers and divas that starred in racy videos or made their own sex tapes.
The Ninth Wonder of the World and former WWE Intercontinental Champion was one of the top stars during WWE's Attitude Era and had one of the best selling issues of Playboy magazine of all time. After her in-ring career was done, Chyna went on to explore the adult entertainment world, releasing her infamous tape 1 Night in China and appearing in other adult features, most notably playing the Marvel superheroine She-Hulk in the 18+ parodies.
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Before she became a five-time WWE Women's Champion, a one-time WWE Divas Champion, and a three-time TNA Knockouts Champion, Mickie James was making ends meet by posing naked in a series of explicit still photos for publications and websites such as NaughtyMag.com. After James' wrestling career started to pick up steam, she left the industry to wrestle full time. Today, she is still wrestling for the Global Force Wrestling promotion while also performing as a country singer.
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This prominent member of Degeneration X and the nWo not only has several wrestling championships to his name, but an adult entertainment award as well. Sean "X-Pac" Waltman was featured in the infamous 1 Night in China video with his then-girlfriend Joanie "Chyna" Laurer. 1 Night in China would go on to become the Top Selling Release of the Year at the 2006 Adult Video Awards.
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The Hulkster's life was in disarray when a video of Hogan with his then-friend Bubba the Love Sponge's wife, Heather Clem, surfaced in 2012. "24-inch python" jokes and racial epithets aside, Hulk would take the website Gawker to court for posting and promoting footage from the tape online, stating it was an invasion of privacy since Hogan was unaware that he was being filmed. Hogan has been awarded $140 million in his lawsuit, but it is still pending appeal as of this writing.
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