Martin "Marty" Lunde, better known by his stage name of Arn Anderson (born September 20, 1958 in Rome, Georgia), is an American professional wrestler, regarded by most professional wrestling experts as the greatest professional wrestler never to have won a world title. His career has been highlighted by his alliances with Ric Flair and various members of the elite wrestling stable, " The Four Horsemen". ...more on Wikipedia about "Arn Anderson"
Brad Anderson is a professional wrestler and is the son of legendary wrestler Gene Anderson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brad Anderson (wrestler)"
Bryant Anderson (Brian Rogowski) was a professional wrestler and is the son of the legendary Ole Anderson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Rogowski"
Chris Wright (aka C.W. Anderson) is a professional wrestler who became famous when working for Extreme Championship Wrestling during its dying days. ...more on Wikipedia about "C.W. Anderson"
Gene Anderson (born 1933 in Minneapolis, Minnesota; died October 31, 1991) was a professional wrestler famous for his days of teaming with his "brother" Ole Anderson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gene Anderson"
Lawrence Heinemi was a professional wrestler better known by the name of Lars Anderson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lawrence Heinemi"
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew was a professional wrestling tag team that was formed by Gene Anderson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Minnesota Wrecking Crew"
Alan Rogowski (better known as Ole Anderson) was a professional wrestling performer and promotion executive. He held numerous NWA World Tag Team Championships with his "brother" Gene, and was "related" to Arn Anderson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ole Anderson"
Richard Morgan Fliehr (born February 25, 1949 in Memphis, Tennessee), better known by his ring name "Nature Boy" (adopted from "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers) Ric Flair, is an American professional wrestler currently with WWE on its RAW brand, and is currently its Intercontinental Champion for his first ever reign. He has been one of the leading personalities in professional wrestling since the mid 1970s and is considered to be among the elite names in the history of the industry. His total number of world title reigns is debated, with some arguing that he has had as many as twenty two world title reigns, while others only recognize sixteen. His entrance music is the "Dawn" section of Richard Strauss' Also sprach Zarathustra. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ric Flair"
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