Can You Name These Wrestlemania Champions from a Photo?

By: Bambi Turner
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Can you tell Hulk Hogan from Stone Cold Steve Austin, or the Undertaker from the Ultimate Warrior? Know the difference between Rob Van Dam and Razor Roman, or Rick Rude and the Rock? Take our quiz to see if you can name all of these Wrestlemania champions!

Wrestlemania is the Super Bowl of the wrestling world, featuring the biggest stars in the sport body slamming and leg-locking their way to victory in the ring. The PPV event draws millions of viewers, as returning legends tangle with wrestling hopefuls to see who really deserves to wear that belt. 

The event started in 1985, when WWE owner Vince McMahon dreamed up an ultimate wrestling showcase. Since then, every pro wrestler you've ever heard of, and many rising stars, have participated in the annual event, which is held at cities around the world each spring. In 2018 at Wrestlemania XXXIV, nearly 80,000 fans attended the event to catch 14 matches, which aired on TV nearly 8 hours straight, including a hyped-up pre-show as crazy as any awards show red carpet. 

Of course, the event is so much more than what happens in the ring. Wrestlemania has featured stars like Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, Shaq and Kid Rock, as well as insane story lines, unforgettable feuds, a few romances and a whole lot of swinging ladders.

Think you can name the greatest Wrestlemania fighters of all time? Prove it with this quiz!

Iranian-American wrestler Iron Sheik won his first WWF World Heavyweight Championship in 1983. At the very first Wrestlemania in 1985, he and Nikolai Volkoff joined forces to earn the WWF Tag Team Championship.

Hulk Hogan, aka Terry Bollea, won the Tag Team Championship with Mr. T at the first Wrestlemania. He went on to defend his WWF Heavyweight title by defeating Andre the Giant at Wrestlemania III.

Macho Man Randy Savage pinned George Steele to take the Intercontinental title at Wrestlemania II. Two years later, he pinned Ted DiBiase to become the new WWF champ -- then lost it to Hulk Hogan at next year's Wrestlemania.

You might know him from his acting roles, but Mr. T teamed up with Hulk Hogan to become Tag Team Champ at the very first Wrestlemania. The next year, he boxed Roddy Piper at the event, but the match ended with a DQ.

Andre the Giant beat Big John Studd in a body slam competition at Wrestlemania I. He took his cash prize and immediately started tossing the cash over the crowd until his team reined him in.

Known as The Dragon, Ricky Steamboat appeared at Wrestlemania I, where he beat Matt Borne in an early match. He took the Intercontinental title by beating Randy Savage at Wrestlemania III in 1987.

James Hellwig, aka Ultimate Warrior, pinned Hulk Hogan to win the WWF championship at Wrestlemania VI in 1990. The victory made him the first wrestler to hold both WWF champ and Intercontinental champ titles at the same time. he also made an appearance at Wrestlemania XXX shortly before his 2014 death.

Named for a pro sumo ranking, Yokozuna pinned Bret Hart to win the WWF title at Wrestlemania IX, then lost the title to Hulk Hogan. He and Owen Hart teamed up to win the Tag Team event at Wrestlemania XI by taking out The Smokin' Guns.

Bret Hart beat Roddy Piper to win the Intercontinental title at Wrestlemania VIII. Two years later, he took the WWF title from Yokozuna in a match refereed by Piper himself.

Owen Hart and Yokozuna paired up to become Tag Team champions in 1995 at Wrestlemania XI. The year before, he faced off against brother Bret at the event and walked away victorious.

Diesel entered the ring at Wrestlemania XI accompanied by Pamela Anderson, then pinned Shawn Michaels to take the WWF title. You may also remember Diesel from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze," where he played Super Shredder.

Shawn Michaels pinned Bret Hart at Wrestlemania XII in 1996 to become WWF champ. He was forced to retire after losing to the Undertaker at Wrestlemania XXVI in 2010.

The Undertaker became a Wrestlemania legend thanks to The Streak -- a string of 21-straight victories at the event between 1991 and 2013. The Streak finally ended in 2014 when Undertaker lost a match to Brock Lesnar.

Triple H ranks with Hulk Hogan for most times headlining wrestling's premier event. He took the European title at Wrestlemania XIV, then won the WWF Championship in a four-way battle at Wrestlemania 2000.

Stone Cold Steve Austin beat Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania XIV in 1998 for the WWF title. The next year, he took down The Rock to take the title again.

At Wrestlemania X8 in Toronto in 2002, Maven pinned Goldust to claim the Hardcore title. And yes, that is his real name --he was born Maven Huffman.

Brock Lesnar beat Kurt Angle for the WWE title at Wrestlemania XIX way back in 2003. More than a decade later, he beat Dean Ambrose in a No-Holds Barred Street Fight match at Wrestlemania XXXII.

Canadian Chris Benoit took the Intercontinental title at Wrestlemania 2000. He then beat both Triple H and Shawn Michaels to claim the World Heavyweight Championship at the event in 2004.

John Cena won the WWE title by pinning JBL at Wrestlemania XXI, then claimed the title again at Wrestlemania XXVI by beating Batista.

Batista headlined Wrestlemania XXX, but lost to Daniel Bryan in the main event. At Wrestlemania XXI, he became World Heavyweight Champion by beating Triple H.

Edge paired up with Christian to take the Tag Team Championship at Wrestlemania 2000. He beat Mick Foley in a Hardcore match at the event in 2006, then took down Alberto de Rio for the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania XXVII.

Randy Orton took down Triple H and John Cena to take the WWE title at Wrestlemania XXIV in 2008. Four years earlier, he teamed up with Ric Flair and Batista to beat The Rock and Mick Foley in a Handicap match at Wrestlemania XX.

Chris Jericho beat Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit to win the European title at Wrestlemania 2000. A decade later at Wrestlemania XXVI, he took down Edge to claim the World Heavyweight Championship.

The Miz and Big Show teamed up to win the Unified Tag Team Championship at Wrestlemania XXVI. The next year at Wrestlemania, Miz beat John Cena to become WWE champ.

Born in Ireland with the name Stephen Farrelly, Sheamus took the World Heavyweight Championship by beating Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania XXVIII. Two years later, he fought in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale at Wrestlemania XXX, but ended up being eliminated.

The Rock, aka Dwayne Johnson, beat Ken Shamrock to claim the Intercontinental title at Wrestlemania XIV in 1998. Later, he famously pinned the Hulk, then went on to a successful acting career.

Roman Reigns reigned supreme in 2016. At Wrestlemania XXXII, he beat champ Triple H to claim the WWE World Heavyweight title.

Seth Rollins started on a bad note at Wrestlemania XXXI, losing in an early match to Randy Orton. He came back strong at the end of the event, however, beating Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns to claim the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Daniel Bryan teamed up with Kane at Wrestlemania XXIX to win the WWE Tag Team title. The next year he pinned Randy Orton to become WWE World Heavyweight champion.

Rick Rude beat the Ultimate Warrior to claim the Intercontinental title at Wrestlemania V in 1989. The next year, he pinned Jimmy Snuka in a classic Wrestlemania match.

Rob Van Dam beat William Regal for the Intercontinental title at X8 in 2002. Two years later at Wrestlemania XX, he and Booker T took the Tag Team title.

Donning his famous mask, Rey Mysterio beat Randy Orton and Kurt Angle to claim the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania XXII. At the 2009 25th Anniversary Wrestlemania, he took the I-C title.

Big Show teamed up with Kane to claim the World Tag Team championship in 2006, then won it again with the Miz in 2010. At Wrestlemania XXVIII, he picked up the Intercontinental title.

Zack Ryder became a champ at Wrestlemania XXXII. He beat a host of competitors, including Kevin Owens and The Miz, in a ladder match for the Intercontinental championship.

John Bradshaw Layfield, also known as JBL, beat Chris Benoit for the U.S. Title at Wrestlemania XXII in 2006. Two years later, he triumphed over Finlay at Wrestlemania XXIV's Belfast Brawl.

Kevin Owens came into Wrestlemania XXXII as the reigning Intercontinental champ. He took on all challengers in a ladder match for the title, eventually losing to Zack Ryder.

Ted DiBiase teamed up with IRS to beat the Hulk and Brutus Beefcake for the Tag Team title at Wrestlemania IX in 1993. A few years earlier, he won his Million Dollar Belt back after beating Jake Roberts in a match at Wrestlemania VI.

Razor Ramon beat Shawn Michaels in a ladder match for the Intercontinental title at Wrestlemania X at Madison Square Garden in 1994. The next year, he beat Jeff Jarrett at the same event at Wrestlemania in a DQ -- which saw Jarrett get to keep his title.

Before he was The Rock, Dwayne Johnson wrestled as Rocky Maivia. At Wrestlemania XIII in 1997, he beat The Sultan for the Intercontinental title, becoming a champ at the event long before he became the icon he is today.

Shane McMahon beat X-Pac for the European title at Wrestlemania XV in 1999. A few years later at X-Seven, he beat dad Vince McMahon in a street fighting match at the event.

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