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Adrian Adonis
Ahmed Johnson
A.J. Styles
Al Snow
Andre The Giant

B


Baby Doll
Big Bossman
Big Show
Billy Jack Haynes
Black Jack Mulligan
Black Scorpion
Booker T
Bret Hart
Brian Lawler
Brian Pillman
Brock Lesnar
Brutus Beefcake
Buff Bagwell

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Chris Benoit
Christian
Chyna
Corporal
Curt Hennig

D


Demolition
Dino Bravo
Doink
Droz
Dudley Boys
Dynamite Kid

E


Eric Bischoff

F


Fit Finlay
Four Horsemen
Freddie Blassie
Freebirds

G


Goldberg
Goldust
Giant Gonzales
Gorgeous George

H


Haku
Hebner Brothers
Hulk Hogan

I


ICP

J


Jay Youngblood
Jeff Hardy
Jeff Jarrett
Jerry Lawler
Jim Duggan
Jim Neidhart
John Studd
Justin Credible

K


Kane
Ken Shamrock
Kevin Nash
Kronik

L


Lex Luger
Ludvig Borga
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FOUR HORSEMEN - FAQ

Who have been in the stable "The Four Horsemen" and at what times?
The original Horsemen in 1986 consisted of Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, and Ole Anderson. Over the course of the next 13 or so years, the following people all were members of the 4 Horsement at one point in time: Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Lex Luger, Barry Windham, Sting, Sid Vicious, Paul Roma, Brian Pillman, Chris Benoit, Steve McMichael, Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, and Dean Malenko. As for managers of the 4 Horsemen, the following people were all managers at one point in time for the stable: Woman, Elizabeth, Debra McMichael, Dark Journey, Hiro Matsuda, James J Dillon, Ole Anderson, Arn Anderson, and Medusa.

Pete Randall sent in the following: I was reading your answer about the members of the Four Horsemen and noticed one name that was missing. At one time, Kendall Windham was also a member of the Four Horsemen. This occured when Kendall was tagging with Dustin Rhodes. He turned heel on Dustin and his brother brought him into the Horsemen. This also occured right around the time that Flair, Anderson, and Blanchard went over to the WWF and the Horsemen not long after this fell apart.

When was Sting in the Four Horsemen?
January 2, 1990, the Four Horsmen reunited (Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson and Sting). Sting only lasted a month with the Four Horsemen. Here is what happened with the storyline break-up. Ric Flair was World champion back then, and everything was going good until Sting became the #1 contender for Flair's title. Other members of the Horsemen were trying to talk him out of it. On February 6, 1990, a 6-man tag match was set, where Ole Anderson gave his spot to Sting, so he can give him his moment to shine. Right before the match, the Horsemen turned on Sting.


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Magnum TA
Marc Mero
Max Moon
Midnight Express
Missy Hyatt

N


Nailz
Nation of Domination
New Breed
NWO

O


Orient Express
Owen Hart

R


Randy Savage
Ric Flair
Renegade
Rey Mysterio Jr.
Rob Van Dam
Road Dogg
Road Warriors
Rougeau Brothers

S


Sable
Scott Steiner
Shane Douglas
Shawn Michaels
Sherri Martel
Sid Vicious
Steve Austin
Stevie Richards
Sting
Sylvain Grenier

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Tammy Sytch
Tatanka
Tazz
Ted DiBiase
The Hurricane
The Patriot
The Rock
The Yeti
Tom Zenk
Tony Atlas
Triple H
Trish Stratus

U


Ultimate Warrior
Ultimate Solution
Ultimo Dragon
Undertaker

V


Vader
Vince McMahon
Vince Russo
Von Erich Family

W


Warlord
Waylon Mercy
Wendi Richter
Woman

Y


Yokozuna
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