WrestleMania is the biggest show in pro wrestling history, and for three and a half decades, it’s been the gold standard of the business. It’s the stage where most eyes are on the product. It’s the stage where everything is so much bigger and so much better. For every performer who gets into the wrestling business, the dream is to make it big at WrestleMania.
It’s also the stage where the farewells are most emotional. For any wrestler, there’s no better way to go out than in front of 70,000+ people. WrestleMania has seen many all-time greats call it a career. Though Ric Flair should arguably be #1 on this list, we won’t include him because he had a brief stint outside where he came out of retirement.
Here are five legends who called it quits at the grandest stage of them all.
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