Lists the various WWE
wrestlers active during the InVasion event in 2001. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WWE.
Mike Awesome (Michael Lee Alfonso) 2001–2002
Booker T (Booker Tio Huffman) 2001-2007, 2011-
Tommy Dreamer (Thomas James "Tom" Laughlin) 2001-2010
Chavo Guerrero Jr (Salvador Chavito Guerrero Llanes III) 2001-2011
Mark Jindrak (Mark Robert Jindrak) 2001-2005
- Expy: The "Reflection of Perfection" gimmick was extremely similar to the "Narcissus" gimmick Lex Luger had in his WWF debut, even using the same triple-mirror as part of his ring entrance.
- The Fighting Narcissist: Hooked up with Teddy Long and suddenly gained the Red Baron, the “Reflection of Perfection".
- Lightning Bruiser: Has the highest vertical leap in WWE history; his personal best is over 40 inches (100 cm). The commentators would mention this almost every time he did a dropkick.
- Put on a Bus: Left the promotion in 2005. He later joins CMLL as Marco Corleone.
- The Quiet One: Never talked all that much.
- Token White: Of Teddy Long’s Thuggin and Buggin stable, which he’s one of two. The rest of the group consisted of African Americans.
- Underwear of Power
Kanyon (Chris Klucsaritis) 2001-2003
Billy Kidman (Peter Allen Grunner) 2001-2005, 2010-
Jerry Lynn (Jeremy "Jerry" Lynn) 2001-2002
Maven (Maven Klint Huffman) 2001-2005
- Bald of Awesome
- Demoted to Extra: Pretty much slip-slided down the card after his one shot for the World Title in 2004, getting squashed by Batista and Shelton Benjamin and ending up in a low-tier tag team shilling Simon Dean's "health products."
- Finishing Move: First a top rope bulldog, then the back cracker, which he introduced to WWE.
- Friend or Idol Decision: More like a "World Title or Join Evolution" decision, which Maven was faced with after Survivor Series 2004 as the first guest RAW GM. Valid points were made for either option, but Maven ultimately chose to go for the gold...and came up just short. His frustrations, likely the late realization he may have chosen wrong in the long run, led to his Face-Heel Turn.
- The Generic Guy: Nidia was the trailer girl from West Virginia, Chris Nowinski was the first WWE Harvard Graduate and the asshole with the metal mask, Matt Morgan was the "most athletic big man in wrestling" with a nasty stutter that you did NOT make fun of, Shaniqua was the amazonian dominatrix manager of the Basham Brothers, Jackie Gayda was Rico's assistant and Charlie Haas's lover (and future wife), Johnny Nitro was an Eric Bishoff suck-up, one third of MNM, and eventually an ersatz Jim Morrison. Maven? He was that guy who won WWE Tough Enough
- Genre Savvy: Was wary of Randy Orton pushing for Maven to go for Triple H's World Title during his stint as RAW GM. Lampshaded by Maven, who said that winning it would free up Orton as a contender for the championship (Orton lost a match against Ric Flair earlier in the year where losing meant he couldn't challenge for the World Title as long as Triple H was champ).
- I Have the High Ground
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Received several from the Undertaker after he eliminated Undertaker from the Royal Rumble.
- Real Men Wear Pink: When he teamed with Simon Dean
- Squash Match: Lost a series of them to Shelton Benjamin..
- The Worf Effect: Frequent victim of it
- Wrestling Doesn't Pay: Became a wrestling infomercial salesman. Eventually this became true in real life.
Shannon Moore 2001-2005, 2006-2008
Hugh Morrus / Bill DeMott (William Charles "Bill" DeMott II) 2001-2007, 2011-
Diamond Dallas Page (Page Joseph Falkinburg, Jr.) 2001-2002, 2012
Rhyno (Terrance "Terry" Gerin) 2001-2005
Lance Storm (Lance Evers) 2001-2004
Tajiri(田尻 義博, Tajiri Yoshihiro) 2001-2005
Tazz (Peter Senerchia) 2000-2009
Rob Van Dam (Robert "Rob" Alexander Szatkowski) 2001-2007, 2013-