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Lists the various WWE wrestlers active during the WWE, Inc. Era, from April 4, 2011 to April 6, 2014. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WWE.
Dean Ambrose (Jonathan David "Jon" Good) 2012-2019See his dedicated character page for his list of tropes. See also: The Shield.
Cesaro/Antonio Cesaro (Claudio Castagnoli) 2012-See his dedicated character page for his list of tropes. See also: Tyson Kidd and Cesaro and The Bar.
Bo Dallas (Taylor Michael Rotunda) 2013, 2014-See his dedicated character page for his list of tropes.
Big E Langston/ Big E (Ettore Ewen) 2012-See his dedicated character page for his list of tropes. See also: The New Day.
Camacho (Tevita Fifita) 2011-2014
- Cool Shades: Hardly seen with them off until showing up on the rebranded NXT.
- Fake Nationality: Tongan, playing a Mexican.
- Foreign Wrestling Heel:
- Lower-Class Lout: Like Hunico, his gimmick is a street thug from Juarez, Mexico.
- Put on a Bus: Went back to NXT.
- The Quiet One: When he's around Hunico at least.
- Undying Loyalty: To Hunico - as the storyline goes, Hunico saved Camacho's life during a knife fight in Juarez.
- Wrestling Family: The son of Haku/Meng and brother of Tama Tonga from New Japan Pro-Wrestling.
Luke Harper/Harper (Job Huber) 2013-2019See his dedicated character page for his list of tropes. See also: The Wyatt Family.
Hunico/Sin Cara (Jorge Arias) 2011-2019See his dedicated character page for his list of tropes. See also: Sin Cara
Andy Leavine (Andrew Leavine) 2011
- The Big Guy: One of his Tough Enough trainers, Bill DeMott (not such a small guy himself) describes Leavine in one interview as 'a monster'. note
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome/Put on a Bus: Won Tough Enough and had a couple backstage segments and a video package about him in the weeks that followed. Then he promptly went to developmental, was released a year later, and neither he nor his season of Tough Enough has been mentioned since.
- Expy: Interestingly enough, bore a passing resemblance (both facially and in body type) to a young Test... but with an Edge-like head of hair.
- Tranquil Fury: Went by the nick name "Silent Rage".
- Wrestling Family: Cousin of former wrestler Dan Spivey.