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Lists the various WWE wrestlers active during the New Generation Era, from April 5, 1993 through March 23, 1997. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WWE.
1-2-3 Kid/X-Pac (Sean Michael Waltman) 1993-1996, 1998-2002, 2012-See also: D-Generation X and New World Order.
Adam Bomb (Brian Emmeth Clarke) 1993-1995, 2001
Bastion Booger (Mike Shaw) 1993-1994
Ludvig Borga (Tony Christian Halme) 1993-1994
Diesel/Kevin Nash (Kevin Scott Nash) 1993-1996, 2002-2003, 2011-See also: New World Order.
Road Dogg (Brian Girard James) 1994-1995, 1996-2001, 2011-See also: D-Generation X
Doink the Clown (Matt Osborne, Steve Keirn, Steve Lombardi, Dusty Wolfe, John Maloof, Ray Liccachelli, Jeff Jarrett, Chris Irvine, Nick Dinsmore, Dwaine Henderson) 1992-1995, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2010
Dean Douglas (Troy Martin) 1995
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese (Mike Droese 1994-1996)
- Alliterative Name
- Badass Beard/Badass Mustache
- The Bus Came Back: For the Gimmick Battle Royal at WrestleMania X-7.
- Catchphrase: "It's time to take out the trash!"
- Defeating the Undefeatable: Defeated HHH by DQ at the 1996 Royal Rumble and had some house show wins over him too.
- Finishing Move: Trash Compactor (tilt-a-whirl powerslam)
- Nice Hat
- Parts Unknown: "Mt. Trashmore, FL"
- Wrestling Doesn't Pay: He's a wrestling garbageman.
Faarooq/Ron Simmons (Ron Simmons) 1996-2010See also: The Nation of Domination
Flash Funk/2 Cold Scorpio (Charles Scaggs) 1996-1999
Mick Foley/Mankind/Cactus Jack/Dude Love (Michael Francis Foley, Sr.) 1996-2008, 2011-2012
Giant González (Jorge González) 1993
Bart Gunn (Michael Burton "Mike" Polchlopek, Jr.) 1993-1999, 2007
Hakushi (Kensuke Shinzaki (新崎 健介)) 1995-1998
Jeff Hardy (Jeffrey Nero "Jeff" Hardy) 1994-1997, 1998-2003, 2006-2009, 2017-
Matt Hardy (Matthew Moore "Matt" Hardy) 1994-1996, 1998-2010, 2017-2018, 2019-
Mark Henry (Mark Jerrold Henry) 1996-2018See also: The Nation of Domination
T.L. Hopper/Uncle Cletus Godwinn (Tony Anthony) 1996-1997
- Farm Boy: As Uncle Cletus
- Finishing Move: (as T.L. Hopper): Down the Drain
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He cost the Godwinns the WWE World Tag Team Titles when he accidentally hit Henry with his horseshoe. They beat him up for it.
- Jobber: As T.L. Hopper
- The Scrappy: Invoked and Lampshaded by Vince McMahon on commentary following his surprise debut in the Godwinns' corner on the September 8, 1997 Raw.VINCE: "Oh great, just what the world needs, another Godwinn."
- Wrestling Doesn't Pay: T.L. Hopper was a wrestling plumber.
Curtis Hughes 1993, 1997, 1999
Jeff Jarrett (Jeffrey Leonard Jarrett) 1993-1996, 1997-1999, 2019
Ahmed Johnson (Anthony Norris) 1995-1998
John "Bradshaw" Layfield (John Charles Layfield) 1996-2009
Lex Luger (Lawrence Wendell Pfohl) 1993-1995
Mabel/Viscera/Big Daddy V (Nelson Frazier, Jr.) 1993-1996, 1999-2000, 2004-2008.
- Acrofatic: Despite being a Mighty Glacier, he could do a Wheel Kick as well as a few top-rope maneuvers.
- The Big Guy: As a Face
- The Brute: As a Heel.
- The Bus Came Back: First for a one shot appearance on the July 6, 1998 Raw, then full-time before the 1999 Royal Rumble.
- Bus Crash: He died in 2014.
- Kavorka Man: Somehow continued to have women seeking his affection despite his publicized theft of The Godfather's Hoes, which he stole to pimp out to struggling sex addicts and for crushing Trish Stratus for not giving him sex. Lillian Garcia would go on to propose to him.
- Continuity Nod: The police sirens that are in Big Daddy V's theme song, Calling All Cars, were also in King Mabel's theme song.
- The Corrupter: To Mark Henry during his (embarrassing) sexual chocolate gimmick.
- Dark-Skinned Blond: As Viscera and Big Daddy V.
- Depraved Bisexual: During his "world's largest love machine" run, he preferred women but had no problem forcibly dry humping guys and got pops from the crowd throughout the run until he attacked Lillian Garcia.
- Fat Bastard: Most noticeable in WWECW, where he stopped covering it up.
- Gender-Blender Name: A guy named Mabel?
- The Giant: In this case though, a lot of people really could not perform their moves on him, either due to his weight, his lack of mobility or his sheer girth.
- Hired Guns: By JBL to deal with the Undertaker (didn't work) and Matt Striker to deal with the Boogeyman (mostly worked)
- I Have Many Names: See above and add King Mabel after his King of the Ring win.
- Mighty Glacier: He might have been a little faster than most men with his build but was slow by wrestling standards. He also won his fair share of squash matches so apparently that did not hinder him too much.
- Power Stable: The Ministry of Darkness -> The Corporate Ministry.
- Red Baron: "The World's Largest Love Machine" as Viscera in 2005.
- Scary Black Man: No, there is nothing scary about a five hundred pound implied rapist.
- Stout Strength: For all that fat, he had muscles under it
- Would Hit a Girl: Ask the Godfather hos, Trish and Lillian.
- Wrestling Doesn't Pay: As a wrestling rapper, with his then tag team partner, Mo.
Man Mountain Rock (Daryl Peterson) 1995.
"Wildman"/"Marvelous" Marc Mero 1996-1998
Mideon (Dennis Knight) 1996-2000
- The Alcoholic: Implied. He teamed with Ivory in a loss to Mark Henry and Mae Young on the March 5, 2000 Sunday Night Heat. As he walked to the ring, the commentators said, "I think Ivory drinks lattes, I don't know what Mideon drinks, or how much."
- Cassandra Truth: Was the first to warn the WWF about the Ministry of Darkness, but naturally was dismissed as insane ramblings by the likes of Jerry Lawler and Michael Cole.
- Corrupt Hick: He and his "brother" used this gimmick as heels when they had the Godwinn gimmick
- Eye Scream: The eye in the jar.
- Facial Markings
- Fan Disservice: As Naked Mideon.
- Fun with Acronyms: He was pig farmer Phineas I. Godwinn. As a bonus his partner was Henry O. Godwinn.
- Identity Impersonator: HHH turned him into "Bogus Mankind" as part of his feud with Mick Foley in early 2000.
- Mad Oracle: The Undertaker's soothsayer in the Ministry of Darkness.
- Primal Stance: Would often come into the ring on all fours and remain there during his entrance.
- Religious and Mythological Theme Naming
- Skunk Stripe/Locked into Strangeness: Presumably as a result, along with everything else sustained during his ministry makeover.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Mideon was spelled Midian initially.
- Touched by Vorlons: After being indoctrinated into the Ministry of Darkness, he gains psychic powers.
- Unrelated Brothers: With Mark Canterbury as the Godwinns.
- Wrestling Doesn't Pay: First as wrestling hog farmer, Phineas I. Godwinn, then as one of Jeff Jarrett's bodyguards named Southern Justice.
Mo (Robert Horne) 1993-1996
- Red Baron: "Sir" Mo, when Mabel won the 1995 King of the Ring tournament.
- Scary Black Man
- Tag Team: Men on a Mission with Mabel.
Aldo Montoya/Justin Credible (Peter Joseph Polaco) 19931997, 2001-2003, 2006, 2012
- Bald of Evil: As Credible.
- Beard of Evil: In the Alliance and in X-Factor.
- Cool Mask: Averted, as his Aldo Montoya mask was often compared to a jockstrap.
- Lightning Bruiser
- Punny Name: His second name is just incredible.
- Red Baron: As Aldo Montoya he was known as the "Portuguese Man O' War".
- Weapon of Choice: A kendo stick in hardcore matches.
Pierre Ouellette / Jean-Pierre Lafitte (Carl Joseph Yvon Ouellet) 1993-1995, 1998-2000
- Always Gets His Man: As Quebecer Pierre.
- Canada, Eh?
- Civvie Spandex: As Quebeccer Pierre.
- Cool Shades: As Quebecer Pierre.
- Dirty Cop: As Quebecer Pierre.
- Dreadful Musician: Sings in the Quebeccers theme... off-key.
- Eyepatch of Power: As Jean-Pierre Lafitte and later Quebeccer Pierre.
- Foreign Wrestling Heel: As Quebeccer Pierre.
- Glass Eye: In Real Life.
- Pirate: As Jean-Pierre Lafitte.
- Wrestling Doesn't Pay: First, a wrestling mountie, then a wrestling Pirate.
Papa Shango / Kama / The Godfather / The Goodfather (Charles Wright) 1992-1993, 1995-2002, 2013
Brian Pillman (Brian William Pillman) 19961997
Thurman "Sparky" Plugg/Bob "Hardcore" Holly (Robert "Bob" Howard) 1994-2009
Raven (Scott Anthony Levy) 19931994, 20002003
The Ringmaster/"Stone Cold" Steve Austin (Steven Austin FKA Steven James Anderson and Steve James Williams) 1995-2003
Rocky Maivia/The Rock (Dwayne Douglas Johnson) 1996-2004, 2011-2019See also: The Nation of Domination
Salvatore Sincere (Tom Brandi) 1996-1998
Samu (Samula Anoa'i) 1992-1994
- Hard Head
- Tag Team: The Headshrinkers with Fatu.
- Wild Samoan
- Wrestling Family: Is the son of Wild Samoan Afa.
Al Snow (Allen Ray Sarven) 1995-1997, 1998-2007
The Sultan/Rikishi Fatu (Solofa F. Fatu Jr.) 1992-2004, 2012, 2014
Tatanka (Christopher "Chris" Chavis) 1992-1996, 2005-2007, 2016
Mike Unabomb/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel/Kane (Glenn Thomas Jacobs) 1995-See also: Team Hell No and The Authority.
Vader (Leon Allen White) 1996-1998
Savio Vega/Kwang the Ninja (Juan Riviera) 1994-1998
- Atrocious Alias: "Kwang"
- A Handful for an Eye: Spit evil Japanese mist as Kwang.
- Kick Dude: Regularly used the spinning heel kick
- Power Stable: Formed Los Boricuas after Faarooq fired him from the Nation of Domination.
- Puerto Rico
- Red Baron (as Savio): "The Caribbean Legend".
- Wearing A Flag As Wrestling Attire
- Welcome to the Caribbean, Mon!