Being a WWE star is tough on a wrestler's personal life. The wrestlers are constantly on the road away from their significant other. When the star is home for a few days, they try to spend as much time as they can with their loved ones. Many WWE stars tend to date women who are in the business. With their girlfriend or wife also a wrestler and knowing the industry, they'll be more understanding of their partner's busy schedule.
WWE Stars and Their Significant Others
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The life of a professional wrestler is gruelling. Wrestlers are often tired, working for almost days a year and hardly get time to spend with their family. However, there have been a few lucky ones that have found their soul mate in the wrestling business. We take a look at the most renowned and prominent WWE couples. Jimmy Uso and Naomi tied the knot in January
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The wrestling world is sometimes seen as dog eat dog and more often than not the women are only given a short amount of time on WWE TV, which means that they are all fighting it out for spots in the locker room. Just because these women work together, doesn't mean that they actually like each other, which is why there have been various reports of real-life heat between many female wrestlers over the past few years. Shows like Total Divas have caused even more heat between these women and it could explain why it seems that there aren't as many friends in the locker room as before.
It's not uncommon for professional wrestlers to be in relationships with their colleagues. People often meet their partners at their place of work and, considering wrestlers travel with and spend more time together than those in any other profession, it's to be expected. Dating between fellow wrestlers may have happened a lot more than we knew about in years past without social media, but it has particularly increased now with larger women's rosters in WWE. Even in the s, there would only be a handful of women in the company, so it's not like male wrestlers had many options.