Rides have been a quintessential part of wrestling for many years now. As big-time wrestlers enter the arena, several of them stride in on their bikes and cars to make it clear that this is their domain. And it’s not all performance art either, several of the cars we’ve seen on WWE are actually cars owned by your favorite WWE wrestlers.

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While wrestling fans have been treated to see some of these cars when they watch wrestling bouts, what is more interesting are some of the cars that sit in the private garages of WWE superstars. Hulk Hogan has a rather interesting collection of Dodge models of all types, John Cena has some of the rarest sports and muscle cars money can buy, and several wrestlers have monster trucks that are more like war machines than they are cars.

10 Batista’s Eddie Guerrero Tribute Chevy

Dave Bautista (Batista) Honors Eddie Guerrero in his 1964 Chevy Impala
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When Eddie Guerrero died in 2005, wrestling fans were shocked. In a tribute to his fallen comrade, Dave Batista rolled into a match one day in a light blue 1964 Chevy Impala that Batista owns in real life.

Dave Bautista (Batista) Honors Eddie Guerrero in his 1964 Chevy Impala
via TPWW

The Imperials emblem stood tall as a statue installation visible from the back seat and the car was painted with a portrait of Guerrero on the hood. Fans still rave about this car to this day, some even call it a “work of art.”

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9 John Cena’s Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird

John Cena - 1970 Plymouth Superbird.
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John Cena has quite the car collection and entire articles can (and have) been written about them. One of the standouts in his collection is his 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird. The Road Runner is a classic muscle car from their golden era and the car bares many visual similarities to a Dodge Daytona.

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But the Road Runner is a beautiful machine all on its own. Its bright orange paint job gives it the classical touch of the golden era of muscle cars, and its factory-attached spoiler is a rarity not seen in many other muscle cars.

8 Shamus’s Original DeLorean

1981 DeLorean DMC-12 Sports Car
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One might not know what car to expect to see the plucky Irish wrestler driving, but they probably were not expecting to see a DeLorean. Shamus owns and regularly shows off this rare '80s gem.

1982 DeLorean DMC-12:The sports car made famous back the movie
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DeLoreans were the brainchild of engineer John DeLorean, who quit his job at General Motors to start his own car company. The cars were popularized by the Back To The Future Films but the hype did not keep the company afloat, and they went belly up in the 1980s. Shamus however managed to snatch one of the 6,500 Deloreans ever produced. Although they are slow cars with only 140 hp, a DeLorean can fetch up to $80,000 in an auction.

7 Madusa’s Pink Monster Truck

Madusa posing with her monster truck
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Madusa didn’t just buy her Monster Truck for the sake of owning it. No, this WWE super starlet has been actively competing in the monster truck circuit ever since she bought this behemoth in 2004.

Madusa and her self named Monster Truck
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The truck uses a Ford F-150 body, a 540 cubic inch V8 engine, and 66 inch wide tires. Medusa is also an incredibly skilled driver and she pushes the truck to its limits with every match. Want to see a monster truck do a backflip? Well, make sure to see Madusa next time that big pink truck rolls through.

6 John Cena’s “InCENArator”

John Cena's customized supercar the InCENArator
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John Cena has so many cars he was bound to make this list at least twice. Not all of Cena’s cars would qualify as “weird” to most people. Aside from the rare gem that is his Road Runner, most cars in his collection are your standard muscle cars from a variety of years, makes, and models, (also one Jeep Wrangler he’s owned since the 1980s).

InCenaRator parked in a garage
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But this custom-built car, which has been dubbed the “InCENArator” has got to be his most eccentric purchase. This highly customized Corvette C7 R utilizes a 5.5-liter V8 engine and 491 horsepower. Its custom body and the installation of the headlights almost remind one of the Batmobile.

5 Rick Flair's Chevy Camaro SS

2021 Chevy Camaro SS 2 Cropped
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This car makes it to the list not because it is an eccentrically designed ride or a rare gem sitting in the wrestler's garage. No, this makes it to the list because the car is quite a contrast to the wrestler's famously outward and flashy stage presence.

Yellow 2010 Yenko Camaro at a corner
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Rick Flair, as the name would suggest, had a flair for the dramatic and utilized flashy costumes in his bouts. The customized 2010 Camaro SS is a rather toned-down, modest-looking vehicle for such a flashy performer. That said, the car still has over 500 horses under the hood and was painted bright yellow to match the star's famously bright blonde hair.

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4 Hulk Hogan’s Dodge Viper

Hulk Hogan - Dodge Viper
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Like John Cena, the WWE Champion of the 1980s has an extensive collection of muscle cars, most of them Dodges. What is probably most famous is his 1994 Dodge Viper, which Hogan claims only has a few thousand miles on it to this very day.

Hulk Hogan - modified Dodge Viper
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Some car fanatics, however, were not thrilled when Hogan customized the car with a bright red and yellow paint job to match his wrestling colors. He also lined the inside with red leather and bright yellow trims. The car regularly makes rounds at car shows and exhibitions.

3 Hulk Hogan’s Dodge Ram SRT 10

2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10 Yellow Fever Edition Cropped - Copy
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As we said, Hulk Hogan has a soft spot for the Dodge brand. This aptly named “super truck” produced by the company in the 2000s fits in rather well with the muscle cars in Hulk Hogan’s collection.

Dodge RAM SRT-10 yellow
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The SRT 10 moves thanks to a meaty V10 engine, the same kind of engine that comes with the Dodge Viper, Hogan’s most famous car. The SRT 10 can hit over 500 horsepower and is a bit of a rare gem because only 10,000 units were ever produced.

2 The Rock’s Pagani Huayra

Pagani Huayra
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is arguably the most successful alum from the WWE (his net worth exceeds $300 million. So one can imagine with that amount of cash on hand one could pick some pretty sweet rides.

The Rock With His Pagani Huayra
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And sure enough, Johnson picked a Pagani Huayara to roll up to the premiere of his HBO show Ballers in 2016. The Pagani Huayra costs at least $1 million and runs on a twin-turbo V12 engine capable of hitting over 700 horsepower.

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1 Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Bible Quote Monster Truck

stone cold steve austin monster truck
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To not mention at least one vehicle owned by Stone Cold Steve Austin in a list about wrestlers and cars would be a crime. Like others mentioned here, Steve Austin has an impressive, and at times bizarre collection. Among his cacophony of vehicles is this beast.

Stone Cold Steve Austin's monster truck from the rear
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The truck is a highly customized one that at least costs $150,000 just for the body and frame alone. Stone Cold Steve Austin had the truck decaled with the numbers 3:16, a reference to the Holy Bible quote John 3:16, which reads as “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” Perhaps Stone Cold was trying to put the fear of God into his rival, The Rock, when he brought the truck onto WWE TV in 1999.

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