Professional wrestling has been filled with second, third and even fourth generation wrestlers. Some have made it bigger than their family members, while others have flopped badly. We have already covered three installments of this in past with Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3 and Volume 4. Some made it, while others faltered. These up and coming generational wrestlers are for the most part lesser known than say the more established ones like The Rock, Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas. Who will rise and who will fall in the latest list of pro wrestlers with a legacy to uphold?
Bianca Carelli – Daughter of Anthony Carelli (Santino Marella)
Bianca is the 24 year old daughter of Anthony Carelli aka Santino Marella. She trained in her father’s Battle Arts Academy by both Tyson Dux and her Dad. She has already received a WWE try out while the promotion was on a tour of Canada. Bianca is a former beauty pageant contestant and started her career in 2018.
Hashinosuke Yamaguchi – Son of the late (Manager/Journalist/Photographer ) Wally Yamaguchi and nephew of WWE Japanese language commentator Shun Yamaguchi
Hashinosuke Yamaguchi s the son of former manager of WWE’s Kai En Tai Wally Yamaguchi and his uncle is currently the Japanese language announcer for WWE shows Shun Yamaguchi. Hashinosuke is currently wrestling on the Japanese independent circuit.
Max McGuirk – Son of former WWF ring announcer Mike McGuirk and grandson of wrestler/promoter Leroy McGuirk
Max McGuirk is 3rd generation being the son of former WWF ring announcer Mike McGuirk and the grandson of wrestler/promoter the late Leroy McGuirk. Max has wrestled under the gimmick name of Leroy Morgan at times and once was under a WWE developmental deal. He has since wrestled on the independents.
Teal Piper – Daughter of the Legendary ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper
Ariel Teal Toombs is the daughter of wrestling legend ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper. The former singer/actress started her taining in 2018 and has appeared for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and is currently on the roster for David McClane’s Women of Wrestling.
Royce Adams – Son of Brian ‘Crush’ Adams
Royce Adams is a second generation wrestler who is the son of the late Brian Adams better known as Crush from his WWE days. Royce mainly competes in the Florida independents.
Leona – The Son of Tatsumi Fujinami
Leona real name Reona Fujinami is the son of six time IWGP heavyweight champion and WWE hall of famer Tatsumi Fujinami. Leona started out his career in 2013 and was trained by his father. Leona currently works on the Japanese independent circuit.
Wes Brisco – Son of Gerry Brisco and the nephew of Jack Brisco
Wes Brisco is perhaps the most accomplished wrestler on this list. Wes is the son of wrestler and famed WWE agent Gerald Brisco and nephew to former NWA world champion Jack Brisco. Wes was trained by Steve Keirn and was once under a WWE developmental deal. He also had a brief run in TNA wrestling. Wes is currently wrestling in various independents.
Luke Lesnar – Son of Brock Lesnar
Not much is known about Brock’s 22 year old son Luke other than he reportedly has aspirations to have a try out with WWE. A picture circulated of Luke on the internet recently, but was proven to be of someone else. Luke Lesnar is not the son of Sable whom is currently married to Brock, but of fitness model Nicole McClain.
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Piper’s Daughter, based on that picture, has the oddest shaped human body that I’ve ever seen. I don’t even know if it’s anatomically possible?
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