- On Veterans Day, we honor wrestlers who have served in the military
- Bobby Lashley and Randy Orton are among the active wrestlers who have served their country
- Their military experience has shaped their careers in the wrestling industry
On Veterans Day, we honor those who have served, including some of wrestling’s most notable names. Bobby Lashley, Randy Orton, and Montez Ford all had military stints before entering the ring. Trish Adora, Steve Maclin, and Ashante ‘Thee’ Adonis are among those who also proudly served. Tama Tonga enlisted in the U.S. Air Force before transitioning to wrestling. Jason Prime, a British Army soldier, and Carlie Bravo, a U.S. Marine Corps Infantry officer, are also celebrated for their time in the military.
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