A handful of current and retired WWE performers have landed their own reality shows. Hulk Hogan and his family starred in Hogan Knows Best, the Bella twins star in Total Bellas. And of course, The Miz and Maryse have their own WWE Network show in Miz & Mrs.
Fans have asked for WWE Network to bring more content to the channel. One solution could be to add more reality shows that focus on the lives of WWE personalities. There are a handful of WWE legends that would certainly be capable of putting together a top-tier reality television show. If WWE ever wanted to go this route, these are the 10 legends we would love to see in their own show.
10 Shawn Michaels
The Heartbreak Kid retired from full-time competition nine years ago, although he returned for a tag team match at last year's Crown Jewel pay-per-view. The Hall of Famer know works as a trainer in WWE, doing his part in building the next great wave of wrestling talents.
Given his extremely colourful and humorous personality, along with Michaels' compelling trainer gig, HBK could certainly piece together an interesting reality show. He's also married with two kids, so Michaels' life as a family man could be featured on the show as well.
9 The Undertaker
The Deadman only wrestles on a part-time basis these days, so the time would definitely permit for him to take part in a reality show. Fans don't really get to see what Undertaker is like outside of the ring. He does a great job in portraying his character outside of the ring, but wouldn't it be fun to see who the real Mark Calaway is?
Undertaker is also married to Michelle McCool, one of the most popular and accomplished female superstars in WWE history. Those two could make for some fun television segments, like what we've seen with Miz and Maryse plus Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella.
The Big Red Machine hasn't wrestled much throughout the years, as he embraces his new life as the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee (yes, really). We still get to see Kane every now and then, but it's evident that his full-time days in the ring are over.
Very few wrestlers enter a life of politics outside of wrestling, which is why it'd be intriguing to see a reality television series that centers around the mayor of Knox County. We'd get to see how the real-life Kane balances his life as a politician, occasional wrestler and family man.
7 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
Wrestling fans are already entertained by The Steve Austin Show, where the Texas Rattlesnake offers his interesting takes on the current WWE product. But we're talking about, perhaps, the most beloved and admired superstar in the history of pro wrestling. Shouldn't Austin star in his own television show? And better yet, why not?
There doesn't really have to be a specific place or setup for the show. A series that simply documents the everyday life of Austin would be huge for WWE Network. This guy always made something out of nothing during his career. Whatever the premise of the show, anything starring Austin would be a giant success.
6 Hulk Hogan
Okay, so older wrestling fans already saw a show based on his family life called Hogan Knows Best, which produced 43 episodes over four different seasons. The show was cancelled in 2007, with Hulk and Linda Hogan divorcing soon after.
But maybe Hogan should get another chance to star in his own show one more time. He's now 66 years of age and working to get back in the ring as he prepares for yet another back surgery. He also enjoys his life in Florida while running Hogan's Beach Shop.
This all makes for some strong material in a television show revolving around The Hulkster: We could get a close-up look of the day-to-day operations in his shop, while seeing Hogan try to work his way back into the ring.
5 Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle lost his retirement match to Baron Corbin at WrestleMania 35, and he's now working as a backstage producer for Monday Night Raw, WWE's flagship program.
It'd be interesting to see how the WWE Hall of Famer operates backstage with his new role, plus we're talking about a father of six. How does Angle manage a job that carries a lot of responsibility, all while balancing his personal life? That would make for some quality content on WWE Network.
4 Ric Flair
The Nature Boy is by far the most charismatic, and probably the biggest character, in the history of professional wrestling. In a way, it's extremely surprising that Flair has never starred in his own reality show despite over four decades in the professional wrestling business.
There are endless possibilities as to how the show could be set up. Flair has a WWE legends contract right now, and he's seeing daughter Charlotte Flair build up the women's wrestling division.
Flair also does plenty of public appearances these days for special wrestling events. Wouldn't it be cool to see Flair's life in and out of WWE? His personality alone would make for an excellent show.
The Animal returned to WWE briefly in 2014 following a four-year hiatus, but he left to continue his successful Hollywood career. The future WWE Hall of Fame inductee is among the biggest actors in the world now, having starred in blockbuster films like the Guardians of the Galaxy, the Avengers franchises, and Spectre.
WWE fans could certainly get behind the idea of seeing Batista's life chronicled in a reality series, which would center around his life as one of the top actors in all of Hollywood.
2 John Cena
Cena is following the footsteps of Batista by finding more and more work in Hollywood blockbuster movies. Cena hasn't been a full-time performer in WWE for several years now, having starred in films suck as Blockers and Bumblebee. He also has roles for Fast & Furious 9 and The Suicide Squad.
Despite the commanding schedule, we still get to see Cena wrestle a handful of matches a year. How cool would it be to get a behind-the-scenes look at Cena's rising movie career, as well as his time in WWE? Like Flair, Cena has a hilarious and strong personality that would make him a worthy centerpiece for any reality TV show.
1 The Rock
Time is on the side of Batista and Cena, but right now, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has to be considered the greatest wrestler-turned-actor of all-time. The Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment is the biggest action movie star in the world right now. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Hobbs & Shaw and Walking Tall are only a few of The Rock's top movies.
Of course, The Rock is also perhaps the most humble superstar to ever grace a WWE ring. Any television show centering around The Rock's life as an actor and occasional performer would be worth watching. We would totally love to smell what The Rock is cooking on TV.