7 WWE Superstars whose careers ended because of Injuries

7. Steve Blackman

One of the absolute stars in the attitude era, Steve Blackman hang up his boots at the age of 40 due to severe Injuries.

6. Paige

Since her arrival in the business, Paige was among the top names in female wrestling. But two consecutive neck injuries totally sidelined her from WWE.

5. Owen Hart

A member of the Hart Family dynasty, Owen Hart has a lot of glory in WWE but it would have been more if he hadn't been injured. Unfortunately, his career ended in the worst way possible.

4. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat

Nature Boy Ric Flair has regarded Ricky Steamboat as the best wrestler he has ever faced. But the Dragon had to quit wrestling because of injuries.

3. Bret "The Hitman" Hart

One of the greatest in-ring technicians, Bret Hart didn't get a perfect end to his WWE career. Hart suffered a serious concussion after he took a kick from Goldberg and that drafted the withdrawal for him.

2. Mick Foley

Mick Foley was surely made for WWE. He's arguably the biggest daredevil in the history of the company. But all his breathtaking stunts gave him a lot of pain and eventually an early retirement.

1. Stone Cold Steve Austin

Stone Cold Steve Austin has been always at the top of the list of most entertaining Superstars in WWE. But injuries took a huge cut on his career.

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