At the end of the day, you don’t become a professional wrestler to make long-lasting friendships, you become a professional wrestler to make a name for yourself, win a bunch of championships and earn a nice payday along the way. Wrestling is essentially a solo business and no one should be surprised to learn that wrestlers are willing to climb over one another to make it to the top of a promotion. This is all the truer for a promotion like WWE, which is without a doubt, the biggest promotion in the world of professional wrestling. No other company can rival WWE in terms of scale or a good-old payday. This essentially means that Superstars who are not necessarily fond of each other have to work together, and be portrayed as friends on-screen, even if they hate each other backstage. Doing something like this is all part of the job, and we have seen it happen in the WWE more times than we can count. For the purposes of this article, we use the term ‘friends’ loosely, as characters on-screen change so frequently and it is pretty much an unspoken rule that all faces are friends, as well as all heels. So, let’s check out 10 WWE wrestlers that were friends on-screen, but not in real life.
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