When Rocky Mavia debuted way back at the 1996 Survivor Series, he became the first ever third generation star to step into a WWE ring. He was the first, but certainly not the last. The next generation of family dynasties has brought all kinds of wrestlers over the years - more Samoans like the Usos, Ted and Brett DiBiase gave it a go to follow in dad, grandma and grandpa’s footsteps.
With 357 Hart grandchildren running around and having babies of their own, new wrestling children keep coming down the pipeline. Those are just some of the dynasties we know about. Then there’s entire roster of third generation stars that we might not have heard of or realized were the next generation. Here are 10 third-generation wrestlers we didn't know existed.