WRESTLING NEWS
What These Famous '90s Wrestlers Are Doing Today
By BRIAN HOGLUND
Rick Steiner
After winning tag team titles alongside his brother Scott, Rick Steiner retired from wrestling and pursued a career in real estate. He received his real estate license in 1995, buying and selling properties ever since, and he has been a member of the Cherokee County School District Board of Education for over a decade.
Val Venis
Known for his sexualized persona in the Attitude Era, Val Venis became a vocal advocate for marijuana in 2008. In 2014, he opened his own medical marijuana business called Purple Haze and hopes to teach people the benefits of medical marijuana and how it has helped him throughout his life.
Molly Holly
Winner of the WWF Hardcore Championship and the WWE Women’s Championship Molly Holly became a counselor for drug-addicted teens following her retirement in 2005. She then took on the role of a wrestling trainer and currently works at The Academy: Professional Wrestling School with Ken Anderson.
Pete Gas
After a three-year-long stretch in the WWE as part of the Mean Street Posse, Pete Gas pursued a career for the WB Mason Paper Company as a salesman. Gas has worked at WB Mason since 2003 and still loves watching wrestling and attending live wrestling events whenever he can.
Al Snow
Following his retirement in 2008, six-time WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow decided to pass on his wrestling skills to upcoming wrestlers. He opened the Al Snow Academy, where he trains new wrestlers, and has also created a clothing brand for wrestling fans called COLLARxELBOW.