Perhaps more so than any other sport, or "sports entertainment," pro wrestling is a family business with many promotions often being family-owned for generations upon generations.
The greatest example of this is the McMahon family, which has owned and operated World Wrestling Entertainment through its many incarnations for over 65 years. Other examples include the now-defunct World Class Championship Wrestling, which was owned by the Von Erichs in Texas and Stampede Wrestling, which was owned by the Harts in Canada.
Wrestling lineages extend to the ring as well. It’s quite common these days to hear of a performer being a second-, third- or even fourth-generation wrestler. Of course, having a relative precede you in the business helps you get your foot in the door, or ring, but the next generation has to build upon the family name. Many even end up better than their predecessors.
These are the best wrestling families, consisting of at least three people, that have ever existed in the world of pro wrestling.
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