WP: "Andre the Giant, The Honky Tonk Man, Hulk Hogan, The Junkyard Dog and Nikolai Volkoff: If you were a child of the 1980s and loved wrestling, you'll remember these wrestling superstars. Back then, wrestling was becoming popular after growing out of a territorial system and into something of a nationwide phenomenon. Before it was referred to as "sports entertainment," wrestling was a real sport with some larger-than-life personalities. Story lines were simple, wrestlers had epic feuds without resorting to gimmicky matches, and it was abundantly clear who was good and who wasn't. Some fans yearn for these simpler years, for a time before the name change lawsuit that forced the WWF to become the WWE."