10 Superstars who served in the U.S. military

Road Dogg

As the mouthpiece of The New Age Outlaws, “Road Dogg” Jesse James broke out as The Attitude Era’s most boisterous degenerate. The son of WWE Hall of Famer “Bullet” Bob Armstrong, Road Dogg has always had sports-entertainment in his blood.

After competing in his first match in 1986, Road Dogg made the selfless decision to put his career on hold and join the United States Marine Corps. After serving a tour of duty, the former Intercontinental Champion made his return to sports-entertainment, competing in WCW and Smokey Mountain Wrestling before joining WWE.