3. Lita

Amy Christine Dumas, better known as Lita to the WWE fans, is an American animal rights activist, singer and semi-retired professional wrestler. In 2003, she founded the animal charity A.D.O.R.E. (Amy Dumas Operation Rescue and Education).

Lita revealed that she has been a vegetarian since she was 14 and then she wasn’t when she was on the road wrestling. So when she retired, she transitioned back.

Lita was involved in the first three Monday Night RAW major events featuring women and also one of the key members of the women’s revolution in WWE. She also faced Victoria in the first women’s steel cage match in 2003. Debuting in 1999, Lita was extremely impressive on the WWE universe, becoming a four-time WWE Women’s Champion.

Having officially inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014, Rita is still a favorite professional wrestler among WWE fans. Now she remains a dedicated animal rights activist.

4. CM Punk

CM Punk, a former WWE champion, is a vocal advocate for the straight edge lifestyle. He spent almost of his time in WWE on portraying the Straight Edge Superstar, where he would spin the lifestyle depending on whether he was a heel or a face.

Being a face, Punk projected it as a higher moral standard. Being a heel, Punk used it as an angle to make him a cult leader. This eventually resulted in the brilliant Straight Edge Society angle.

Punk also introduced veganism in his life to test out his self-discipline. Being definitely a vegan in 2012, he eventually gave up due to the pressures of being on the road. It is unclear whether he came back to vegan lifestyle after his time with WWE ended.

Despite having since retired from the WWE, Punk made his name in the industry thanks to his razor sharp promos and ability to push the envelope. He has left an indelible impact on WWE fans.