We're all aware, by now, that when WWE asks superstars to choose a name in development it must contain three syllables or less. It's required now, but it wasn't always mandated. This a game of trivia. Name the most successful wrestler with at least four syllables in their name. The range of names can go around the globe (in any promotion). If they have a nickname attached to their stage name (i.e 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin), that won't count. Every other name would be fair game. It's just a game folks. No need to take it too seriously. The objective is to find superstars with four syllables or more to determine whether having a short name determines pop success in the industry. I'll begin: Undertaker. He wasn't successful as he could have been. Repo Man is easier to chant and develop a following. Calling him 'Taker' is lazy and is vague. His persona was limiting and his work rate peaked at a late age. Gimmick matches are a crutch and, for a long time, that was his bread and butter.