Arn Anderson - Pro Wrestler Profile

On this page, you find the full wrestling profile of Arn Anderson, with his Career History, real name, age, height and weight, the Promotions he worked for, all the Face/Heel turns, the Championship Titles he won, his Finishers, Theme Songs, Tag Teams and Stables, his appearance changes through the years, and more.

Martin Anthony Lunde was born in Rome, Georgia on September 20, 1958, and he is currently 65 years old.

Arn Anderson was inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2012 as part of the Groups wing (as a member of The Four Horsemen).

Profile Info

  • Gender Male
  • Real Name Martin Anthony Lunde
  • Ring Names
    • Arn Anderson ( April 3, 1983 - Present)
    • Marty Lunde ( January 2, 1982 - April 2, 1983)
  • Born September 20, 1958 (age 65)
  • Nationality Nationality: United StatesUnited States
  • Birth Place Rome, Georgia
  • Billed From
    • Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
  • Weight
    • 255 lbs (116 kg)
  • Nicknames The Enforcer; Double A

Career History

  • Roles
    • Coach ( January 1, 2020 - May 28, 2024)
    • Manager ( January 1, 2020 - October 20, 2023)
    • Producer ( May 1, 2002 - February 22, 2019)
    • Manager ( August 26, 1997 - March 21, 2001)
    • Wrestler ( January 2, 1982 - August 25, 1997)
  • Promotions / Brands
    Promotionfromto
    Promotion All Elite WrestlingAEW January 1, 2020 May 28, 2024
    Promotion World Wrestling EntertainmentWWE May 1, 2002 February 22, 2019
    Promotion World Championship WrestlingWCW December 25, 1989 March 21, 2001
    Promotion New Japan Pro WrestlingNJPWBrand Heavyweight May 25, 1995 June 14, 1995
    Promotion Smoky Mountain WrestlingSMW March 19, 1993 April 2, 1993
    Promotion World Wrestling EntertainmentWWF October 5, 1988 November 23, 1989
    Promotion National Wrestling AllianceNWA January 2, 1982 September 10, 1988
    Promotion Jim Crockett PromotionsJCP March 5, 1985 September 10, 1988
  • Face / Heel Turns
    Alignmentfromto
    Face January 1, 2020 October 20, 2023
    Heel March 14, 1999 March 21, 2001
    Face July 7, 1996 March 13, 1999
    Heel May 15, 1994 July 6, 1996
    Face January 1, 1994 May 14, 1994
    Heel January 2, 1982 December 31, 1993
  • Images History
    Aug 2019
    Aug 2019
    Jan 1982
    Jan 1982

  • Finishers
    • Double A Spinebuster - Spinning Spinebuster ( April 3, 1983 - August 25, 1997)
    • DDT ( January 2, 1982 - August 25, 1997)
  • Theme Songs
    • Theme Song "Horsemen" by Jimmy Hart & Howard Helm - with The Four Horsemen - Team ( July 6, 1986 - May 17, 1999)
    • Theme Song "Heavy Rock" by James Harrington & Jeff Ward - Single ( July 2, 1994 - May 27, 1995)
    • Theme Song "Groover" by David Sinclair & Robert W. Buckley - Single ( March 23, 1993 - July 1, 1994)
    • Theme Song "Z-Custom" by Armand Frydman & Georges Bodossian - Single ( June 2, 1990 - March 22, 1993)
    • Theme Song "The Creeper" by Molly Hatched - Single ( December 25, 1989 - June 1, 1990)
    • Theme Song "Gimmy the Money" - with Tully Blanchard - Team ( June 28, 1987 - September 10, 1988)
    • Theme Song "The Evening Collection" - with Tully Blanchard - Team ( July 25, 1986 - June 27, 1987)
    • Theme Song "Far From Over" - with Ole Anderson - Team ( June 24, 1986 - February 24, 1987)

Titles & Accomplishments

  • Halls of Fame
    • WWE Hall of Fame - Year 2012, Groups , The Four Horsemen
  • World Wrestling Entertainment

    World Championship Wrestling, National Wrestling Alliance & Jim Crockett Promotions

    World Championship Wrestling & National Wrestling Alliance

  • Southeastern Championship Wrestling

    • 4 NWA Southeastern Tag Team Championship (3 with Jerry Stubbs, 1 with Pat Rose)
  • Other Accomplishments
    • NWA World Television Championship Tournament Winner (1986)
    • WCW World Tag Team Championship Tournament Winner (1991 – with Larry Zbyszko)
    • Southern States Wrestling's Kingsport Wrestling Hall of Fame induction (class of 2001)
    • Cauliflower Alley Club's Lou Thesz/Art Abrahams Lifetime Achievement Award Winner (2016)
    • PWI Tag Team of the Year (1989 - with Tully Blanchard)
    • PWI Tag Team of the Year (1991 - with Larry Zbyszko)
    • PWI Feud of the Year (1987 - The Four Horsemen vs. The Super Powers & The Road Warriors)
    • PWI Stanley Weston Award Winner (1997)
    • 8° in the PWI 500 (1991)
    • WON Best on Interviews (1990)

Relations

Arn Anderson Games Appearances (10)

WWE Main Series (3/24)

Other Games (7)

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