This Sunday, we will watch as two former allies in Cody Rhodes and Randy Orton face off in the square circle.
As allies, the two—alongside Ted Dibiase Jr.—were part of a stable known as Legacy. It was a stable that cherished the fact that its members were all part of a lineage of great stars.
Each man came into the business with a shadow at his back weighing him down because of the legacy of his father before him.
In the WWE today, more and more stars begin working in the business because of their fathers. Just in the last few years, the WWE has picked up second generation stars in Sin Cara and The Usos.
There are also a number of young stars still in WWE's training grounds, FCW, who are second or third generation superstars.
Each of these men have to fight to leave the shadows of their legendary fathers and make a name for themselves.
The following are five such superstars who have huge boots to fill.