The Warlord: Left the WWF in early 1992 and had to retire in 1996 due to injuries suffered in a car accident. Was able to make a return in 2003 and had continued wrestling since. In 2012 he teamed with former WWE allies Haku and Barbarian against Mike Bennett (Mike Kanellis) and The Young Bucks in CHIKARA‘s King of Trios tournament (yes, really). Was part of the class action lawsuit against WWE related to brain injuries that was thrown out recently.
Ted DiBiase: Stopped wrestling in 1993 and left WWE in 1996 after transitioning to the role of manager and found his way into WCW for a brief non-wrestling spell. Has made countless televised WWE appearances since in backstage segments, most recently at Raw 25. 2010 Hall of Fame inductee, remains an active member of WWE‘s extended family of legends.
Ric Flair: Became WWE Champion two months later in a standout performance at Royal Rumble. Returned to WCW in 1993 and won several more world titles. Returned to WWE in late 2001 and was back in the ring by January 2002. Wrestled for another six years, ending his run in a memorable WrestleMania outing with Shawn Michaels. Wrestled again after that on Hulk Hogan produced indy shows and in TNA but most fans pretend they did not happen. Now lives vicariously through daughter Charlotte Flair.
The Mountie: Became IC champ two months later and tag champ in 1993 as part of the excellent Quebecers. Retired in 1994, for the first time. Had a disappointing spell in WCW followed by an even more underwhelming WWE return during the Attitude Era.