Weight: 282 lbs.
Finishing Move: Big Boot
Manager/valet(s): Trish Stratus
Titles Held: 1x WWE Intercontinental Champ, 1x WWE Tag Team Champ, 1x WCW Tag Team Champ, 1x WWE European Champ, 2x WWE Hardcore Champ
Real Name: Andrew Martin
Test came to the WWF in December 1998. He was hired by Vince McMahon to deal with Triple H. At WrestleMania XV, he and D'lo Brown won a special battle royal for a shot at the tag team belts against Owen Hart and Jeff Jarrett, but were unsuccessful. Soon after that, Test broke away from the Corporation and was part of The Union, which consisted of Mick Foley, The Big Show and Ken Shamrock. He also started to date Stephanie McMahon, to the chagrin of her family, especially Shane. Shane and the Mean Street Posse tried to destroy Test, but he took out the Posse and beat Shane McMahon at SummerSlam. Shane then had a change of heart, and gave them his blessing. Test asked Steph to marry him and she agreed. In late November, their wedding was crashed by Triple H, who had footage of himself marrying a drugged Stephanie in Las Vegas. At Armageddon, in a match between Vince and HHH, Stephanie revealed that she really did marry Triple H and turned her back on Vince, Shane, and Test.
Test moved on and won the Hardcore Title from The Big Bossman in January 2000. A month later, he lost it to Crash Holly. Newcomer Trish Stratus then recruited Test, along with Prince Albert, to form a tag team called T & A. They made their WrestleMania debut by beating Al Snow and Steve Blackman. They then beat The Dudley Boyz at Backlash. They got a shot at the tag titles at King of the Ring in a Four Corners Match with Edge & Christian, The Hardy Boyz, and Too Cool, but were not successful. In the Fall, after putting The APA on the DL, they mocked them by forming The T & APA. The Acolytes returned in December and dismantled them. When Trish got involved with Vince McMahon, Albert offered his services to Stephanie. In a subsequent match, Albert attacked Test and put an end to their partnership for Steph. Trish sided with Albert and T & A feuded. The night after the Royal Rumble, Test beat WIlliam Regal for the European championship. He defended the title against all comers until WrestleMania, when he lost it to Eddie Guerrero. Angry that Test was such good friends with WCW owner Shane McMahon, Vince sent the Big Show after him. Shane and the Big Show had a Last Man Standing Match at Backlash, and Test helped Shane get the win. He and the Show clashed over the next month, with Hardcore Champion Rhyno adding himself to the mix. Rhyno won a Triple Threat Match between the three at Judgment Day. Test was entered into the King of the Ring tournament, but failed to qualify against Edge. He won the Hardcore Title from Rhyno, but lost it back to him the night after King of the Ring. Accused of being the "mole" that kept letting WCW people into the building, Test got back at his main accusors, the APA, by turning against them and joining the Alliance. He teamed with the Dudleys to beat Spike Dudley and the APA at SummerSlam. He and Booker T teamed and won WCW tag team gold and WWF tag team gold within a few weeks of each other. He beat Edge to get the Intercontintal Title, but lost it in a rematch at Surviovor Series. He won the Immunity Battle Royal, however, which meant he couldn't be fired if the Alliance lost. The Alliance did end up losing at Survivor Series, but Test kept his job. He teamed with Christian to lose to Scotty 2 Hotty and Albert at Vengeance.
Test didn't do much throughout the Spring, and in April the WWF had a roster split. He was drafted to Vince McMahon's Smackdown brand, where he feuded with Mark Henry. He joined with Christian and Lance Storm, who felt that Canadians were being treated unfairly in WWE, and called themselves the UnAmericans. They jumped to Raw during the summer, and Test targeted "The American Bad Ass", the Undertaker. Test lost to him at SummerSlam, and then tried to burn the American flag the next night on Raw. Thankfully, Booker T and Goldust intervened, and Kane and Bubba Ray Dudley joined the feud. William Regal joined the UnAmericans, but they lost to their four opponents at Unforgiven. The UnAmericans disbanded, and Test went into a slump. Stacy Keibler offered to be his manager, and made a few marketing suggestions, such as giving his fans a nickname like the Rock or Hulk Hogan did. They chose to call his fans "Testicles," and the saying actually caught on, getting Test back in the fans' good graces.