The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) was started by Sir Julian Huxley, who at the time was a world-renowned biologist from England, and also the director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Unfortunately, the WWE has also given us some of the worst wrestling games of all time, from very early Playstation offerings like In The House to the Dreamcast's WWF Royal Rumble to just about any of the Xbox titles.
He then returned to Oxford as a Fellow, and eventually went on to form the WWF that we know as such a strong proponent of environmental conservation projects today.
One of the more violent games that were released was ECW Hardcore Revolution by Acclaim, based on the same engine as WWF Attitude for the Nintendo 64.
In the early 1980s, the WWF commissioned a toy company called LJN to create WWE toy action figures of some of their more popular wrestlers.
Since Sir Julian Huxley was so outspoken and bold that it ironically made him the perfect candidate to help form the WWF.
As WWF restructured into World Wrestling Entertainment, the popularity of wrestling action figures has not waned.
In the arcades, one of the more popular games based on the WWF (World Wrestling Federation) was WrestleFest.