"Precious" Paul Ellering managed the Road Warriors in the World Wrestling Federation in 1992.
Throughout 1998 he managed the Disciples of Apocalypse, who were then feuding with the Legion of Doom. By the end of his second WWF run, though, he was back to managing the LOD, most notably on Sunday Night Heat, during a tag-team battle royal for a shot at the tag titles later in the night at WrestleMania XV, though they were unsuccessful.
In 2011, Ellering was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, along with the Road Warriors, by "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes.
Ellering made his return to WWE programming at NXT Takeover: The End on June 8, 2016 apparently revealing himself as the manager of a debuting Sunny Dhinsa and Gzim Selmani after their attack on American Alpha.