"One week later, a new wrestling personality explodes on the T.V. screens throughout the nation! Corny and colorful, he soon becomes a top-draw wrestling villain, playing the heavy under the logical name of... The Beast!" (excerpt from X-Men #8, originally published in November 1964)
For those who don't know the story: Shortly after Professor X names Cyclops deputy leader of the X-Men and Xavier leaves to take care of some personal business, Hank and Bobby are attacked by a crazed mob as Hank disregards his secret identity to save the life of a little boy stuck atop a water tower. Angry at having to run for his life as payback for his selfless act, Hank decides that he has had enough with trying to save humanity. So he quits the X-Men and pursues a career as a pro-wrestler, where he can get rich off of his mutant powers without arousing suspicion.
The short paragraph from X-Men #8 describes Hank's entire wrestling career before it came to an abrupt end as the Beast faced off with Unus the Untouchable inside the wrestling ring. However, I've always been interested in exactly what went on during that time (I'm sure it was longer than a week, since the big, national wrestling events aren't scheduled that frequently), especially since he is described as a "wrestling villain" and the crowd loved to hate him.
So this was just an idea of what a 1960s promotional photo of Hank as a pro-wrestler might look like.