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    Your top 3 pro wrestlers ever?

    Not gonna make it long. Here's mine -

    1. Shawn Michaels
    2. Bret Hart
    3. Ric Flair

    What are yours?


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    The Rock
    Bret Hart
    Diesel


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    Quote Originally Posted by DW44 View Post
    The Rock
    Bret Hart
    Diesel
    Not to disrespect you at all. But bro, are you being sarcastic or serious? I'm confused.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Not to disrespect you at all. But bro, are you being sarcastic or serious? I'm confused.
    Not being sarcastic, I'm a big time Kevin Nash mark.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DW44 View Post
    Not being sarcastic, I'm a big time Kevin Nash mark.
    Ok, no probs. Your choice.


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    Shawn Michaels, The Rock, Jeff Hardy

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    Pure wrestling ability

    1.Angle
    2.Hart
    3. benoit

    Overall package

    1 The Rock
    2. Flair
    3. HBK


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    Bret Hart (Sadly after WCW and everything ended up being a whiner)-also the reason i could never like HBK,Austin
    Kane (not sure why always had soft spot for him)
    Jeff Hardy (kept me interested when i started losing interest because of his daredevil stunts)


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    Shawn Michaels

    Eddie Gurerro

    Chris Benoit



    Back in the day when I used to watch wrestling Batista was a new name in the world of WWE and he definitely one of my favourite youngsta beauties.


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    The single greatest overall performer in the history of pro-wrestling in terms of skill , influence , star power , drawing ability , character and mic skills is The Nature Boy Ric Flair; this is universally agreed in the industry among majority of fans, peers, experts, promoters, managers and journalists.

    When it comes to in-ring performances, no one will ever surpass Shawn Michaels his resume is akin to that of Sugar Ray Robinson; he was simply incredible and his greatness has been cemented across 2-3 era's.

    After these two I could probably make a case for a number of wrestlers but Shawn and Ric's no.2 and no.1 ranking are not in doubt for me.

    So I'd like to group a number of wrestlers in the no.3 spot which include Roddy Piper, Bruno Samartino , Dusty Rhodes , The Rock , Hulk Hogan , Bret Hart , Undertaker , John Cena , Stone Cold Steve Austin , Randy Savage , Sting , Lou Thez , Harley Race , Kurt Angle and Chris Jericho.

    My personal favourites:

    1. Shawn Michaels
    2. AJ Styles / Kurt Angle / Chris Jericho

    3. Undertaker / Kenta Kobashi / Jushin Thunder Liger/ Samoa Joe/ Brock Lesnar / Rey Mysterio / Eddie / Hollywood Hogan / Sting / Bret Hart / Goldberg / Randy Savage / The Rock / Austin / Kane / Daniel Bryan and probably many others

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    my favourite are

    Rock

    Taker

    Austin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Ok, no probs. Your choice.
    It is a top 3 personal favourites list right Kevin Nash wasn't so bad as a member of the NWO he was an edgy character, Diesel wasn't so bad either and Bret who is incredibly critical when it comes to in-ring performances actually has a lot of respect for him; the problem was that Vince pushed him too hard, too early and shoved him down the fans throats a bit much like Roman Reigns at present so it sought of back fired and he has that unique record of being the worst draw as WWE champion which overshadows his career a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adil_94 View Post
    my favourite are

    Rock

    Taker

    Austin
    Astaghfirullah, change your pick! Hollywood Rock aka clangin and bangin woke up at 4am with excitement because I was going to bury some mid-card youngster can make the tooth fairy part 5; we don't care about him any more!!! bloody part timer:



    Change the pick ideally to Kenny Omega w/Dave Meltzer off course as his manager, they come as a package @Aman

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    This might be a bit of an unusual pick but another one of favourites is none other then Vince Meekman!! there's not a thing he can not do!!! @Markhor

    We need to give him a lot of credit for spearheading the attitude era which saved the WWF, were it not for his rivalry with Austin who knows what would have come of the company although WCW were doing a damn good job self-destructing

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    @shaz619 rofl rofl i didnt like Wyatts jobbing to Rock. But was my favourite wrestler as a kid bah gawd the electricity.

    my new updated list.

    Omega

    The Young Bucks

    Okada
    @Aman will approve.

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    Don't have a list but when I used to follow wrestling my favourite at some point of time was one of the below:

    Brett hart
    British bulldog
    Rock
    Brock lesnar


    Apart from the above I did love watching Jeff hardy, lita, Austin, undertaker, crash holly, Goldberg, Torrie Wilson, Debra, Jerry lawler, macho man, hulk hogan, razor Ramon..

    Might have missed a few names wrestling got boring when everyone quit in early 2000's and when I grew up..
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    My personal top 3 in no particular order would be:

    The Undertaker, Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels.

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    top 3

    shawn michaels
    undertaker
    stonecold steve austin..

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    Big Daddy
    Bret Hart
    Jeff Hardy


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    I started following wrestling religiously in 2003 so my favourites are:

    1) Undertaker
    2) JBL- A very underrated heel
    3) Triple H

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    All time

    1) AJ Styles
    2) Eddie Gurrero
    3) The Rock

    Currently
    1) AJ Styles
    2) Kenny Omega
    3) Naito


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    John Cena, Steven O'Keefe and Daniel Bryan

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    1. Kevin Nash

    2. Scott Steiner

    3. Buff Bagwell

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    Ric Flair is another one of my all time favourites

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    I must say some of these lists from posters are very interesting @Hitman

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    I grew up a die hard WCW-fan, and hated the WWF. The only WWF-wrestler I ever liked was Kurt Angle. Wrestling died on 26.03.2001 when the last Nitro aired. I followed the Invasion-storyline, but all they did was bury WCW. Stopped watching wrestling - except for old WCW footage on YouTube.

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    Yeah I agree with the OP.
    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    This might be a bit of an unusual pick but another one of favourites is none other then Vince Meekman!! there's not a thing he can not do!!! @Markhor

    We need to give him a lot of credit for spearheading the attitude era which saved the WWF, were it not for his rivalry with Austin who knows what would have come of the company although WCW were doing a damn good job self-destructing
    Not as a worker though ! Vince had three moves - clothesline, choking, and punching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markhor View Post
    Yeah I agree with the OP.


    Not as a worker though ! Vince had three moves - clothesline, choking, and punching.
    That was all you required in the attitude era in fact that could be the same number of moves which the ultimate warrior and hogan had

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    The single greatest overall performer in the history of pro-wrestling in terms of skill , influence , star power , drawing ability , character and mic skills is The Nature Boy Ric Flair; this is universally agreed in the industry among majority of fans, peers, experts, promoters, managers and journalists.

    When it comes to in-ring performances, no one will ever surpass Shawn Michaels his resume is akin to that of Sugar Ray Robinson; he was simply incredible and his greatness has been cemented across 2-3 era's.

    After these two I could probably make a case for a number of wrestlers but Shawn and Ric's no.2 and no.1 ranking are not in doubt for me.

    So I'd like to group a number of wrestlers in the no.3 spot which include Roddy Piper, Bruno Samartino , Dusty Rhodes , The Rock , Hulk Hogan , Bret Hart , Undertaker , John Cena , Stone Cold Steve Austin , Randy Savage , Sting , Lou Thez , Harley Race , Kurt Angle and Chris Jericho.

    My personal favourites:

    1. Shawn Michaels
    2. AJ Styles / Kurt Angle / Chris Jericho

    3. Undertaker / Kenta Kobashi / Jushin Thunder Liger/ Samoa Joe/ Brock Lesnar / Rey Mysterio / Eddie / Hollywood Hogan / Sting / Bret Hart / Goldberg / Randy Savage / The Rock / Austin / Kane / Daniel Bryan and probably many others
    Bro, he asked for 3

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    Mine would be: Shawn Michaels, Stone Cold and Sting/Taker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Devil View Post
    Bro, he asked for 3
    I just have so many, Styles and HBK are probably my all time favourite but for the no.3 spot I like so many wrestlers in equal measure like miya love Kurt and Jericho as much as Styles. Shawn is my undisputed favourite though that is easier to answer. Maybe we should have a list of wrestlers we hate most as well?

    My top 3 most hated wrestlers:

    1. The People's Part Timer

    2. Dwayne Johnson

    3. The Brahma Bull Crap

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    On all round ability,

    Taker
    Shawn
    Austin

    On pure wrestling ability

    Angle
    Beniot
    Brett

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    Top 3 superstars:

    1. Steve Austin
    2. The Rock
    3. Hulk Hogan


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    Top 3 WWE superstars for me:

    1. Shawn Michaels
    Mr. Wrestlemania was the complete package. The spearhead of the Klik, great rivalries and legacy, amazing mike skills. He was so big in WWE at one time that he and Vince used to sit down and plan every week card and events. WWE owes him a lot as he attracted a lot of fan following before the attitude era.

    2. Steve Austin
    He was the attitude in the attitude era. The guys had a unique charisma and machoism about him, he is the reason WWE came on top during that intense rivalry with WCW. He had great rivalries notably with Rock and McMahon. His 3:16 speech is still widely regarded as one of the best live speeches.

    3. John Cena
    I know most of them hate on this person in this day and age however one must agree that WWE owes him a lot for being there through the last decade and to be fair he the last one from that attitude era left. He was different when he arrived with his rap skills and during that time gave great matches against JBL, Umaga and many others. the reason I rate him is due to his longevity.

    PS - Not seen much of Ric Flair in his early days hence did not include him in my list.

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    Easy to pick really

    1. Steve Austin 2. The Rock 3. Undertaker

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