Wrestling is one of the oldest sport in The World, but pro wrestling as we know it today has only existed for a few decades. The Game of kings is now the Game of entertainer. In the last several decades pro wrestling has shaped some of the most acknowledged sports celebrities in history. When producing a “Top Of The Tops In The World” list, it’s always biased. I based my list on many key factors like showmanship, the capability to produce Great matches, fan’s feedback, and market Value of a Wrestler. With those details in mind, here is a list of the “Top 10 Greatest wrestlers” in The History of Wrestling Entertainment.
1- Hulk Hogan
Hulk Hogan the greatest wrestler of all time. none of the wrestlers in the history would have made the impact he did. And for that reason, along with many others, he is the greatest of all time. Many may argue my list, but I think it’s a fair estimation. Obviously, fans of the newer generation may be asking where their stars are. But one must memorize that many of the newer generation are still carving their paths, collecting their accolades and perfecting their craft. One day, they too may describe the greatest of all time.
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2- Stone Cold Steve Austin
After wasting time in WCW, Austin went to WWE where he was given a new lease on life. His “Stone Cold” character unleashed a can of whoop-ass on the American community, and sky rocketed the WWE into a billion dollar business. During his popular run, Austin’s t-shirts out sold other wrestling products 4-to-1. He was also a bone fide rating bonanza, helping WWE raw take over the lead from rival WCW Nitro. truly a champion deserved #2 spot Greatest Wrestlers in our list.
3- The Rock
The most thrilling man in sports entertainment spent less than a 10 Years with the WWE before retiring to Hollywood Film Industry. Though his sabbaticals have a tendency to last years, The Rock continues to visit the home that launched his victorious career. The Rock helps many championships, but his most regarded title was being “The Peoples Champion.” With his eyebrow raising and signature catchphrase, The Rock was one of the top draws for McMahon’s wild star-studded circus. a true Fighter, one of the Greatest Wrestler in History of Wrestling Entertainment.
4- The Undertaker
A reliable product in a world of egocentricity. Since making his debut for WWE in 1990, The Undertaker has blazed a pathway of devastation through the company. He has main event Wrestlemania, whitewashed all the big names like Austin and The Rock, and still able to participate in high profile matches without dissatisfaction. without any doubt, he is one of Greatest Wrestlers of all time if not Greatest.
5- John Cena
John Cena will never be mistaken for a Harley Race or Lou Thesz. But what Cena lacks in actual wrestling ability, he certainly makes up for in personality. For the last several years, Cena has been the face of the WWE. As a top products seller, his t-shirts can be seen all over arenas worldwide. Though hated by smart male fans, he is popular with the youth demographic WWE is pushing towards. Cena is 5th in our list of Greatest Wrestlers.
6- Triple H
For HHH, it really is all about the game. The game of wrestling. They call his the ” intellectual killer” for his skills to play brainpower games. But Triple H is also one of the best wrestler in-ring storytellers of the past few decades. His matches are always strong , make sense, and genuine. In current years, his backstage clout has misted up fans ruling of him. But the fact remains that he is one of the purest sports wrestler to come up the pike in recent years.
7- Brock Lesnar
Though Brock Lesnar spent partial time in the WWE, the “impression” he made during those times without doubt account for something. Lesnar was, at one time, the youngest WWE Heavyweight Champion. He was designed for greatness and pegged as the man to guide the company into the next detonation stage. After an eight year interruption, Brock Lesnar returned in 2012, prompting a massive media response. Though restricted in his role, his attractiveness amongst sports fans gave WWE a much-needed inoculation shot. not to mention, he is one of Greatest Wrestlers of all time.
8- Chris Jericho
I’m not a big fan of Chris Jericho, but there is no doubt that he is one of this generation’s most convincing and contentious characters. A perfect mix of wrestling talent and mic work, Jericho is consistently entertaining. He is credited as being the first Undisputed WWF Champion, having unified the World Championship and the WWF Championship by defeating The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin on the same night in 2001. surly he is the one of Greatest Wrestlers In The History.
9- Ric Flair
Rik Flair The “Nature Boy” was one of the 80s most gifted wrestlers. He held the NWA/ WCW World Heavyweight Championship more than any other wrestler. Un fortunately, the lack of i attention in NWA/WCW compared to WWF was disadvantageous to Flair. Flair will be known for his unbelievable set of marathon matches with Ricky Steamboat. #9 among best wrestlers of all time.
10- Rowdy Roddy Piper
The “Hot Rod” played the antagonist to Hulk Hogan’s hero in the mid 80s. Without Piper, in a role he was meant to play, the “Rock-n-Wrestling Connection” may not have been as successful as it was. What Piper lacked in wrestling skill, Otherwise when Piper got on the microphone, Fans knew they were going to be entertained. he is at #10 in list of Top 10 Greatest Wrestlers In The History.