These are the men who truly deserve to be in the top ten list. They have highlighted themselves by conquering on some of the greatest matches in their illustrious careers.
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62Koko B. WareJames Ware, better known by his ring name Koko B. Ware is a retired American professional wrestler who made his professional wrestling debut in 1978. He rose in popularity during the mid 1980s, while appearing in the World Wrestling Federation, where he was initially a strong mid-carder before he eventually ...read more.
63Dusty RhodesVirgil Riley Runnels, Jr., better known as "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, was an American professional wrestler, booker, and trainer who most notably worked for the National Wrestling Alliance, Jim Crockett Promotions, and the World Wrestling Federation, later known as the WWE.
64Bret HartBret Sergeant Hart, better known by his ring name Bret "The Hitman" Hart, is a Canadian-American writer, actor and retired professional and amateur wrestler. A member of the Hart wrestling family and a second-generation wrestler.
When you say Japanese Wrestling, I say Misawa. He is the Hogan of Japan and no one has had more matches there are ragarded as five star performances. - supersquirrel112
RIP Misawa. He was the greatest wrestler in the history of Japan. Only Stan Hansen and Jumbo Tsuruta come close to matching his popularity.
66John MorrisonJohn Randall Hennigan is an American professional wrestler and actor, who is best known for his tenure with the WWE where he was better known by his ring names John Morrison and Johnny Nitro.
Greatest skills and smackdown tricks..
67Gorgeous GeorgeGeorge Raymond Wagner was an American professional wrestler best known by his ring name "Gorgeous George". He gained mainstream popularity by becoming one of the biggest stars in the 1940s-1950s thanks to his outrageous character as both flamboyant and charismatic. He was inducted into the professional ...read more.
Never held a major title but oddly enough he is one of the most influential and popular wrestlers of all time. He is the orginator of the heel character and is also credited with being the first wrestler using entrance music. When the television first came out, George's character made pro wrestling a mainstream entertainment. - supersquirrel112
68Shelton BenjaminShelton James Benjamin is an American professional wrestler, and former amateur wrestler, perhaps best known for his tenure in WWE.V 1 Comment
69Hardcore HollyRobert William "Bob" Howard is a semi-retired American professional wrestler, actor and former racecar driver.V 1 Comment
71Rob Van DamRobert Alex "Rob" Szatkowski, better known by his ring name Rob Van Dam, is an American professional wrestler and occasional actor.
72Alberto Del Rio José Alberto Rodríguez best known as Alberto Del Rio is a Mexican professional wrestler and former mixed martial artist.
74Scott HallScott Oliver Hall is an American professional wrestler. He is best known for his work with the World Wrestling Federation under the ring name Razor Ramon and with World Championship Wrestling under his real name.V 1 Comment
Could go through an entire match walking on his hands, and simply kicking his opponent in the face repetitively.
Before the hype this was the man
The TOUGHEST wrestler of the world. Would have kicked Lesnar's, Goldberg's and Cena's ass and destroyed them if it was in a 'real' fight. But he was too underrated in WWE. At least WCW pushed him a bit. If you ask any wrestler in WWE for who is the toughest wrestler, everyone has replied,'' Haku, for sure.'' Even Rikishi has told,'' Brock Lesnar is tough, but Haku is crazy tough! ''. No matter why WWE calls him as 'King Haku'!
79Sin CaraSin Cara is a professional wrestling character used by WWE, currently portrayed by Jorge Arias, also known as Hunico.