The pinnacle of a wrestler's career is when he or she is inducted into the World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Fame. Many have had the privilege of proclaiming they are the best of the best.
Starting from Andre the Giant and currently with Edge, Mil Mascaras and the Four Horsemen, the enshrinement encapsulates each legend in a moment of grace and divine spirit.
A wrestler positions him or herself with the best of the best to learn from the masters at their craft. Daniel Bryan trained with Shawn Michaels. Tyson Kidd worked with Bret Hart, two of the best who ever stepped foot in this business.
Those are only a few examples of greatness rubbing off on a younger wrestler.
Trying to predict a hall of famer is near impossible. Without pointless elaboration, it might take years to generate a resume worthy of such an honor.
It's all about the intangibles that cannot be taught. Countless articles have focused on dwelling in the non-teachable acts of wrestling. They consist of many things like passion, heart, determination, the eye for the sport and presumable destiny.
Among other things, the headline "acts" in the league of champions have the ability to use those intangibles and portray them every single night without missing a beat.
This piece tries to filter the good from the great while depicting an image similar to a hall of fame spreadsheet. Reverting back to passion and heart, I feel that in order to be a legend, you must have....