The Manager in Professional Wrestling, more specifically the WWE, has become an endangered species.
During the heyday of the WWE in the 1980's, the manager played a very important role in the development of the specific superstar, or superstars, that were under their tutelage.
They also used their clever cunning, and razor sharp wrestling know-how to aid their wrestlers in earning important pinfalls over their opponents, which would later be rewarded with championship title opportunities.
Often, managers would act as the wrestler’s mouthpiece, and would often cut promos on their behalf.
The manager has always been a classic part of professional wrestling as a whole, and should be brought back to the WWE.
Here are the top 10 greatest managers in WWE history, from No. 10 to No. 1.