No. 1 Ric Flair vs. No. 16 Daniel Bryan
Flair is a 16-time World Heavyweight Champion, with reigns in NWA, WCW and WWE. In many peoples minds, Flair is pro-wrestling. Flair has held numerous Tag Team titles as well as the WWE Intercontinental Championship. In 1992 Flair won the Royal Rumble. He is also the first ever WCW triple-crown winner. Flair has been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice, by himself and with the Four Horsemen.
Bryan is a former WWE World Heavyweight Champion. He has also held the Tag Team and United States titles. Bryan won Money in the Bank in 2011.
No. 2 Shawn Michaels vs. No. 15 Chyna
Michaels is a former WWE Champion and World Heavyweight Champion. He has also held the Tag Team, European and Intercontinental titles. Michaels was the first ever WWE grand slam winner. Michaels won back to back Royal Rumbles in 1995 and 1996. In 2011 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Chyna was tagged as the 'Ninth wonder of the world.' She is the only woman to ever hold the WWE Intercontinental Championship—she did so twice. Chyna was also the first woman ever to enter the Royal Rumble match.
No. 3 Bruno Sammartino vs. No. 14 Vince McMahon
Sammartino is the longest reigning WWE Champion in history. This is a feat that will, in all likelihood, never come close to being matched.
McMahon is the owner of WWE. His feud with Steve Austin helped launch WWE into and through the famous Monday Night Wars. McMahon is a former WWE and ECW World Champion. He also holds the honor of having won the Royal Rumble in 1999.
No. 4 Kurt Angle vs. No. 13 Ted DiBiase
Angle has held the TNA, ECW, WWE and WWE World Heavyweight championships. While in WWE, he also held the Tag Team, European, Hardcore and Intercontinental titles. Angle is a former King of the Ring winner. In TNA, Angle won King of the Mountain twice and was their second ever triple-crown winner.
DiBiase just might be one of the most iconic WWE Legends ever. He is a two-time Million Dollar Champion and a three-time Tag Team Champion. In 1988 DiBiase won the King of the Ring. In 2010, DiBiase was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
No. 5 Brock Lesnar vs. No. 12 Jeff Hardy
Lesnar is a three-time WWE Champion. He has also won King of the Ring and the Royal Rumble.
Hardy is a six-time world champion between WWE and TNA. He has also held the WWE Light Heavyweight, Hardcore, European, Tag Team, and Intercontinental titles. With his brother Matt Hardy, he was part of the very successful Hardy Boyz tag team.
No. 6 Batista vs. No. 11 Sheamus
Batista has held the WWE and World Heavyweight titles a combined six-times. He is also a four-time WWE Tag Team Champion. In 2005 he won the Royal Rumble.
Sheamus is a former WWE and World Heavyweight Champion. He has also held the WWE United States title. Sheamus also holds the honor of having won King of the Ring and the Royal Rumble.
No. 7 Scott Hall vs. No. 10 Eddie Guerrero
Hall is a two-time WCW Champion. He is also a seven-time WCW Tag Team Champion. While in WCW, he also held the Television title. In WWE, Hall was a four-time Intercontinental Champion. His WWE days might be best known for his work with HBK.
Guerrero is a former WWE Champion. He has also held the European, Tag Team, United States, and Intercontinental titles. While in WCW, he was a two-time Cruiserweight Champion. Guerrero was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006.
No. 8 Big Show vs. No. 9 Yokozuna
Show is a former WCW, ECW, WWE and World Heavyweight Champion. He has also held the Tag Team, Hardcore, United States and Intercontinental titles.
Yokozuna is a two-time WWE Champion and a two-time Tag Team Champion. He won the Royal Rumble match in 1993. In 2012, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.