No. 1 Ric Flair vs. No. 8 Big Show
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.
Show is a former WCW, ECW, WWE and World Heavyweight Champion. He has also held the Tag Team, Hardcore, United States and Intercontinental titles.
No. 4 Kurt Angle vs. No. 5 Brock Lesnar
Angle has held the TNA, ECW, WWF 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.
Lesnar is a three-time WWE Champion. He has also won King of the Ring and the Royal Rumble.
No. 3 Bruno Sammartino vs. No. 6 Batista
Sammartino is the longest reigning WWE Champion in history. This is a feat that will, in all likelihood, never come close to being matched.
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.
No. 2 Shawn Michaels vs. No. 10 Eddie Guerrero
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.
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.