These are the official 15 greatest pro wrestlers of all time.the rankings are sourced from 1990-2010.
Number of titles won, charisma, popularity, superstar status, and their abilities are taken into account.
I am a huge fan of wrestling for over two decades now.
Over the years i have seen some great wrestlers appear and some just leave or fade away from wrestling. Hence I have not taken them into an account.
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Goldberg, Brock Lesnar, and The Rock are not included in the lists because of their short time in wrestling.
The macho man randy savage.
One of the most colorful personalities in the world of wrestling.
His immortal battles against Hogan,Flair, and Piper are still some of the best matches of all time.
Rowdy Roddy Piper was one of the best wrestlers to have unlimited talent on mic.
He was inducted into the hall of fame on year 2005.
His battles with hogan and flair in wcw was very epic and controversial.he later jumped to WWE for a short term till his contract.
His infamous Piper's Pit was the best onscreen interview segment.
Razor ramon "scott hall" was known as the bad guy of wrestling.
He later left WWE and joined WCW forming one of the biggest groups in wrestling, the nWo.
Bret The Hitman Hart was one of greatest wrestlers of late and mid 90s. He held 31 championships in various promotions during his professional wrestling career, and is recognized by WWE as a seven-time World Champion: a five-time WWF Champion, and two-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion.
He is also the 1994 Royal Rumble winner. He is certainly the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be.
The nature boy ric flair was one of the greats in the 80s,but he was controversial in the 90s.
He ended up being a Hall of Famer in 2008 and after Shawn Micheals made him retire in an epic match, flair received one of the greatest send offs in pro wrestling history.
Hollywood hulk hogan was the greatest in the late 80s.
Later in the 90s he left the WWF and made his debut in WCW, forming an alliance with Eric Bischoff and creating an epic faction called nWo.
He later re-entered WWE in 2002 and was always the most cheered wrestler. The Hall of Famer is now a part of TNA.
Chris Jericho is the most controversial wrestler of all time. His unbelievable mic skills along with his immense in ring talent has made him a six-time world champion.
Defeating Rock and Austin in the same night and beating three legends in the same night was some of his amazing achievements.
A great ladder match specialist along with some great heel performances has made him even popular.
The rated r superstar edge has become the most charismatic wrestler of today.whether he is heel or face he is an outstanding wrestler.
The 9 time world champion along with winning the money in the bank ,he is one of the reasons of the creation of the TLC matches.
Edge was also the Royal Rumble winner of 2010.
"The Animal" 'Batista is one of the most physical specimens in pro wrestling.
Batista started his career in the shadows of HHH and Flair.
Later after winning the Rumble in 2005 he defeated HHH for the title. Batista took WWE into a different gear. His amazing strength and speed made him dominate opponents at will.
The only Olympic gold medalist in history of professional wrestling, Kurt Angle is one of the most decorated wrestlers of all time.
His submission skills and his technical skills has made him have all the success he accomplished in pro wrestling. As of now, Kurt Angle is dominating the TNA roster.
Randy Orton is the youngest world champion in pro wrestling history after he was in the shadows of Ric Flair and HHH, he later was separated from Evolution after winning the title.
Randy Orton defeated the likes of HHH, Cena, HBK, and several greats to achieve his main event status. The Royal Rumble winner formed a group named Legacy with joining forces against DiBiase and Rhodes He is a certain Hall of Famer.
The Texas Rattlesnake Stone Cold Steve Austin was the most popular star in the late 1990s. His infamous rivalry against Vince McMahon and The Rock electrified the attitude era of the WWF. Steve Austin became a multi-time world champion after defeating the likes of Rock, HHH, HBK, Taker, and many others.
Steve Austin has the record of the most wins in the Royal Rumble. He was the 2009 Hall of Fame inductee.
The Heart Break Kid, Shawn Michaels, is no doubt the greatest in ring performer of all time.
HBK has been the showstopper for almost a decade and a half by stealing the shows at some big time pay-per-views such as Wrestlemania and Royal Rumble.
His infamous rivalry against Bret Hart was the one of the greatest rivalries of the late 90s.Shawn micheals was also the innovator of the ladder matches.
The faction Degeneration X, formed by HHH and HBK is still the most controversial teams of all time. HBK is a certain future Hall of Famer.
The game Triple H is the most powerful force in WWE. The king of kings is 13 time world champion defeating the greatest of the greats. HHH is responsible for creating two of the most popular groups of all time Evolution and DX.
Triple H has done it all to be a certified legend in the business. He had some of the most brutal matches in WWE including Hell in a Cell and the elimination chamber.
As of now, HHH is a main member of the Raw roster.
Whether its in wrestling ring ,a movie hall or in a media locality,nobody has got the most cheers and boos from the people as John Cena has.
Cena is the most popular wrestler in WWE today.His immense talent in the ring and outside the ring has made him into a movie star.
The eight-time world champion has already made his mark as the top dog the business by defeating the best and greats of today.
Cena is also referred to as the most hard working performer in and outside the ring. John Cena is known to the world as the modern icon in sports entertainment
Nobody in the history of professional wrestling dominated the squared circle for two decades as the way the phenom did.
The Undertaker is no doubt the most respected figure in wrestling history. The Deadman made even the greats look weak against him.
Due to his immense size and strength followed up with speed and agility, he was quickly recognized as the phenom of WWE in the early 90s.
The Undertaker was the innovator of the brutal hell in a cell matches, and creator of casket matches.
Whether its his amazing mind games or his outstanding in ring performances, Taker will never be replaced. His infamous streak of 17-0 at Wrestlemania is an example of his achievements.