I have enjoyed watching some slideshows and reading some of the lists on this site, but I decided I wanted to do something a little different. Instead of paying tribute to many of the usual faces, I decided I'd like to honor some of the forgotten men of wrestling.
In other words—pay homage to people that helped pioneer the sport in one way or another. People who excelled, without always taking the spotlight. And people who worked a lifetime, often with little thanks, or acknowledgment.
Over the years, there have been thousands of people who have worked in the industry, so this list is nowhere near comprehensive. Nor are the slides in any particular order of merit.
It's merely a chance to honor a few of the legendary figures of the sport.
So, for the viewing pleasures of the Bleachers, and Bleacherettes, here is a look at a few people who could easily make it in to an alternative Hall of Fame.