A great career, what makes a great career for a pro wrestler?
Is it just winning a lot of titles, or is it just winning two or three titles, but having extremely long reigns, or maybe just having a long career is the definition of a great one.
This question might be one that has challenged the minds of wrestling fans around the world.
I mean, do wrestling fans place the career John Cena has had (nine WWE Titles) on the same level as lets say Shawn Michaels' (four WWE titles) career?
I most certainly don't.
Nor do I believe there will ever be a perfect answer to this question, at least one that will satisfy all fans.
But we can try with this slideshow, of which I have compiled a list of 10 current wrestlers who have had the greatest careers out of all the superstars currently wrestling.
I have only chosen guys out of WWE and TNA, and have included their "stats" history from ECW, TNA, WWE, WCW, and NWA.
Here is the criteria I have followed:
1. Prestige of the title reigns
2. Quality of the matches they compete in
3. Their ability on the mic
4. Popularity with the fans
5. Their in-ring athleticism
However, before I continue, I understand that Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair are technically still wrestling from time-to-time, but I haven't included either one on them in the slideshow, because then they would be locks for the No. 1 and No. 2 spots.