I tend to cringe when I google "greatest wrestler of all-time" and I get names like Stone Cold Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan at the top of most lists.
Don't get me wrong, both of those men have been the most influential superstars in the history of the business, and deserve their spot in Wrestling's Hall of Fame. However, let's get real here.
Hogan was a juiced up meat head who had five moves in his arsenal, and Stone Cold was a bad ass, take no crap gimmick that stunned everyone in his path. Both were very likable characters, and both carried the business to great success.
But the greatest wrestlers of all-time? I'm not buying it whatsoever. Those guys don't make my list.
It should be noted that I have never watched any professional wrestling out of Japan. So while I'm sure there are many legends who have broken their backs for this sport over there, I'm just keeping my list strictly towards U.S. pros.