Top 100 WWE Wrestlers of All-Time: 90-81

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Top 100 WWE Wrestlers of All-Time: 90-81

So many wrestlers have graced a WWE ring.

Some, we barely remember.  Others, we think about every single day.

If you could break every WWE wrestler down and put them in a top 100, who would you list and how would you rank them?

I will try to attempt this over the next month, taking a page out of NFL Network's book.

Recently, the NFL Network had a series of shows of the top 100 NFL players of all-time, listing just 10 players a week, until they got to the final 10.

Once a week, I will post a slideshow of 10 wrestlers, starting at 100.

I want to be clear that I am only considering time with CWC (Capitol Wrestling Corp.), WWWF,WWF and WWE.

Time spent with other organizations, rather they were an affiliate of WWE or not is not being considered in my list.

Wrestlers will be ranked on championships won, charisma, skills, popularity and their overall impact on the WWE landscape. 

I know I will take a lot of heat for some of my picks, and maybe a lot of respect for some of my picks. This is nothing more then an opinion article and I am entitled to who I think belongs where, and I am looking forward to all of your comments and where you would rank these wrestlers.

Also, if I miss out on anybody, let me hear about it.

Last week, the first ten wrestlers of my top 100 (100-91) were posted, let's revisit them before we head into 90-81.

100.  Hillbilly Jim
99.  Big Bossman
98.  Vader
97.  Killer Kowalski
96.  Pat Patterson
95.  "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan
94.  Buh Buh Ray Dudley
93.  William Regal
92.  Big John Studd  
91.  CM Punk

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