There are a lot of great Wrestlers in the WWE. They all have particular strengths and weaknesses.
When it comes to some of the Superstars, some of them are just on the fence.
However, instead of arguing over who's the best superstar overall like everyone always does, let's focus on the best wrestlers in particular categories.
Lets face it, when it comes to Morrison, he's the closest thing resembling Spiderman in ring. He is all about flashy moves, moves that would put a normal person in a full body cast for trying to attempt.
One particular feat of athleticism I can remember from Morrison is his jaw dropping tightrope walk during last year's Royal Rumble. How many guys do you see walking along the barricade with so much ease?
It's pretty much the whole reason why everyone likes Morrison. No matter what, he's always achieving moves that other wrestlers wouldn't even think of attempting.
Honorable Mention: Evan Bourne
This was an obvious one here. Who doesn't remember the awesome shoot that CM Punk did going into Money In the Bank? Not only did he fry everyone who he mentioned, he instantly gained popularity after it.
Ever since then he's been cutting promo after promo and he's been brilliant in every one. It's not every day that you see a guy who can successfully be an antihero on the microphone.
Honorable Mention: The Miz
Daniel Bryan is one of those guys who you can watch week after week and you will always see him pull out a different maneuver every match. He's literally a magician of submissions.
He might not be a huge powerhouse but when it comes to mat work and locks, there's just no one on the roster who can touch him. Hopefully his technique will get him the title when he cashes in the MITB.
Honorable Mention: CM Punk
Cody Rhodes has the most refined gimmick out of anyone on the roster. WWE struck gold by turning him from a typical pretty boy gimmick into the psychologically disturbed ugly duckling.
It's good to see this gimmick living up to its potential. Only Cody would be able to take a gimmick like an ugly monster and run with it.
Honorable Mention: R Truth
Good god, Sheamus is a monster. The guy is obviously ripped to core, even being able to pick up guys such as Mark Henry. Even being a powerhouse, he's still flexible enough to run pretty fast off the ropes and pull off high kicks.
Sheamus is the top guy when it comes to being a powerhouse, and it's a good thing to see him becoming more popular. All is well for the Irishman.
Honorable Mention: Mark Henry
Rey is one of the guys who date back to WCW, so it's not so surprising to see him completely crush everyone when it comes to his legacy. It's great to see someone with so many injuries have that many titles to his name.
Honorable Mention: John Cena
Let's face it, this last feud with Randy Orton hasn't really been the best thing for Christian. However, we can't forget that Christian got two (short) title runs out of it, plus he is the biggest heel on Smackdown.
Maybe Christian will have a legit title run in the future. We can only hope so as he is a great wrestler and even as a heel he still gets cheered.
Honorable Mention: John Morrison
I mean, come on, who else was I going to pick? Cena has been the face of the company for a while now, being the poster boy for movies, merchandise, guest appearances, you name it.
Maybe the WWE will change the face of the company sometime in the future. But until then, John Cena still remains Mr. WWE.
Honorable Mention: Randy Orton
That's all for now Bleachers!