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Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Two
He is known, among many nicknames, as Mr. Wrestlemania.  Over a span of nearly thirty years, Shawn Michaels became one of the biggest names in professional wrestling history.  He also was among the first superstars to prove that you didn't need to be 6'5" and 300+ lbs of…
Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Three
Whether he was Stunning Steve Austin in World Championship Wrestling or, more appropriately, Stone Cold in World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment, Austin always showed great ability in his storytelling within the match.  Very few superstars worked a better match than he did, even when he was …
Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Four
The moment fans heard, "If you smell what the Rock is cooking!", they knew they were witnessing greatness.  The first third-generation superstar in World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment history, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson became one of the biggest box offic…
Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Five
The "Game" Triple H comes in as the fifth-best in-ring workers of all time.  A 13-time World Heavyweight Champion, Triple H was one of the reasons that World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment's Attitude Era helped propel them to victory in the Monday Night War with World…
Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Six
Our sixth-best was the pride of El Paso, Texas,  "Latino Heat" himself Eddie Guerrero.  The youngest of Gory Guerreros sons, Eddie rose through the ranks from his days in Mexico's Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) before being signed on to Paul…
Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Seven
Facing our number seventh best in-ring worker for 21 straight Wrestlemania events meant he would "Rest In Peace" that night.  The Undertaker dominated and defeated 21 consecutive opponents at the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment's premiere event before finally los…
Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Eight
As we continue our countdown of professional wrestling's best in-ring workers of all-time, number eight not only found great success in the squared circle but also Olympic gold.  After winning two National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Championships, Kurt Angle went on to win the gold m…
Top Ten In-Ring Workers of All Time- Number Ten
When it comes to the profession of professional wrestling, the fans go a very long to deciding who becomes the biggest face of any era of wrestling.  At times, a superstar's ability with the mic is what gets them over with the fans.  Other times, their in-ring work pushes them to the …
From Beginning to End, the Franchise of the WCW
Sting, born Steve Borden on March 20, 1959, began his career teaming with Jim Hellwig (later known as the Ulttimate Warrior) in Continental Wrestling Association.  Together they were the Blade Runners, with Borden changing his name from Flash to Sting and Hellwig going from Justice to Rock...
Top Fifteen Stables in Wrestling- Number Three
Our Number three stable of all-time catapulted World Championship Wrestling into the lead of the Monday Night Wars with the World Wrestling Federation before growing too big for its own good.   While they had a huge part in WCW's success, they also played a massive in WCW's eventual d…

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