World Wrestling Entertainment is home to some of the best professional wrestlers in the world who have delighted their fans with signature moves, incredible spectacle and surprisingly exceptional performances. While WWE prides itself on having some of the biggest stars in the business in its ranks, the topic of the greatest wrestlers of all time has been a point of contention, with every fan having their own opinion.
WWE’s efforts to consistently host wrestlers that fans admire and, ironically, some that fans look down on, have made it the number one wrestling promotion company worldwide. There is no doubt that the WWE has been and remains at the forefront of wrestling’s advancement since the turn of the 21st century.
An experienced wrestler, Mick Foley has fought in various promotional campaigns, but he is well known for his exploits in WWE. The retired theater wrestler is best known for his “Wreck” move, which he began using at the end of his very glamorous wrestling career. Foley, who is a member of Hall of Fame, headlined WrestleMania 1999 and was a three-time WWE World Champion.
His fondness for metals, which he used beyond rings, earned him a reputation for being cruel. Mick Foley’s spectacle was as brutal as his wrestling skills and a wide outburst of offensive words, complemented by his Mandil Claw finisher, which was arguably minor for his eight-time tag team championship.
“Rowdy” Roddy Piper
The late Roddy Piper was undeniably a forte in the ring. Known for his entry level bagpipes and kilt music, Roddy Piper was one of the genre’s biggest fans. This Scottish-born Canadian wrestler was one of the main stars of WrestleMania and Starrcade and won 38 championships in his wrestling career. Although he didn’t fight exclusively for WWE, Piper gained a lot of fame in this sport.
His dream move prowess has earned him several awards in WWE. Some may consider him the greatest wrestling villain, but Roddy Piper was without a doubt one of the best wrestling stars in WWE. Piper is a member of the wrestling Hall of Fame.
“Macho” Randy Savage
“Ooh yes”. Randy Savage was recognized by fans for signing “Oh yes,” but he was known for more than just that. His opening music “Pomp and Circumstance” was well known in WWE. The wrestler, who many call self-centered and narcissistic, was indeed a first-class wrestler. In 32 years of wrestling, his latest aerobatics were effective as they won several championships including a two-time World Heavyweight Championship.
John Cena is just phenomenal. Loved by kids and women alike, the wrestling superstar’s opening music is as classy as the man himself. His “you can’t see me” rhetoric has surely won him more fans. His showmanship is one of the most spectacular in the game. In terms of performance, Cena is only matched by a few in the WWE. He became the Champion 16 times.
He also won the US Championship and the Tag Team Belt. His list of finishing moves such as Attitude Adjustment, Facelock Stepover Toehold Facelock, commonly known as STF, Tapout Finisher and the brutal Five-Knuckle Shuffle, which many will call a new form of Folk Elbow, but not with an elbow, but a fist are some of the most brutal finishing blows in WWE.
For 40 years, Ric Flair has been number one in the wrestling world, and it’s not limited to WWE. His exploits in several wrestling promotions earned him the reputation he now adorns. “The Nature Boy”, as Flair was known in the days of the struggle, vibrated the rings vigorously to the tune of “Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30”.
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