WWE is one of the biggest and most popular professional wrestling promotions in the world and has been for decades. The company has had its ups and downs, but it seems like it will always be around.
The WWE Hall of Fame is a place where many of the greatest wrestlers in history are honored for their contributions to the organization. It’s a place where you can see some of these greats getting inducted into the Hall of Fame and see them perform once again.
The greatest WWE wrestlers have their own unique story to tell, whether they were born into a family of wrestlers or developed their craft through years of hard work. Many of them also have an incredible backstory that fans love to hear about.
Stars like John Cena, The Rock, Brock Lesnar, Rick Flair, and Bret Hart are some of the most popular names in professional wrestling history. But there are plenty of other wrestlers who deserve recognition for their contributions to the sport.
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Top Greatest WWE Wrestlers
Here is our list of the top greatest WWE wrestlers of all time:
There are a lot of WWE wrestlers who have made an impression on people over the years. Some of them have been around for a long time, while others have come and gone. In the following list, we take a look at the best WWE wrestlers ever.
The Rock is one of the most popular WWE wrestlers ever. He began his career in 1996 and has won countless championships over the years. He was also one of the first wrestlers to become popular outside of wrestling fans as well. He has appeared in several movies and even hosted Saturday Night Live back in 2000.
John Cena has been a part of WWE since 2002, but he first gained notoriety when he won the United States Championship against Kurt Angle at WrestleMania XXI. His popularity grew, even more, when he defeated Edge at WrestleMania 22 for his first WWE Championship win. Since then he has held numerous titles including World Heavyweight Championship, ECW Championship, and Intercontinental Championship among others.
The Excellence of Execution was one of the greatest technical wrestlers of all time. He was also known for his ability to draw emotion out of crowds, which is why he’s one of the best performers in WWE history.
The Beast Incarnate is one of only two men to ever hold both the WWE Universal Championship and UFC Heavyweight Championship at once. He’s also a former NCAA Division I national champion in amateur wrestling, which explains why he can throw around anyone he wants in the ring.
WWE Ric Flair is widely considered to be one of the greatest professional wrestlers ever — if not THE greatest professional wrestler ever — due to his longevity and success throughout different eras in wrestling history (including being part of Hulk Hogan’s legendary heel turn against Sting).
Ric Flair was one of the first “characters” in wrestling history when he came onto the scene in 1976 for Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (MACW). He was known for his flashy attire, showmanship, and ability.