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WRESTLING SURVEY : Who are your top 5 technical wrestlers of all time IYO?
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Old 12 Jan 2014, 05:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default WRESTLING SURVEY : Who are your top 5 technical wrestlers of all time IYO?


Q2 : Top 5 Strongest/powerful wreslers IYO ?

Q3 : Top 5 intimidating wrestlers IYO ?

Q4 : Top 5 Agile high flying wreslers IYO ?

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Old 12 Jan 2014, 05:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Technical :

Brett Hart

Randy Couture

William Regal

Antonio Cesaro

CM Punk

Powerful :

Brock Lesner



Antonio Cesaro


Intimidating :

Papa Shango

Brock Lesner

Attitude Era Kane



High Flying :

Sami Zayn

Jeff Hardy

Shane McMahon

John Morrison

Alex Shelly
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Old 12 Jan 2014, 05:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Technical :

Daniel Bryan

Chris Benoit

Jushin Liger

Dynamite Kid

Dean Malenko

Powerful :

Brock Lesner

The Undertaker

Harley Race

Bruiser Brody

Triple H

Intimidating :

Brock Lesnar

The Undertaker


Harley Race

Ken Shamrock

High Flying :

Rey Mysterio

Mistico (Sin Cara)

Jushin Liger

Dynamite Kid

AJ Styles
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Old 12 Jan 2014, 05:52 PM   #4 (permalink)
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1. Chris Benoit: At any weight class he was a great technical wrestler, he didn't really lose anything by advancing in weight. He could do alot of everything, but his greatest work was usually in the technical area and at times against wrestlers in that same area despite their degree of talent.

2. Dean Malenko: Despite not being particularly marketable, the guy was great on the mat and with submissions. If you were looking to see a wrestling match the way great champions from the pre-heavily worked age did it, Malenko was as close as you were gonna get in the his true ECW matches vs. Eddie and prepare to have your mind blown.

3. Bryan Danielson: Unlike Benoit you got to see alot of his earlier development in-ring and all around from the masked American Dragon to the current Daniel Bryan. With Benoit there is quite a bit of his Stampede career that you not be able to see.

4. Dory Funk Jr.: Similar to Malenko, but his work is more for fans of say 70s and 80s style technical wrestling. Long, methodically paced matches were a limb is worked over and the match would usually end in some way due to the wearing of that limb or the back or neck, etc.

5. Osamu Nishimura: He is simply pure technical wrestling. He does a tad of everything, but the body of his work is focused more on a traditional, mat and submission style.


1. Mark Henry-a legit power lifter, and amazingly strong. Can dunk a basketball too, which is just about as amazing.

2. Batista-was once a power lifter, and weighed more than 350lbs., all muscle.

3. Lex Luger-a bit controversial here, but he was a part of Vince's failed World Bodybuilding Federation Experiment before becoming, 'the narcissist' in the 90's. Bodyslammed Yokozuna, a feat in and of itself since Yoko didn't hop up much at all.

4. Ted Arcidi-I know you haven't heard of him, but he was the first bodybuilder to cross over to professional wrestling. In the 1980's, he was known as a terrible worker, since he was about as agile as a potted plant.

5. Bill Kazmaier-WCW brought him in as 'the worlds strongest man,' and at the time he probably was. 6'3 and 350lbs., he actually had legitimate studies done one him to see what the limitations of human strength were. Forced to carry a giant globe on his back, his wrestling career died very quickly.


Lets see, I guess this one is really dependent on how you look at it.

1. Andre The Giant.

2. Kane (masked 90s)

3. The Undertaker

4. Abdullah The Butcher

5. Brock Lesnar


1. Jushin Thunder Liger: He's is probably the best high-flier of all time. He invented the Shooting Star Press and revolutionized high flying wrestling. Not only was Liger a great high-flier, but he was also a great mat wrestler.

2. Rey Mysterio: His size makes him very agile to do moves many pro wrestlers can't even perform.

3. Takuya Sugi: This is one of my top ten bests high flyers in the world in my personage is Yoshitsune. It has a technical and have good moves and their tremendous leaps scare is one of the best without a doubt. Is very well fighter.

4. Laredo Kid: This fighter has awesome air-type moves and technicality. Technique and high flying the perfect combination with a fighter.

5. Evan Bourne: Yeah! This is my favorite highflyer in all WWE. With his moves, his way of fighting has attracted my attention and his cyclorama is just amazing.

EDIT: Sorry if they're a bit too detailed, got carried off...
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