So it begins. The 100 greatest wrestlers of all time starting with 100-91. If you want to take a look at the 50 honorable mentions that didn’t quite make the cut, please click on the link here. Beyond that, please keep in mind that this list encompasses all of pro wrestling history, I may have missed a couple of people, there are a few deliberate omissions, and this is based on singles stardom, not tag teams. So with that being said, this is 100-91. Continue reading “Top 100 Greatest Wrestlers of All Time: 100-91”
So we continue our special with one of the most loved championships in professional wrestling history. If ever there was a belt that was synonymous with the term ‘secondary singles championship’, it would be the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Often imitated, but rarely duplicated, the WWE Intercontinental Championship is the belt that every other secondary championship aspires to be… Granted in the past couple of years, it has been a title synonymous with wrestlers forced to job out to other people, the the legacy it holds still stands…. Even in if the ROH Television Championship is starting to surpass it thanks to Jay Lethal… and the IWGP Intercontinental Championship… REGARDLESS! This belt has an amazing legacy to it and we are going to look at the best and worst that this championship has to offer.
Due to the fact that this will be a Top Ten list, I will be separating the Best Intercontinental Champions with the Worst Intercontinental Champions. Today, we will be looking at the ones who just didn’t quite have the most ‘illustrious’ of reigns. This is the Top Ten Worst WWE Intercontinental Champions of All Time. Continue reading “Top Ten Worst Intercontinental Champions”
So with the end of the 2015 HvZ:Athens Spring Invitational, I am currently in the come down phase of the adrenaline rush and my body and mind are absolutely dead. With that being said, I just do not have the energy to sit through another exploitation movie to review, so I am going to do an easy list featuring professional wrestling once again. Surprisingly enough, the WCW World Championship was one of the easiest to list.
Out of all the wrestlers who held the belt, almost all of them either fit into the excellent category and the rest fit into the horrific piles of dog shit category. After putting them into their two categories, it was just a matter of finding a place for them. The WCW Championship was a belt that found itself either in the hands of someone who dragged its prestige to the depths of the abyss, while at the same time having the next wrestler bring it back up to its former glory. So with that being said, we are going to look at the Top 5 Best and Worst WCW Champions of all time! Continue reading “The Best and Worst WCW Champions of All Time”