So here we are… The top 20 greatest wrestlers of all time. Jesus Christ this has been one hell of a journey and already, looking at the 20, I have come to the conclusion that I may have split the finest of hairs in my number. Even the person who is ranked “20” can have a compelling argument as to why he would be number one. So keep that in mind people, at this point, we have truly hit the pinnacle. Any one of these 20 could be considered the greatest… But ultimately, I did make decisisions… So here we go! Also, be sure to check out the other sections as well!
We have reached the end of this little journey and with it comes the biggest prize in the WWE, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. This is a prestigious title that has gone back decades of history, being held by some of the greatest wrestlers in the business. Some of them, had memorable, and historic reigns… Then there are others, like today’s list that did not accomplish such a feat. It has been a long time coming, but before we finish this off with the best champions, let’s count down the Top Ten Worst WWE Champions of All Time! Continue reading “Top Ten Worst WWE Champions”
We continue forward with our special on the Best and Worst champions of the WWE with one of the most prestigious titles to grace the ring, the World Heavyweight Championship. Before it was just recently unified with the WWE Championship, the World Heavyweight Championship was a belt created by the WWE in order to give a Champion for each brand, Raw and SmackDown when the two brands split in the early 2000’s. While it may not boast a long and distinguished history like the WWE Championship belt, it does have the honor of being held by some of the greatest talents in pro wrestling history. So we continue this special with a list of the best and worst wrestlers to hold the World Heavyweight Championship.
Keep in mind this is my opinion that I based on the prestige of the wrestlers and their title reigns. If you disagree with the list or even agree, please leave it in the comment section below. Continue reading “WWE Special: Best and Worst World Heavyweight Championship”
For those expecting my review of Five Nights at Freddy’s, that will be coming on Thursday as I will be playing it much to the amusement of my friends tonight. So you can look forward to that later on in the week. For now however; we continue our list of the titles that have entered the hall of WWE with the more prestigious of the divisions that showcased the smaller wrestlers on the roster, the WWE Cruiserweight division. What was formerly the prestigious WCW Cruiserweight Championship, this title was brought over from the old WCW and given new life in the WWE where it would hang around until it was tarnished and left to rot in 2007, but more on that later. It does make sense why there is no longer a need for a Cruiserweight division, considering ‘cruiserweight’ are now winning world titles, the idea of a weight class in professional wrestling is very much an outdated and arachic thought process. But while it was still around, the cruiserweight continued to give us some of the most entertaining matches with high flying maneuvers and different schools of wrestling. So today we are going to showcase these wrestlers with the Top 3 Best and Worst wrestlers to hold the WWE Cruiserweight title.
NOW! BIG DISCLAIMER!!! This list is only to commemorate the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. In other words, any title reign that occurred before Billy Kidman’s title reign July 3rd, 2001 will not be considered for this list. This is WWE only, a list of the belts entire history is for another day. Also this list is my own personal opinion, if you disagree with it then please let me know in the comments and I will be happy to debate. With that said, let’s get to the worst on the list. Continue reading “WWE Special: Top 3 Best and Worst WWE Cruiserweight Champions (WWE ONLY!)”