Greatest >>in-ring<< performer..

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  1. GearSolidMetal

    GearSolidMetal I'm here to chew bubblegum and bang your mom. Platinum Member

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    HBK or RVD.

    Both are equal in my eyes.
     
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    HBK > Bret
     
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    I've been watching old Gino Hernandez matches and he was damn fucking good.

    He could've been one of the best actually. He was Michaels before Michaels was a thing
     
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    Had the same drug habbit too. Only his killed him.
     
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    As well as. Both being trained by Jose Lothario
     
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    I feel like if you combine your picks you get Eddie Guerrero.
    My pick is hennig. Honerable mention to Mike awesome for his in ring work being a monster and doing what he did.
     
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    Bret for me. Had the perfect mix of technicality and highlight reel moments. The pacing of his matches was perfect to where they never seemed to drag on. Shawn Michaels was great and I loved watching his matches, but he always kind of felt like a more technical and athletic Hulk Hogan. His matches were more spectacle than sport.

    One guy I thought put on great matches, but probably wont be on anyone's list because he never made it to the very top is Tazz. I loved watching him slam guys all over the ring. And he was the first to bring aspects from MMA into pro wrestling.
     
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    Bret.

    Honorable mention to Hennig.
     
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