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# Gimmick Birthday Height Weight Promotion Rating
1 No picture available Kevin Brien 77  
2 No picture available Karl Jepson 188 127  
3 No picture available Julia Kyy 166 65  
4 No picture available Jonathan Sayers  
5 No picture available Johnny La Magouille 155 118  
6 No picture available Impostor Jr. 25.03.1995  
7 No picture available Hermes Jr. 30.10.1987 172 85  
8 No picture available Jon Hammer 13.08.1985  
9 No picture available Daniel Flynn 183 109  
10 No picture available Johnny Rush 170 85  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Jushin Thunder Liger (NJPW, 2015) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW World Tag League 2015 - Tag 9 (01.12.2015) 9.61
2 The Undertaker (WWE, 2015) Undertaker World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Survivor Series 2015 (22.11.2015) 9.55
3 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2015) Shinsuke Nakamura New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW World Tag League 2015 - Tag 9 (01.12.2015) 9.47
4 Hiroshi Tanahashi (NJPW, 2015) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW World Tag League 2015 - Tag 9 (01.12.2015) 9.47
5 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan Sendai Girls Halloween Festival - Tag 2 (30.11.2015) 9.45
6 Cesaro (WWE, 2015) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Thursday Night SmackDown #848 (17.11.2015) 9.41
7 Austin Aries (TNA, 2015) Austin Aries USA HOH XI (14.11.2015) 9.41
8 Asuka (WWE, 2015) Asuka World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (21.11.2015) 9.33
9 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2015) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Winter Nagivation 2015 - Tag 5 (30.11.2015) 9.27
10 Chris Hero (Independent, 2015) Chris Hero USA Beyond Tournament For Tomorrow 4 - Tag 2 (29.11.2015) 9.26
11 Go Shiozaki (AJPW, 2015) Go Shiozaki Japan NOAH Winter Nagivation 2015 - Tag 3 (26.11.2015) 9.24
12 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2015) AJ Styles New Japan Pro Wrestling USA NJPW World Tag League 2015 - Tag 9 (01.12.2015) 9.17
13 CIMA (Dragon Gate, 2015) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate Crown Gate 2015 - Tag 18 (29.11.2015) 9.15
14 Alex Shelley (NJPW, 2015) Alex Shelley USA AAW Windy City Classic XI (28.11.2015) 9.12
15 Jun Kasai (WRESTLE-1, 2015) Jun Kasai Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS Japan W-1 WRESTLE-1 Tour 2015 Autumn Bout - Tag 5 (27.11.2015) 9.12
16 Minoru Suzuki (NJPW, 2013) Minoru Suzuki Japan NOAH Winter Nagivation 2015 - Tag 4 (29.11.2015) 9.12
17 Meiko Satomura (IGF, 2014) Meiko Satomura Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling Japan Sendai Girls (23.11.2015) 9.12
18 Kevin Owens (WWE, 2015) Kevin Owens World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Live Holiday Tour (29.11.2015) 9.11
19 Kazuchika Okada (Japan, 2015) Kazuchika Okada New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW World Tag League 2015 - Tag 9 (01.12.2015) 9.06
20 Sasha Banks (WWE, 2015) Sasha Banks World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Live Holiday Tour (29.11.2015) 9.02
21 Yuji Nagata (NJPW, 2013) Yuji Nagata New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW World Tag League 2015 - Tag 9 (01.12.2015) 9.02
22 Tomohiro Ishii (NJPW, 2015) Tomohiro Ishii New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW World Tag League 2015 - Tag 9 (01.12.2015) 9.01
23 Finn Balor (WWE, 2015) Finn Balor World Wrestling Entertainment Ireland WWE Live Holiday Tour (29.11.2015) 9.01
24 Kay Lee Ray (Europa, 2015) Kay Lee Ray Scotland ICW Fear & Loathing VIII (15.11.2015) 9.00
25 Akira Tozawa (Dragon Gate, 2015) Akira Tozawa Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate Crown Gate 2015 - Tag 18 (29.11.2015) 9.00
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The Ultimate Warrior: "If they refuse to understand that the power of the Ultimate Warrior has spread like a virus through the WWF then let them continue to walk as normal as they seem. But if those twenty eight normal men want to have special attractions such...Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[9.0] "Highlight of the show was the "true" main event, the big trios match with a bunch of former champions. A fast paced match which flew by, it was a blast to watch and a great way to end the weekend. Remington vs. Oleg was also quite good, strong wrestling and some creative humor as well, and nice to see Oleg getting a win to continue his momentum. The encore battle royal/royal rumble was unique and creative to boot, fun show."
[0.0] "Because, as we know, an almost completely one-sided wrestling match with a poor face comeback is the formula required to make a classic... Roman's smiling and laughing at Brock's offence felt annoying, and made light of the legitimate power of the Beast, and his comeback was clearly forces and fell into the "it needs to happen" category of match structure. Sure, the MITB cash-in by Rollins was cool and unexpected, but all that it redeemed was the complete waste of a potential blunder of a WrestleMania closer, it did not improve the match in the slightest. One of my least favourite WrestleMania mainevents ever."
[2.0] "Masaaki Mochizuki performed like a man possessed by some great, amazing, wrestling god (as in the strong-style equivalent of a Shawn Michaels). Unfortunately, that's where the memorability of this match comes to an abrupt end; Shingo Takagi, a fantastic performer of several good years, was totally off his game, and I'm not sure if it was simply a bad day or if he was working with his opponent to have Mochizuki outshine him as champion. Either way, however, there's no excuse for throwing so many knee strikes when an absolute ZERO of them so much as appear to have connected. 2/10"
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