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What is there to tell you about wrestlers that you do not already know? Well, you can find that answer out yourself by browsing our massive wrestlers database that has been the backbone of the site since 2005. The biggest stars and the most unknown rookies, all of them are included in the database and can be commented on, rated and generally browsed for huge amounts of information -- as long as the individuals have received professional training. No backyarders allowed, so please do not contact us about your buddy just because he can do a really cool pile driver. Non-wrestlers, like referees, commentators or promoters are included as well as a few celebrities who have stepped into the ring themselves. However, for celebrities the rating system has been deactivated (you can still comment on them), because this is not the place to rate celebrities; this is the one place to rate wrestlers.
# Gimmick Birthday Height Weight Promotion Rating
1 Randi West (Independent, 2014) Randi West 15.05.1981  
2 No picture available Karma 18.06.1989  
3 No picture available Max Peach 30.08.1993 183 68  
4 Mateusz Kowalski (Europa, 2013) Mateusz Kowalski 178 75  
5 JT Quest (Independent, 2010) JT Quest  
6 No picture available Josh Storm 170 80  
7 No picture available Josh LaRue 08.08.  
8 Josh Crane (Independent, 2014) Josh Crane 180 88  
9 No picture available Jose Torres  
10 Joey Epix (Independent, 2013) Joey Epix 04.02.1986  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Jushin Thunder Liger (CHIKARA, 2013) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW Road To Power Struggle 2014 - Tag 5 (30.10.2014) 9.56
2 Austin Aries (TNA, 2014) Austin Aries Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA RPW Okada vs. Aries (19.10.2014) 9.35
3 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2014) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 7 (28.10.2014) 9.35
4 Hiroshi Tanahashi (NJPW, 2014) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW Road To Power Struggle 2014 - Tag 5 (30.10.2014) 9.34
5 Cesaro (WWE, 2014) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Friday Night SmackDown #793 (28.10.2014) 9.33
6 Chris Hero (Europa, 2014) Chris Hero USA NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 7 (28.10.2014) 9.33
7 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan Womens Wrestling Big Match In Niigata (18.10.2014) 9.24
8 Hideo Itami (WWE, 2014) Hideo Itami World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (24.10.2014) 9.20
9 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2014) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan TNA Bound For Glory 2014 (12.10.2014) 9.16
10 Go Shiozaki (AJPW, 2014) Go Shiozaki All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan AJPW Raising An Army Memorial Series - Tag 2 (29.10.2014) 9.13
11 Alex Shelley (NJPW, 2014) Alex Shelley USA NJPW Road To Power Struggle 2014 - Tag 5 (30.10.2014) 9.10
12 CIMA (DGUSA, 2013) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate The Gate Of Victory 2014 - Tag 16 (28.10.2014) 9.03
13 Jun Kasai (Europa, 2011) Jun Kasai Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS Japan Union Union Gakuen Sai 2014 (11.10.2014) 9.02
14 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2014) Shinsuke Nakamura New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW Road To Power Struggle 2014 - Tag 5 (30.10.2014) 8.99
15 Low Ki (TNA, 2014) Low Ki Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA TNA Bound For Glory 2014 (12.10.2014) 8.94
16 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2014) AJ Styles New Japan Pro Wrestling USA ROH Reloaded Tour TV-Tapings (25.10.2014) 8.90
17 Sami Zayn (WWE, 2014) Sami Zayn World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE NXT Live (24.10.2014) 8.88
18 Yuji Nagata (NJPW, 2013) Yuji Nagata New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 5 (26.10.2014) 8.88
19 Prince Devitt (NJPW, 2013) Finn Balor World Wrestling Entertainment Ireland WWE NXT-Tapings (23.10.2014) 8.88
20 Samoa Joe (TNA, 2014) Samoa Joe Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA TNA Bound For Glory 2014 (12.10.2014) 8.84
21 Katsuhiko Nakajima (Diamond Ring, 2013) Katsuhiko Nakajima Diamond Ring Japan NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 7 (28.10.2014) 8.84
22 Doug Williams (Europa, 2013) Doug Williams England Wrestling In Hove (26.10.2014) 8.81
23 Dean Ambrose (WWE, 2014) Dean Ambrose World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Friday Night SmackDown #793 (28.10.2014) 8.81
24 Great Sasuke (MPW, 2013) Great Sasuke Michinoku Pro Wrestling Japan Michinoku Pro Tokyo Conference Vol.5 ~ Ikkakusenkin (18.10.2014) 8.81
25 Jun Akiyama (AJPW, 2014) Jun Akiyama All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan AJPW Raising An Army Memorial Series - Tag 2 (29.10.2014) 8.77
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CM Punk (WWE, 2009)Jeff Hardy (WWE, 2009)
CM Punk: "I told you so! I told you all that I would beat Jeff Hardy at SummerSlam. And in case you were too intoxicated to remember, let me show you how I did it. [Ein Video von Punks Titelgewinn im TLC Match gegen Jeff Hardy beim SummerSlam...Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[6.0] "The match is way too long and the action relies too much on big moves and no-selling. The crowd was really hot for the finish, but for me personally this was rather disappointing."
[10.0] "The best independent wrestling promotion in the UK. I been to every show at York Hall and never once did these shows across the country failed to impress me."
[9.0] "Nakamura and Shibata started off and they were great. Shibata mocked some of Nakamura's standard antics. Nakamura was NOT amused. Then Okada and Tanahashi tagged in and did some stuff and they were awesome. Then Ishii and Goto tagged in, and it became an Ishii match, with random, pointless no-selling. Then Ishii tagged it and it got great again. There was a lot of action in this match, but not much story. They did a very good job of making the match exciting and focusing on the two big match-ups (Okada vs. Tanahashi and Nakamura vs. Shibata) without giving away the main event of either this PPV or Wrestle Kingdom 9."
 
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