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# Gimmick Birthday Height Weight Promotion Rating
1 Anna Marie (Independent, 2004) Anna Marie 167 54  
2 Art Michalik (Independent, 197x) Art Michalik 31.01.1930 188 104  
3 Pol Badia (Europa, 2015) Pol Badia 29.07.1994  
4 Johnny Khaos (Independent, 2015) Johnny Khaos 183 86  
5 James Castle (Europa, 2014) James Castle 11.07.1988  
6 No picture available Tyson Dean 12.08.1977  
7 No picture available Tony Morelli  
8 No picture available Gino Giovanni 15.06.1993  
9 No picture available Gargola  
10 No picture available Galindo 178 83  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Chris Jericho (WWE, 2014) Chris Jericho World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Live SummerSlam Heatwave Tour (11.07.2015) 9.58
2 Jushin Thunder Liger (NJPW, 2015) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 7 (29.07.2015) 9.58
3 Hiroshi Tanahashi (NJPW, 2015) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 7 (29.07.2015) 9.47
4 Austin Aries (TNA, 2015) Austin Aries USA TNA Tapings (23.07.2015) 9.40
5 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan Ice Ribbon New Ice Ribbon #666 ~ Summer Jumbo Ribbon (29.07.2015) 9.40
6 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2014) Shinsuke Nakamura New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 6 (28.07.2015) 9.40
7 Cesaro (WWE, 2015) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Thursday Night SmackDown #832 (28.07.2015) 9.33
8 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2015) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Summer Navigation 2015 - Tag 8 (30.07.2015) 9.23
9 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2014) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan W-1 WRESTLE-1 Tour 2015 Symbol - Tag 2 (12.07.2015) 9.21
10 Kay Lee Ray (Europa, 2015) Kay Lee Ray Scotland Empress Pro Invitational 2015 (25.07.2015) 9.14
11 Go Shiozaki (AJPW, 2014) Go Shiozaki All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan AJPW Kuzumaki 60th Anniversary ~ All Japan Pro Wrestling In Kuzumaki (26.07.2015) 9.13
12 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2015) AJ Styles New Japan Pro Wrestling USA NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 7 (29.07.2015) 9.13
13 Chris Hero (Europa, 2014) Chris Hero USA JCW BloodyMania 9 (26.07.2015) 9.11
14 Kevin Owens (WWE, 2015) Kevin Owens World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Thursday Night SmackDown #832 (28.07.2015) 9.11
15 CIMA (Dragon Gate, 2015) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate Kobe Pro-Wrestling Festival 2015 (20.07.2015) 9.08
16 Finn Balor (WWE, 2015) Finn Balor World Wrestling Entertainment Ireland WWE NXT Live (30.07.2015) 9.06
17 Jun Kasai (FREEDOMS, 2012) Jun Kasai Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS Japan FREEDOMS F-Spirit (12.07.2015) 9.01
18 Minoru Suzuki (NJPW, 2013) Minoru Suzuki Japan NOAH Summer Navigation 2015 - Tag 8 (30.07.2015) 9.01
19 Kota Ibushi (DDT, 2014) Kota Ibushi Dramatic Dream Team Japan NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 7 (29.07.2015) 9.01
20 Yuji Nagata (NJPW, 2013) Yuji Nagata New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 7 (29.07.2015) 9.00
21 Samoa Joe (Independent, 2015) Samoa Joe World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE NXT Live (25.07.2015) 8.90
22 Tomohiro Ishii (NJPW, 2013) Tomohiro Ishii New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 7 (29.07.2015) 8.90
23 Kalisto (WWE, 2015) Kalisto World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Thursday Night SmackDown #832 (28.07.2015) 8.89
24 Daisuke Sekimoto (BJW, 2014) Daisuke Sekimoto Big Japan Pro-Wrestling Japan ZERO1 Fire Festival 2015 - Tag 8 (29.07.2015) 8.88
25 Seth Rollins (WWE, 2015) Seth Rollins World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Thursday Night SmackDown #832 (28.07.2015) 8.87
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John Bradshaw Layfield (WWE, 2008)
John Bradshaw Layfield: "Last week I made Shawn Michaels an offer and I have yet to hear back from the Heartbreak Kid. So earlier today I made Shawn Michaels an offer that will be a lot easier to understand. I challenged Shawn Michaels to a street fight tonight....Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[7.0] "Really good match, but not a great match. I don't think that the layout of the match (strike exchanges and almost no near falls) suited Ibushi's style particularly well and that no-sell "fighting spirit" spot was also absolutely ridiciolous. Overall *** 3/4"
[9.0] "Perhaps my favourite Mania from start to finish. You can kind of see the writing for the main event on the wall but still all the props for putting it together. Apart from the women's invitational, even matches which seemed like they would slow down the show a bit like the battle royale and the six man tag were actually seriously well done and enjoyable. Cena and Wyatt put on a very good match, back when Wyatt had some relevancy about him, and seemed like he mattered. Nothing more needs to be said about the Taker/Lesnar result, it wasn't a masterclass technically of course but by some weird twist of fate, the fact the Taker gets concussed really helped that story be told and everything after the pinfall is just completely iconic."
Hynmeoc wrote about Conny Mejsel:
[2.0] "He seems to have lost interest performing as his latest matches have been less than adequate. I've heard of noshows and showing up under the influence amongst other things. Its a big shame as this guy was loved in Sweden in general and Gothenburg in particular"
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