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# Gimmick Birthday Height Weight Promotion Rating
1 No picture available Sonico 01.09.1987 163 70 Brazilian Wrestling Federation  
2 No picture available Will White 99  
3 Johnny Palance (Europa, 198x) Jake Foley  
4 Zero (Australia, 2010) Zero 185 84  
5 No picture available Van Hawk 170 68  
6 No picture available Rayder Boy  
7 No picture available Randy Berry 185 95  
8 No picture available Ramses 170 105  
9 No picture available R-15  
10 No picture available Private Half Pint 144 52  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Jushin Thunder Liger (NJPW, 2015) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan WWE NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn (22.08.2015) 9.60
2 Chris Jericho (WWE, 2014) Chris Jericho World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Live (30.08.2015) 9.58
3 The Undertaker (WWE, 2015) Undertaker World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE SummerSlam 2015 (23.08.2015) 9.55
4 Hiroshi Tanahashi (NJPW, 2015) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan DDT Ryogoku Peter Pan 2015 ~From DDT With Love~ (23.08.2015) 9.47
5 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2014) Shinsuke Nakamura New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan ROH Field Of Honor 2015 (22.08.2015) 9.45
6 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan Marvelous (30.08.2015) 9.43
7 Cesaro (WWE, 2015) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Thursday Night SmackDown #837 (01.09.2015) 9.40
8 Kay Lee Ray (Europa, 2015) Kay Lee Ray Scotland ICW Spacebaws Episode 2 - Come As You Are (30.08.2015) 9.37
9 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2015) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Summer Navigation 2015 - Tag 16 (30.08.2015) 9.32
10 Chris Hero (Europa, 2014) Chris Hero USA PWG Battle Of Los Angeles 2015 - Tag 3 (30.08.2015) 9.26
11 Go Shiozaki (AJPW, 2014) Go Shiozaki All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan Union Natsu Matsuri Union 2015 (30.08.2015) 9.23
12 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2014) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan W-1 WRESTLE-1 Tour 2015 Flashing Summer - Tag 5 (30.08.2015) 9.22
13 Kevin Owens (WWE, 2015) Kevin Owens World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Main Event #153 (01.09.2015) 9.16
14 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2015) AJ Styles New Japan Pro Wrestling USA wXw Fans Appreciation Night 2015: Oberhausen (29.08.2015) 9.14
15 Alex Shelley (NJPW, 2015) Alex Shelley USA ROH Field Of Honor 2015 (22.08.2015) 9.10
16 CIMA (Dragon Gate, 2015) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate Masato Yoshino 15th Anniversary Debut Triumphant Local Return (02.09.2015) 9.10
17 Finn Balor (WWE, 2015) Finn Balor World Wrestling Entertainment Ireland WWE NXT Live (28.08.2015) 9.07
18 Jun Kasai (FREEDOMS, 2012) Jun Kasai Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS Japan Union Natsu Matsuri Union 2015 (30.08.2015) 9.04
19 Kana (SHIMMER, 2014) Kana World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WAVE Summer Fiesta 2015 ~ Ultra Show (27.08.2015) 9.04
20 Minoru Suzuki (NJPW, 2013) Minoru Suzuki Japan Tenryu Project Genichiro Tenryu Retiremet ~ Revolution Final Tour In Korakuen (02.09.2015) 9.02
21 Kota Ibushi (DDT, 2014) Kota Ibushi Dramatic Dream Team Japan DDT Natsuyasumi No Omoide 2015 (30.08.2015) 9.01
22 Yuji Nagata (NJPW, 2013) Yuji Nagata New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 25 - Tag 19 (16.08.2015) 8.98
23 Kalisto (WWE, 2015) Kalisto World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Superstars #334 (31.08.2015) 8.97
24 Tomohiro Ishii (NJPW, 2013) Tomohiro Ishii New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan Tenryu Project Genichiro Tenryu Retiremet ~ Revolution Final Tour In Korakuen (02.09.2015) 8.95
25 Seth Rollins (WWE, 2015) Seth Rollins World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Monday Night RAW #1162 (31.08.2015) 8.90
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[7.0] "John Laurinaitis may have been born in North America, but his career was made in Japan. Due to his generous physical gifts and familial background in wrestling, Laurinaitis came up through the NWA to find himself wrestling in the WCW. Though Laurinaitis had a knack for tag wrestling, he and his partner Shane Douglas were saddled with The Dynamic Dudes gimmick (which was corny even by '80s standards) and didn't see them make any significant achievements before Laurinaitis left for All Japan on a full-time basis. In All Japan, Laurinaitis's fortunes were decidedly different: Earning the AJPW World Tag Team Championship on four occasions (twice with Kenta Kobashi, once with Steve Williams, and once with Mike Barton) and the All Asia Tag Team Championship twice (both of which were with Kobashi. ) Following his retirement from in-ring competition, Laurinaitis went on to become a producer for the WWE. Though his Raw GM gimmick may have met lukewarm reception, that shouldn't trivialize the significant contributions that Laurinaitis has made to wrestling."
[7.0] "Though some may scoff at his size, that hasn't stopped Zack Sabre Jr. from establishing himself as one of the best technical wrestlers in wrestling today. The well traveled junior heavyweight has managed to establish himself as a draw in Japan, Germany, and his native U. K. (as well as the WWN, CZW, and other North American indie federations. ) In addition to his championship victories in IPW, wXw, and NWA-UK, Sabre Jr. has also secured the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships on two occasions in addition to winning PWG's Battle of Los Angeles 2015. Though he's had a cup of coffee with New Japan in the past, it may only be a matter of time until Sabre Jr. finds himself wrestling regularly for a major promotion."
[5.0] "Disappointing show. The first two matches were not good, the second one being especially bad. The Drew/Gargano match was a disappointment that relied on shenanigans more than telling a story in the ring. From there, the show was pretty solid with nothing being too spectacular, but nothing horrible. 4 solid matches is not enough to make this show a high recommendation though."
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