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# Gimmick Birthday Birthplace Height Weight Promotion Rating
1 No picture available Logan Black Brooklyn, New York, USA 180 104  
2 No picture available Ricky Criest New York, USA 188 106  
3 Mr. Toronto Himself (Independent, 2013) Mr. Toronto Himself Toronto, Ontario, Canada 185 92  
4 Mr. Nifty (Independent, 2014) Mr. Nifty Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA 183 86  
5 Chuck Mambo (Europa, 2014) Chuck Mambo Newquay, Cornwall, England, UK 190 89  
6 Artillero (Mexiko, 2014) Artillero 23.10.1986 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexiko  
7 Arhgo (Mexiko, 2010) Arhgo 05.01.1974 Michoacan, Mexiko 166 80  
8 The Arabian Executioner (Independent, 2009) Arabian Executioner Saskatchewan, Canada 178  
9 Emulo (Mexiko, 2014) Angel Negro El Paso, Texas, USA  
10 No picture available Lady Monster 15.07.1988 Azcapotzalco, Distrito Federal, Mexiko  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Chris Jericho (WWE, 2014) Chris Jericho World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Battleground 2014 (20.07.2014) 9.57
2 Jushin Thunder Liger (CHIKARA, 2013) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NOAH Ark YAMAKASA (21.07.2014) 9.56
3 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2014) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH NTV G+ Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League 2014 - Tag 5 (25.07.2014) 9.35
4 Austin Aries (TNA, 2014) Austin Aries Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA IMPACT Wrestling #527 (27.06.2014) 9.34
5 Hiroshi Tanahashi (NJPW, 2014) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 24 - Tag 4 (26.07.2014) 9.33
6 Cesaro (WWE, 2014) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Friday Night SmackDown #779 (22.07.2014) 9.32
7 Chris Hero (Europa, 2014) Chris Hero USA PWG ELEVEN (26.07.2014) 9.32
8 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan OZ play & peace (20.07.2014) 9.25
9 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2013) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan W-1 Fighting Entertainment WRESTLE-1 ~ Impact ~ (06.07.2014) 9.11
10 Alex Shelley (NJPW, 2014) Alex Shelley USA NJPW Kizuna Road 2014 - Tag 7 (13.07.2014) 9.09
11 CIMA (DGUSA, 2013) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan DG:UK Yokosuka vs. Yamato II (26.07.2014) 9.01
12 Kevin Steen (ROH, 2014) Kevin Steen Ring Of Honor Canada PWG ELEVEN (26.07.2014) 8.96
13 Low Ki (AJPW, 2013) Low Ki USA IMPACT Wrestling #527 (27.06.2014) 8.94
14 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2014) Shinsuke Nakamura New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 24 - Tag 4 (26.07.2014) 8.94
15 Sami Zayn (WWE, 2013) Sami Zayn World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE NXT-Tapings (17.07.2014) 8.89
16 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2014) AJ Styles New Japan Pro Wrestling USA NJPW G1 Climax 24 - Tag 4 (26.07.2014) 8.88
17 Yuji Nagata (NJPW, 2013) Yuji Nagata New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 24 - Tag 4 (26.07.2014) 8.86
18 Katsuhiko Nakajima (Diamond Ring, 2013) Katsuhiko Nakajima Diamond Ring Japan NOAH NTV G+ Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League 2014 - Tag 5 (25.07.2014) 8.84
19 Samoa Joe (TNA, 2014) Samoa Joe Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA TNA BaseBrawl (19.07.2014) 8.83
20 Doug Williams (Europa, 2013) Doug Williams England GSW Power Game (12.07.2014) 8.80
21 Prince Devitt (NJPW, 2013) Prince Devitt Ireland PROGRESS World Cup (29.06.2014) 8.80
22 Great Sasuke (MPW, 2013) Great Sasuke Michinoku Pro Wrestling Japan Michinoku Pro (19.07.2014) 8.80
23 Michael Kovac (Europa, 2012) Michael Kovac Österreich GSW Revolution (26.07.2014) 8.74
24 Ultimo Dragon (Mexiko, 2014) Ultimo Dragon Toryumon Mexico Japan Michinoku Pro (19.07.2014) 8.74
25 Jun Akiyama (AJPW, 2014) Jun Akiyama All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan AJPW Summer Action Series 2014 - Tag 4: Chiba Extra Dream III (20.07.2014) 8.71
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John Cena (WWE, 2012)
John Cena: "It is cold outside but it's about to get hot in here. You see, before I was interrupted by the skankapotamus I was out here to talk about WrestleMania. I was out here to talk about The Rock. You know, the guy who's not here this week. But wait, wait,...Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[10.0] "This feud was epic. They had 3 great matches. One being the first ever Hell in a Cell. This was a great storyline & would spring DX into the main event"
[6.0] "Not a very captivating match. Solid structure and nice offense from both sides, but the lack of selling and psychology really killed it. No-selling of german suplexes was just unforgivable, and the set-up for every counter was very much the same. One side would take too long setting up for a running kick/knee, and the other side would counter with a kick/knee out of the corner. It was entertaining, but they were trying to cram too much in at the end. Felt like a WWE match, except the punches and clotheslines were replaced by kicks. ***1/4"
[7.0] "Great opener! This had a fun dynamic where Ishii is strong and tough enough to throw Fale around but still played the role of underdog to perfection, drawing big reactions for his near falls and power spots on Fale. ***1/2"
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