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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 No picture available Ricky Love 185 98  
2 No picture available Pandora 164 61  
3 No picture available John Sullivan 180 85  
4 No picture available Simon Sez 178 86  
5 No picture available Shigeno Shima 12.07.1973 177 90  
6 No picture available Sean Phoenix 183 75  
7 No picture available Scotty Styles 91  
8 No picture available Sam Wilder 185 90  
9 No picture available Ryan Upin 21.11.1978 167 66  
10 No picture available Purple Haze  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Jushin Thunder Liger (NJPW, 2015) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW Dominion 7.5 (05.07.2015) 9.58
2 Chris Jericho (WWE, 2014) Chris Jericho World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Live From Tokyo: The Beast In The East (04.07.2015) 9.57
3 Johnny Saint (CHIKARA, 2011) Johnny Saint England ICW L'Ora Dei Campioni 2015 (13.06.2015) 9.48
4 Hiroshi Tanahashi (NJPW, 2014) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW Dominion 7.5 (05.07.2015) 9.48
5 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2014) Shinsuke Nakamura New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW Dominion 7.5 (05.07.2015) 9.40
6 Austin Aries (TNA, 2015) Austin Aries USA TNA Slammiversary 2015 (28.06.2015) 9.39
7 Kurt Angle (TNA, 2015) Kurt Angle Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA IMPACT Wrestling Tapings (26.06.2015) 9.37
8 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan Diana Jaguar Yokota 38th Anniversary Show (28.06.2015) 9.36
9 First Tiger Mask (RJPW, 2010) First Tiger Mask Real Japan Pro Wrestling Japan DDT HARD HIT (27.06.2015) 9.36
10 Cesaro (WWE, 2015) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Live From Tokyo: The Beast In The East (04.07.2015) 9.33
11 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2015) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Northern Navigation 2015 - Tag 3 (01.07.2015) 9.29
12 Chris Hero (Europa, 2014) Chris Hero USA FIP Declaration Of Independence 2015 (03.07.2015) 9.23
13 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2014) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan W-1 WRESTLE-1 Tour 2015 In Takasaki (14.06.2015) 9.23
14 Kevin Owens (WWE, 2015) Kevin Owens World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Live From Tokyo: The Beast In The East (04.07.2015) 9.16
15 Kay Lee Ray (Europa, 2015) Kay Lee Ray Scotland wXw Shotgun #211 (11.06.2015) 9.14
16 Go Shiozaki (AJPW, 2014) Go Shiozaki All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan AJPW Dynamite Series 2015 - Tag 10 (21.06.2015) 9.13
17 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2015) AJ Styles New Japan Pro Wrestling USA NJPW Dominion 7.5 (05.07.2015) 9.12
18 Finn Balor (WWE, 2015) Finn Balor World Wrestling Entertainment Ireland WWE Live From Tokyo: The Beast In The East (04.07.2015) 9.08
19 CIMA (Dragon Gate, 2015) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate Rainbow Gate 2015 - Tag 2 (04.07.2015) 9.07
20 Jun Kasai (FREEDOMS, 2012) Jun Kasai Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS Japan W-1 WRESTLE-1 Tour 2015 Outbreak (18.06.2015) 9.03
21 Yuji Nagata (NJPW, 2013) Yuji Nagata New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW Dominion 7.5 (05.07.2015) 9.00
22 Minoru Suzuki (NJPW, 2013) Minoru Suzuki Japan NOAH Northern Navigation 2015 - Tag 3 (01.07.2015) 8.98
23 Kota Ibushi (DDT, 2014) Kota Ibushi Dramatic Dream Team Japan DDT King Of DDT 2015 Tokyo (28.06.2015) 8.96
24 Low Ki (TNA, 2014) Low Ki USA IMPACT Wrestling #572 - Bell To Bell (25.06.2015) 8.93
25 Kalisto (WWE, 2015) Kalisto World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Live From Tokyo: The Beast In The East (04.07.2015) 8.89
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Adam Cole (ROH, 2013)Kevin Steen (ROH, 2013)Matt Jackson (CHIKARA, 2012)Nick Jackson (DGUSA, 2013)
[Adam Cole, die Young Bucks und Kevin Steen sind Backstage und richten ein paar Worte an die Fans und Johnny Gargano.] Adam Cole: "What a night for Mount Rushmore. We have the best Tag Team in the world, once again succesfully defending...Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[10.0] "She may be very small but this little clown can wrestle! I can't say enough good things about her. Strikes, high flying movies, and holds most people have never seen. Very well rounded. Can be throwing blows with Kana one night and then be playing games and throwing candy to kids the next. I wish more of her matches were on youtube so others could see how amazing she really is."
CJ Dusk wrote about Yoshiko Tamura:
[8.0] "Stiff shots, cool slams, and a one of a kind look. Wish she was more active now but her history does the talking for her."
[9.0] "As you would have expected, this was a tremendous piece of business. The match had a big time feel to it, Balor came off like a complete super star as he was the conquering hero coming back to the country where he found his biggest success. For once I get to praise Michael Cole and Byron Saxton, they were excellent here. They didn’t feel overly produced like on TV and they didn’t play grab ass discussing stupid shit. They put over the NXT brand, they put over Owens as an asshole and then put over Balor and all of the accolades that he achieved here. If you knew nothing about Balor’s NJPW history, they did a great job of making you understand and also get why the title match being in Japan was such a big deal for him. The work was excellent, they had a great crowd and this was the right time and the right place for the tile change. Also the fact that in many ways WWE is letting these guys work their styles more so than “adapting to a structured WWE style” really helps them feel different and important. Partly due to Owens’ run on the main roster (he needed to drop the title) and also due to Balor’s history in Japan. Not sure if you know this, but these guys, really good. The NXT title match once again delivers, and got to do so on a big international stage. This felt like a big deal, and I am so glad that Finn got to win the title in Japan. Overall a great match, but not quite a “match of the year” contender."
 
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