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# Gimmick Birthday Height Weight Promotion Rating
1 No picture available Tyra Fly 10.06.1995 153  
2 No picture available Ty Ray 03.05.1995 178 91  
3 No picture available Twiggy 170 80  
4 No picture available Septimo Rayo  
5 No picture available Scorpio 2000  
6 No picture available Chris Powers  
7 No picture available Chris Moore 28.01.1992  
8 No picture available Chris Miller  
9 No picture available Chief White Owl 19.06.1935 178 104  
10 No picture available Chaz Wesson 10.10.1966 178 91  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Jushin Thunder Liger (NJPW, 2016) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NEW Thunder (28.08.2016) 9.58
2 Hiroshi Tanahashi (ROH, 2016) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan ROH Field Of Honor 2016 (27.08.2016) 9.57
3 Chris Jericho (WWE, 2016) Chris Jericho World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Live (27.08.2016) 9.56
4 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2016) Shinsuke Nakamura World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (26.08.2016) 9.55
5 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan OZ Academy Deigo No Hanasaku (28.08.2016) 9.48
6 Kurt Angle (TNA, 2016) Kurt Angle USA NEW Wrestling Under The Stars 5 (27.08.2016) 9.41
7 Kairi Hojo (Stardom, 2015) Kairi Hojo World Wonder Ring Stardom Japan Stardom 5STAR Grand Prix 2016 - Tag 2 (27.08.2016) 9.39
8 Cesaro (WWE, 2016) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Live (27.08.2016) 9.38
9 Austin Aries (WWE, 2016) Austin Aries World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE NXT Live (27.08.2016) 9.37
10 Asuka (WWE, 2016) Asuka World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (26.08.2016) 9.33
11 Kevin Owens (WWE, 2016) Kevin Owens World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Monday Night RAW #1213 (22.08.2016) 9.29
12 Meiko Satomura (IGF, 2014) Meiko Satomura Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling Japan Sendai Girls Next Challenger One Day Tournament (14.08.2016) 9.29
13 Minoru Suzuki (NOAH, 2016) Minoru Suzuki Japan NOAH Summer Navigation 2016 - Tag 5 (28.08.2016) 9.28
14 Kota Ibushi (DDT, 2016) Kota Ibushi Japan WWE Cruiserweight Classic Tapings (26.08.2016) 9.28
15 AJ Styles (WWE, 2016) AJ Styles World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Live (27.08.2016) 9.28
16 Kazuchika Okada (ROH, 2016) Kazuchika Okada New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan ROH Death Before Dishonor XIV: TV-Tapings (20.08.2016) 9.27
17 Chris Hero (EVOLVE, 2016) Chris Hero USA EVOLVE 67 (20.08.2016) 9.26
18 Sami Zayn (WWE, 2016) Sami Zayn World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Monday Night RAW #1213 (22.08.2016) 9.26
19 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2016) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Summer Navigation 2016 - Tag 5 (28.08.2016) 9.26
20 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2014) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan WRESTLE-1 Pro-Wrestling Love In Yokohama (11.08.2016) 9.23
21 Hideo Itami (WWE, 2015) Hideo Itami World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (27.08.2016) 9.21
22 CIMA (Dragon Gate, 2016) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate Summer Tag League 2016 - Tag 10 (28.08.2016) 9.19
23 Kenny Omega (NJPW, 2016) Kenny Omega New Japan Pro Wrestling Canada NJPW G1 Climax 26 - Tag 19 (14.08.2016) 9.18
24 Sasha Banks (WWE, 2016) Sasha Banks World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE SummerSlam 2016 (21.08.2016) 9.15
25 Go Shiozaki (NOAH, 2016) Go Shiozaki Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Summer Navigation 2016 - Tag 5 (28.08.2016) 9.12
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Chris Bosh (PWG, 2005)
Chris Bosh: "Why did this happen? Why did this happen? Everything… everything I’ve ever worked for… years of training, Revolution Pro, wrestling in front of one people, two people, three people and it never ever mattered. IT DIDN’T PAY OFF! I won the Battle of...Read on!

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[8.0] "I have attended a few events that Cayden has appeared on and I can say for a fact he is able to garner attention from the crowd whether he is a face or a heel. I can agree with the comment Cayden definitely knows how to get family friendly heat from the crowd. But I can't agree it comes off as phony. To me he just seems very old school... He talks alot of smack and doesnt have to do much in the ring to get over. Compsring him to a Chris Hero is way off... More like Jericho mixed with Sandow!"
[7.0] "This is the second of three successive weeks of big Joshi anniversary shows and honors one of the remaining competitors trained by the AJW dojo who are still in their prime. She and her (disgraced) follower Yoshiko took on Sendai Girls champion M Satomura and protege D Chisako in a hard-fought battle that mostly featured the captains of each team as the future will most likely hold a Satomura title defense against the victor of this evening. Afterwards the proteges got into a tense bickering battle that with Y's history I was worried would turn into something else. The opener was the typical two established stars against much younger talent; of the two Iroha's solid build and flashy ring presentation holds promise where I assume the other is a very new talent who is lightly pleasant with her movements. There was only a couple minutes shown of the Zero-1 (goodness I don't know where K Suzuki belongs) tag but twas the typical solid stuff. The third tag disappointingly not fall on a memorable radar- Miyazaki appears like a decent 'carpenter' type, Hiiragi's still only 16 and Fujimoto seemed more set on being cute/smiling than on competing. However the fourth tag stood on its own feet as I enjoyed the varying character dynamics especially AN's cockiness, Saree's persevering underdog and Mizuyani's growing 'Kansai' presence. To end, will someone please explain all the dancing... especially the 'yea' pointed elbow->thrust ones sternum up schtick? Oh, check out M Toyota dancing :()"
Ruiner87 wrote about KUSHIDA:
[8.0] "Deserving of his spot as NJPW's top junior heavyweight. Quite charismatic, and usually puts on great matches. Definitely enjoy watching him mroe than a lot of other juniors."
 
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