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# Gimmick Birthday Height Weight Promotion Rating
1 No picture available Jon'tae Keith 31.07.1993  
2 No picture available Bert Warner  
3 No picture available Lenbai 17.04.1994  
4 No picture available Keiichi Sato 18.01.1993 176 85  
5 No picture available Alexis Rose 02.10.1991 178 67  
6 No picture available Alexander S. Kirk 01.07.1983  
7 No picture available Alexander G. Bernard 28.11.1988  
8 No picture available Alex Mason 11.01.1992  
9 No picture available Alan Reynolds 109  
10 No picture available Jokey 170 54  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Jushin Thunder Liger (NJPW, 2016) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 26 - Tag 5 (25.07.2016) 9.58
2 Chris Jericho (WWE, 2016) Chris Jericho World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Monday Night RAW #1209 (25.07.2016) 9.57
3 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2016) Shinsuke Nakamura World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (23.07.2016) 9.55
4 Hiroshi Tanahashi (ROH, 2016) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 26 - Tag 5 (25.07.2016) 9.55
5 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan OZ Academy Aja Kong 30th Anniversary ~ Summer Jumbo Kotobuki (18.07.2016) 9.50
6 Cesaro (WWE, 2016) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Monday Night RAW #1209 (25.07.2016) 9.40
7 Austin Aries (WWE, 2016) Austin Aries World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE NXT Live (09.07.2016) 9.37
8 Meiko Satomura (IGF, 2014) Meiko Satomura Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling Japan OZ Academy Aja Kong 30th Anniversary ~ Summer Jumbo Kotobuki (18.07.2016) 9.28
9 Asuka (WWE, 2016) Asuka World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (22.07.2016) 9.28
10 Kevin Owens (WWE, 2016) Kevin Owens World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Monday Night RAW #1209 (25.07.2016) 9.27
11 Chris Hero (EVOLVE, 2016) Chris Hero USA TCW High Tide 2016 (24.07.2016) 9.26
12 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2016) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NJPW G1 Climax 26 - Tag 5 (25.07.2016) 9.26
13 Minoru Suzuki (NOAH, 2016) Minoru Suzuki Japan NOAH NTV G+ Cup Junior Heavyweight Tag League 2016 - Tag 3 (24.07.2016) 9.25
14 AJ Styles (WWE, 2016) AJ Styles World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE SmackDown Live #884 (26.07.2016) 9.25
15 Sami Zayn (WWE, 2016) Sami Zayn World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Monday Night RAW #1209 (25.07.2016) 9.23
16 Kota Ibushi (DDT, 2016) Kota Ibushi Japan WWE Cruiswerweight Classic-Tapings (14.07.2016) 9.22
17 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2014) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan W-1 WRESTLE-1 Tour 2016 Symbol - Tag 1 (01.07.2016) 9.21
18 Hideo Itami (WWE, 2015) Hideo Itami World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (22.07.2016) 9.20
19 Kazuchika Okada (ROH, 2016) Kazuchika Okada New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW G1 Climax 26 - Tag 5 (25.07.2016) 9.20
20 CIMA (Dragon Gate, 2016) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate Kobe Pro-Wrestling Festival 2016 (24.07.2016) 9.18
21 Sasha Banks (WWE, 2016) Sasha Banks World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Monday Night RAW #1209 (25.07.2016) 9.17
22 Kairi Hojo (Stardom, 2015) Kairi Hojo World Wonder Ring Stardom Japan Stardom Stardom X Stardom 2016 - Tag 1 (24.07.2016) 9.16
23 Go Shiozaki (NOAH, 2016) Go Shiozaki Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH NTV G+ Cup Junior Heavyweight Tag League 2016 - Tag 3 (24.07.2016) 9.13
24 Daisuke Sekimoto (BJW, 2016) Daisuke Sekimoto Big Japan Pro-Wrestling Japan BJW Ryogokutan 2016 (24.07.2016) 9.10
25 Pentagon Jr. (AAA, 2016) Pentagon Jr. Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion Mexiko AAW United We Stand 2016 (23.07.2016) 9.09
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Chris Jericho (WWE, 2009)Edge (WWE, 2009)
Chris Jericho: "This is Sunday is Judgment Day, the end of the world as we know it, the day when all of us must attest and atone for all the things we've done as human beings on this planet. The while all of you hypocrites are terrified of judgement day, without...Read on!

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[7.0] "I'm not sure what happened here. Smackdown promised to be the show about the talent and the show about wrestling, but Shane & Bryan not only opened but closed the show, and the show had less matches than Raw (granted with less runtime) and worse matches while having multiple long promos. The Battle Royale was fine, but keeping Kane strong like that felt a bit weird. Becky and Nattie had a good match as well, although Becky beating Nattie clean after losing clean 2 days prior is 50/50 booking at its most basic level. The segment that followed was... something. Giving Eva Marie a narrator as a way to keep her away from a mic is genius, I'll admit. Miz TV segment was good, if long, but the match between Orton and Miz was perplexing. Miz dominates the guy booked to face Brock Lesnar in a month, then Randy hits an RKO, sits there for a full minute, and hits another RKO for the pin. The Slater segment was neat, and I'd like him to do that on both brands for a while, plus it was neat way to return Rhyno. The main event was a good match, or at least I think it was. The commercial breaks were so poorly-placed I think only the live audience saw the most exciting parts. Cena AAing everybody was pretty much an assertion of his continued dominance, Crews and Bray barely did anything, and in the end Dolph Ziggler pins AJ Styles with a superkick of all things. I suppose if Smackdown isn't the main event then you're better off giving Dean an opponent he can beat clean. Not as strong as Raw."
[6.0] "Fale/Ishii: 3 As usual F is cloddish and yet completely physically overwhelms his opponent. But I is so good, so properly undersized that most of the fanbase, that is diminuitive itself, can relate. Flat crowd and deliberate execution. Unlike last year, I (kayfabe) had the knee strength to brainbuster the monster and F only slightly pressed off the mat. Sanada/Makabe: 2 3/4 The match was fine... some might even say good considering it flowed well... but I found myself too easily distracted and just not compelled. When the D Sleep was applied, S's attentions were looking up instead of clamping down on the hold and the close pin after the 'TKO' was due to M's laziness of getting his fat arm off the mat. Marafuji/Tenzan: 3 1/3 Quality M chops on T! I would guess the chest is the safest place to be stiff to the semi-paralyzed longtime veteran. Thus far, NM has looked good all tournament. Good match and I really liked the warmth expressed post-match by the worthy competitors. Tama-Tana: 2 3/4 Oh, there's no way the lowest ranked competitor of 'A' block will send NJPW's #1 star to an 0-3 record. WOW! OMG... the match was fine but Tana runs about like Frankenstein's stitched-up monster. He must must be really, really hurt as he couldn't even properly straighten his body out to take a RKO. Goto/Okada: 3 1/2 I feel stablemates should shake hands before locking-up. More intensity and sense of purpose than O's Osaka February title defense; Goto felt stronger. Yaffa, I respect, but a 2? !"
[7.0] "The rating is for the three singles matches not rated: Yoshi-Hashi/Honma *** Should the winner of last Block B's main event be on first? Anyway, interesting singles bout between two lower-middle carders both of whom have the (unexpected) opportunity to be undefeated through the second day of singles competiton. Twas interesting to hear who was getting the louder support; it was Y-H at first but after his flat offense of the first few minutes the majority of the support went to the perennial underdog. Things got stronger after Honma's first offensive rush... , but that only lasted 5 minutes or so. Evil/Nagata: ** 3/4 I'm finding it difficult to get into matches when Watanabe is on offense; that being said, I thought Nagata looked 10 years his junior.... he sold with conviction & his moveset was swift/cutting/destructive. Omega/Yano: ** 1/2 So Y lost in less than a few minutes in his first match and I'm supposed to believe that the former IC champ is having difficulties putting this lame-ass jokester away. Then again, KO is a spaz naturally leading to situations in which the clever fox can manipulate the bunny's movement. So it was too long, sometimes lame and sometimes redeemable. At least this grating fox was outsmarted and pinned."
 
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