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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 Jerry Meeker (Independent, 1945) Jerry Meeker 23.06.1915 107  
2 Jeremy Foster (Independent, 2014) Jeremy Foster 04.05.1989  
3 Jeff Boom (Independent, 2013) Jeff Boom  
4 No picture available JD Rebel 20.03. 180 160  
5 James Anthony (Independent, 2014) James Anthony 163 66  
6 JT Highlander (Independent, 2014) JT Highlander 183  
7 No picture available JR Orullian 29.02.1988 185 142  
8 JP Simms (Independent, 2013) JP Simms 1986 180 92  
9 No picture available Joshua Smith 07.08.  
10 Joshua City (Independent, 2014) Joshua City 1991  
# Gimmick Promotion Birth country Last event Rating
1 Jushin Thunder Liger (CHIKARA, 2013) Jushin Thunder Liger New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan SOW Super Clash 2 (04.10.2014) 9.56
2 Austin Aries (TNA, 2014) Austin Aries Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA RPW Uprising 2014 (18.10.2014) 9.35
3 Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH, 2014) Naomichi Marufuji Pro Wrestling NOAH Japan NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 2 (21.10.2014) 9.35
4 Cesaro (WWE, 2014) Cesaro World Wrestling Entertainment Schweiz WWE Monday Night RAW #1117 (20.10.2014) 9.33
5 Chris Hero (Europa, 2014) Chris Hero USA NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 2 (21.10.2014) 9.33
6 Hiroshi Tanahashi (NJPW, 2014) Hiroshi Tanahashi New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW King of Pro-Wrestling 2014 (13.10.2014) 9.32
7 Manami Toyota (OZ, 2013) Manami Toyota Japan Womens Wrestling Big Match In Niigata (18.10.2014) 9.27
8 KENTA (NOAH, 2013) Hideo Itami World Wrestling Entertainment Japan WWE NXT Live (18.10.2014) 9.21
9 Keiji Muto (AJPW, 2014) Keiji Muto WRESTLE-1 Japan TNA Bound For Glory 2014 (12.10.2014) 9.16
10 Go Shiozaki (AJPW, 2014) Go Shiozaki All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan AJPW Resurrection! Giant Series 2014 Junior Tag Battle Of Glory - Tag 7 (19.10.2014) 9.13
11 Alex Shelley (NJPW, 2014) Alex Shelley USA BCW Excellence (18.10.2014) 9.10
12 CIMA (DGUSA, 2013) CIMA Dragon Gate Japan Dragon Gate The Gate Of Victory 2014 - Tag 11 (19.10.2014) 9.03
13 Jun Kasai (Europa, 2011) Jun Kasai Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS Japan Union Union Gakuen Sai 2014 (11.10.2014) 9.02
14 Shinsuke Nakamura (NJPW, 2014) Shinsuke Nakamura New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NJPW King of Pro-Wrestling 2014 (13.10.2014) 8.99
15 Low Ki (TNA, 2014) Low Ki Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA TNA Bound For Glory 2014 (12.10.2014) 8.94
16 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2014) AJ Styles New Japan Pro Wrestling USA NJPW King of Pro-Wrestling 2014 (13.10.2014) 8.90
17 Sami Zayn (WWE, 2014) Sami Zayn World Wrestling Entertainment Canada WWE Live (17.10.2014) 8.88
18 Yuji Nagata (NJPW, 2013) Yuji Nagata New Japan Pro Wrestling Japan NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 2 (21.10.2014) 8.88
19 Samoa Joe (TNA, 2014) Samoa Joe Total Nonstop Action Wrestling USA TNA Bound For Glory 2014 (12.10.2014) 8.84
20 Katsuhiko Nakajima (Diamond Ring, 2013) Katsuhiko Nakajima Diamond Ring Japan NOAH Global League 2014 - Tag 2 (21.10.2014) 8.84
21 Doug Williams (Europa, 2013) Doug Williams England SOW Super Clash 2 (04.10.2014) 8.81
22 Dean Ambrose (WWE, 2014) Dean Ambrose World Wrestling Entertainment USA WWE Monday Night RAW #1117 (20.10.2014) 8.81
23 Great Sasuke (MPW, 2013) Great Sasuke Michinoku Pro Wrestling Japan Michinoku Pro Tokyo Conference Vol.5 ~ Ikkakusenkin (18.10.2014) 8.81
24 Jun Akiyama (AJPW, 2014) Jun Akiyama All Japan Pro Wrestling Japan AJPW Resurrection! Giant Series 2014 Junior Tag Battle Of Glory - Tag 7 (19.10.2014) 8.77
25 Michael Kovac (Europa, 2012) Michael Kovac Österreich WFW Night Of Pride (27.09.2014) 8.74
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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] "Despite low rating, I actually find this PPV really entertaining. First of all, Raven vs. Saturn worked really well as a hardcore opener, with all storytelling and offense By both Raven & Saturn, but ending could had been better without all interfering. ***. And good matches continued as it was time for Kidman vs. Guerrera, which was really impressive and working cruiserweight wrestling. ***1/2. Stevie Ray vs. Chavo though was kinda lame and short match, which ended before it really started, but atleast ending had some comedy value, and Chavo's crazy gimmick was hilarious. *. Eddie vs. Chavo was also really funny & entertaining to watch, and so was aftermatch of the match, how Chavo shaved himself. ***. Well, Konnan vs. Inferno was kinda unnecessary and somekind of ''bonus-extra-hype'' match with no backstory, but I luckily lasted only about 2 minutes. I'll give one star just because Inferno seemed like he was trying to work. *. Kevin Greene vs. Giant was one of the biggest positive surprises in this show. Greene impressed with couple of nice moves, and Giant knew also his role. The match wasn't good, but neither it was bad. *1/2. Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio was one I was really waiting for, as it was really fresh match-up, and kinda positive surprise to see Rey in the ring, after that injury that took him out for 6 months, and the match was nice and fast-paced, even though it lasted about 6 minutes. Then I was really confused to see Bret Hart vs. Booker T. Bret Hart, one of the biggest wrestling stars of the 90s, in WCW's TV-title division, seriously? Well, atleast the match was perfect example of Booker T's work in TV-title division in 1998, and he was getting better and better. ***. Goldberg vs. Hennig could had been longer, but it was still OK to watch, but still, there still could had been better and credible opponent. **1/2. Then it was time for main-event. Despite what critics say, Malone & DDP vs. Hogan & Rodman was fucking gold. It sure didn't"
[10.0] "The best independent wrestling promotion in the world. Since around 2007 the promotion has constantly been putting on some of the best matches in the US."
[10.0] "Arguably the best in the world when he was in his prime as part of The Steiner Brothers. He was the ultimate combination of amateur wrestling ability, power, and charisma, combined with an unparalleled moveset."
 
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