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Chris Benoit

Deceased

Also known as Wild Pegasus, Pegasus Kid, Dynamite Chris

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# Manager Gimmick Promotion(s) Years
1 Shane McMahon Chris Benoit WWF 2000
2 Woman Chris Benoit WCW 1995-1996
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# Name Promotion Worker Roles Length of career Rating
1 Ashe Singles Wrestler, Tag Team Wrestler  
2 Skye Singles Wrestler 2.67
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JxhDel wrote on 21.05.2016:
[10.0] "I think we all know what he did was horrible and irresponsible against the same discipline and/or business he truly loved. However, this is a pro wrestling website, not a talk show, so he must deserve to be called as one of the best of all times."
killowenskill wrote on 20.05.2016:
[10.0] "I'm surprised such a huge number of negative comments related to the fact that he had killed his family. Yes, it's a bad thing, no one will argue. But how it is related to wrestling, damn you? Seriously, I often notice how wrestlers judged by their actions. And right would be treated in this business, as in the case with Triple H, who had offered themselves for wrestlers, burying their careers. Or Cena, doing the same thing, suffice it to recall Alex Riley, and that an unknown black boy with Nexus. Or Bella Twins, retractable talented rivals. But in the case of Chris, this situation does not apply to wrestling. It can be infinitely spread rot over the case, but a sin to deny that he is a terrific wrestler, who has not lost in our time. And then even more so was a real phenomenon. Suffice it to recall his matches, which always gets excellent. About Chris abilities can write legend, his contribution to wrestling will never be forgotten. And so he did not do - for the fans it will be, first of all, a decent performer, and only then a murderer and a psychopath. And as though it may sound cynical - that there is some truth."
Yoyo wrote on 08.05.2016:
[9.0] "There's no denying the atrocity of Benoit's final hours and the indelible tarnish it put on his legacy. Now let's talk about him as a performer. Wrestling wise he was one of the very best, both an expert mat/technical wrestler and a stiff fucker; the only problem being his lack of showmanship and mic skills, which kept him from solidifying his status as a main eventer (which a guy with his talent deserved)."
Weavillain wrote on 06.05.2016:
[9.0] "Alright, let's just get this out of the way, what this man did in the last moments of his life was sickening, heart breaking, and downright despicable. Which is why my rating isn't about how good of a human being he was but of how good of a wrestler he was and when it came down to the technical craftsmanship aspect of wrestling, very few were greater than Chris Benoit, hence why I give him a 9. He's not the perfect 10, solely because he wasn't that engaging as a character outside of the ring but he more than made up for it with technique that was and still is hard to come by nowadays."
anarchyaus wrote on 01.05.2016:
[9.0] "Benoit is easily one of the best techinal wrestlers of all time and is able to have a good match with anybody, I would have given Benoit a 10 if not for the fact that his mic skills/charisma is the only thing a bit lacking with his performance."
Jobbit98 wrote on 23.04.2016:
[10.0] "So leaving out the tragedy that he was involved in his personal life I'd say Benoit was one of the best wrestlers EVER! The man could do it all in the ring and with so much aggression as well. He has produced numerous classics against a variety of opponents and it's just mind blowing to think honestly."
Mean Smark Callous wrote on 13.04.2016:
[9.0] "Yes, he murdered himself and his family, but you cannot deny that he was one of the best ever. The man commanded respect and was always exciting to watch. One of the reasons I started to prefer WCW over WWE. Sadly because of his horrific crimes he will never get into any hall of fame."
leblake wrote on 24.02.2016:
[10.0] "Quite simply, the best technical wrestler in the history of the industry. He put on classics wherever he went over his 20+ year career. It'll be a long time before we see somebody on Benoit's level inside the ring."
MatiasClub wrote on 15.02.2016:
[10.0] "He is my favourite wrestler. He had a very good psychology on the ring, a good storytelling, good selling, and good quality in ring. I didnīt point with 0 because the double murder/suicide was apart of wrestling. I recognize him as a wrestler, not as a person. His technique was unique, and his style of wrestling also. I cannot explain what he did in his house, but i recognize him as a wrestler"
PunkFan wrote on 14.02.2016:
[10.0] "Horrible connotations aside, Chris Benoit is likely the best wrestler to ever lace a pair of boots, and the hardest working man the business will ever see. His World Heavyweight Championship win in 2004 is a moment I'll never forget, a day where hard work and dedication culminates in those who DESERVE it (take notes Roman) get their due. Even if the run itself was somewhat lackluster bar the incredible match with HBK, Benoit got his time at the top and then went on to help elevate the United States Championship. Despite the tragic circumstances in which he was taken away he is a legend of the business and a lesson to younger wrestlers to be extremely careful when it comes to concussions, they're nothing to play with."

9.09
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Number of comments: 461
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Average Rating: 9.10
Average in 2016: 9.35
Average in 2015: 9.35
Average in 2014: 9.32
Average in 2013: 8.87
Average in 2012: 9.23
Average in 2011: 8.93
Average in 2010: 8.98
Average in 2009: 8.71
Average in 2008: 8.77
Average in 2007: 9.24

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