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Chris Benoit


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  
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JMTheBadOne wrote on 21.07.2015:
[8.0] "Some may feel Chris Benoit warrants a "0" due to him committing a triple murder/suicide involving his wife, his son, and himself - This isn't unwarranted. The reason he escapes a "0" is that his actions were that his actions, though horribly deplorable, didn't cause a federation or brand to lose value as a consequence of what he did (despite how badly he hurt their families and loved ones who survived them. ) Though his lack of size and mic skills deterred the major North American promotions from taking a flyer on him until later in his career, Benoit was a standout in Japan, Mexico, and the United States (much like his friend Eddie Guerrero. ) A two-time world champion for both WCW and WWE, Benoit made the most impact on the mid-card, where he won the WCW/WWE United States Championship, the Intercontinental Championship, the the WWE and WCW's Tag Team Championships, the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship, and the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship (when it was largely contested in Mexico. ) While his end was deplorable (some believe he committed the crime as a consequence of untreated mental health problems - driven by head injuries sustained from wrestling; others believe that he was entirely cognizant and aware of what he was doing, ) his in-ring work will remain admired by wrestling fans and historians."
BumFromTheDark wrote on 18.07.2015:
[10.0] "The best technical wrestler and it really is that subtle because Chris Benoit was exactly that. Benoit paved the way for so many of the young talent and should always be appreciated for his contribution to wrestling, regardless of his brain damage. He was also one of the best stars of the 21st century and deserved his World Heavyweight Champion even though he had a poor reign."
HeadCheese wrote on 17.07.2015:
[10.0] "I am rating him by his wrestling skills, he is one of the greatest of all time and one of my favorites."
beaverandbutthole wrote on 09.07.2015:
[Kommentar] "I'm going to leave out my rating because the incident makes it very difficult to rate him fairly. Speaking purely as a person who was not a wrestling fan until after Benoit's death, looking back, Benoit's technical ability is up there with anybody else who has ever wrestled. However, most of the promos I've seen from him are very generic, and sometimes pretty bland. Strictly on wrestling ability, he'd be a surefire Hall of Famer if he were still alive."
Doctor Rags wrote on 23.04.2015:
[9.0] "Setting aside the obvious controversy, there's no denying that Benoit was one of the best technical workers of all time. Much like Bret Hart, the amazing quality of his in-ring work actually managed to overshadow his mild-at-best charisma and lack of engaging character. That said, I can't give him higher than a 9/10 simply because he'll always - rightfully - be demonized for his last hours."
NastyYaffa wrote on 20.04.2015:
[10.0] "One of the absolute greatest pro wrestlers ever. I don't respect what he did during his last moments, but he was such a damn great pro wrestler. Just like William Regal said "Chris Benoit was undoubtebly the hardest working man in pro wrestling... He was the absolute BEST. ""
Yoyo wrote on 15.04.2015:
[9.0] "First off I think Benoit is guilty, 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 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)."
ggultra2764 wrote on 14.04.2015:
[8.0] "Ignoring the controversy that took place with his murder/ suicide spree from 2007, Chris was one of the all-time best technical wrestlers that stepped foot in a ring and had a good number of excellent matches on him during times I seen him in WWE and WCW. He wasn't the best man with cutting promos, but he legitimized himself as a guy who could convincingly hurt you in the ring if you crossed him. It's just a shame that his legacy is sullied due to the final hours of his life where he did something he could not undo."
martys wrestling wrote on 28.03.2015:
[10.0] "Chris Benoit is an amazing wrestler and i am only one who think his death is the greatest loss of Pro-Wrestling history, many people came here and still complaint about his tragical death and murder of the family , but coming to the wrestling side he is the greatest of all time..."
135132 wrote on 19.03.2015:
[5.0] "He was also the best wrestler, but the worst human beings. Look only look to him as a wrestler, he was amazing. But you can not deny the fact that the killer had to wrestle."

Current Total Rating
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Average Rating: 9.07
Average in 2015: 9.39
Average in 2014: 9.24
Average in 2013: 8.90
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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