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# Gimmick Rating
1 Jack Hurley (Independent, 2010) Irish Jack  
2 Ethan Page (Independent, 2013) #AllEgo  
3 Seleziya Sparx (Independent, 2013) #Sparx  
4 Josh Alexander (Independent, 2013) #WalkingWeapon  
5 Justin Starr (Independent, 2008) 1-2-3 Boy  
6 1-2-3 Kid (CHIKARA, 2012) 1-2-3 Kid 6.07
7 No picture available 1-2-3 Queer  
8 No picture available 119 Kogure Train  
9 Yusuke Kodama (W-1, 2014) 14K  
10 17 (Independent, 2014) 17  
11 2 Cold Scorpio (Independent, 2013) 2 Cold Scorpio 6.71
12 Phil Brown (Independent, 2008) 2 Damn Badd  
13 Tony Falk (Independent, 2003) 2 Falk 4 Sure  
14 2 Tuff Tony (Independent, 2007) 2 Tuff Tony 3.88
15 2-Dope (Independent, 2011) 2-Dope  
16 21st Century Fox (Independent, 2007) 21st Century Fox  
17 235 (Ice Ribbon, 2013) 235  
18 No picture available 2Face 3.95
19 John Brooks (, 2002) 2Xtreme  
20 Manimal (Independent, 2005) 300 lb. Manimal  
21 Mr. Condor Jr. (AAA, 1999) 3D  
22 3rd Rail (Independent, 2011) 3rd Rail  
23 Yutaka Yoshie (AJPW, 2013) 4L Blazer 5.12
24 Teddy Reade (Independent, 2008) 4x4 0.29
25 504 (Japan, 2012) 504  
26 1-2-3 Kid (CHIKARA, 2012) 6-Pac 6.07
27 Chris Kent Jr. (Europa, 2011) 6-Squad  
28 Rob Feinstein (ROH, 2002) 7-11 2.21
29 Super Hentai (Independent, 2012) 747  
30 Seven (Australia, 199x) 7ft Thunder  
31 Ron Harris (TNA, 2003) 8-Ball 3.11
32 8-Pac (Independent, 2004) 8-Pac  
33 911 (ECW, 1994) 911 4.53
34 911 (IWRG, 2014) 911  
35 925 Sterling Silver (Europa, 2009) 925 Sterling Silver  
36 Rouge (Independent, 2009) A Man Named Rouge  
37 A Sheik (AJPW, 1987) A Sheik  
38 No picture available A Star Athlete  
39 Bob Geigel (Independent, 197x) A-Bomber  
40 A-Dub (Independent, 2011) A-Dub  
41 No picture available A-Pex  
42 Uncle Elmer (WWF, 1986) A-Team #2 2.50
43 Jason Albert (WWE, 2014) A-Train 6.36
44 Devon (TNA, 2014) A-Train 6.33
45 Nobutaka Araya (AJPW, 2013) A-chan 3.86
46 Amazing Kong (Independent, 2013) A. KONG 8.18
47 Antonio Honda (DDT, 2012) A. YAZAWA 5.17
48 A1 (TNA, 2006) A1 2.31
49 AC Anderson (Independent, 2009) AC Anderson  
50 Malek Avalon (Independent, 2009) AC Brown  
51 D-Lo Brown (TNA, 2013) AC Conner 6.17
52 Voltaje Negro (Mexiko, 200x) AC DC  
53 Jaden (Independent, 2007) AC Drake  
54 No picture available AC Golden  
55 AC Jazz (WCW, 1997) AC Jazz  
56 AC Kage (Independent, 2009) AC Kage  
57 AC Kewl (Independent, 2012) AC Kewl  
58 ACH (ROH, 2014) AC Leroy 8.39
59 AC Anderson (Independent, 2009) AC Sledge  
60 No picture available AC Suede  
61 No picture available AC Zeidel  
62 ACH (ROH, 2014) ACH 8.39
63 Shinjiro Otani (ZERO1, 2013) ACHICHI 7.21
64 Acid (Independent, 2011) ACID  
65 No picture available AD  
66 No picture available AD Star  
67 AERO (Independent, 2011) AERO  
68 Anthony Greene (Independent, 2012) AG Saint  
69 SUGI (DTU, 2012) AHII 8.08
70 Arkim (Independent, 2014) AHTU  
71 Action Jackson (Independent, 2005) AJ  
72 AJ Lee (WWE, 2014) AJ 8.21
73 Bad News Anderson (Europa, 2007) AJ Anderson  
74 AJ Auinger (Europa, 2011) AJ Auinger  
75 No picture available AJ Byrd  
76 AJ Castillo (WWC, 2013) AJ Castillo  
77 AJ Cruise (Independent, 2009) AJ Cruise  
78 AJ Evers (Independent, 2012) AJ Evers  
79 AJ Freeley (Australia, 1992) AJ Freeley  
80 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Fritzoid  
81 No picture available AJ Frost  
82 AJ Havok (Europa, 2006) AJ Havok  
83 AJ Istria (Australia, 2013) AJ Istria  
84 AJ Kirsch (Independent, 2013) AJ Kirsch  
85 AJ Lee (WWE, 2014) AJ Lee 8.21
86 AJ Mitrano (Independent, 2011) AJ Mitrano  
87 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Petrucci  
88 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Petruzzi  
89 AJ Sabotage (Independent, 2006) AJ Sabatelle  
90 AJ Sabotage (Independent, 2006) AJ Sabotage  
91 AJ Sanchez (Independent, 2009) AJ Sanchez  
92 AJ Smooth (Independent, 2009) AJ Smooth  
93 AJ Sparks (Independent, 2003) AJ Sparks  
94 AJ Sparks (Independent, 2003) AJ Sparx  
95 AJ Steele (Independent, 2013) AJ Steele  
96 No picture available AJ Storm  
97 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2014) AJ Styles 8.88
98 AJ Summers (Independent, 2011) AJ Summers  
99 No picture available AJ Watson  
100 Bombero Infernal (IWRG, 2012) AK47  
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CM Punk (WWE, 2013)The Rock (WWE, 2013)
CM Punk: "The time has come to tell you all something very personal. I keep my ear to the ground and I hear everything everybody says. And for the past year and a half the words 'pipe bomb' have been completely misunderstood and misused. It doesn't seem anybody...Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[6.0] "Tomohiro Ishii was victorious over Doc Gallows in a fine opener. Doc gallows is just not impressive to me"
[9.0] "Kyle O’Reilly has proven a lot in 2013, one of which being that he can get the best out of just about anyone. This was the case at PWG’s All Star Weekend, when he put on a really good match against a guy who I’m not even the biggest fan of, Sami Callihan. Right from the opening bell Sami’s stiff style was instantly matched by O’Reilly, who for the whole match delivered some great strikes and perfectly executed moves. And while most PWG matches consists of move after move after move, with this match it seemed a little different. The spots were nicely panned out throughout the match, with the bits in between consisting of welcomed resting periods (by PWG’s standards anyway). The indie scene in 2013 belonged to Kyle O’Reilly, and in March’s All Star Weekend 9, he was only starting to show the best of him."
[10.0] "Somehow, after all the excellence of their match at Invasion Attack, Kazuchika Okada and Hiroshi Tanahashi out did themselves again when they faced off for a 6th time at King of Pro Wrestling. Everything about this match was simply flawless. The manner in which Tanahashi subtly heeled things up by playing possum on a leg injury, showboating at his trickery, and viciously going after the arm of Okada was brilliant to watch. On Okada’s side then, the manner in which he sold the hurt right arm was incredible, and one of the finest pieces of psychology and storytelling you’ll see around. The result of this match was a bit more certain than on other occasions, yet for so many parts throughout the match it looked like Okada’s reign as champion was coming to an abrupt end. It wouldn’t be fair to pick out one man as the result of that kind of storytelling, as both men did an excellent job of doing that, feeding off each other through every move and mannerism. For all that talk though, everything that went along with it was also exceptional. The drama, the sequences, the numerous nearfalls – it was all stellar. Not many matches can live up to the hype after so many encounters prior, yet Okada and Tanahashi found a way to top it yet again. One of the best matches ever, that’s part of one of the best wrestling series in history. Quite simply, wrestling perfection."
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