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# Gimmick Rating
1 Ethan Page (Independent, 2013) #AllEgo 6.14
2 Josh Alexander (Independent, 2015) #WalkingWeapon  
3 Justin Starr (Independent, 2008) 1-2-3 Boy  
4 Sean Waltman (Independent, 2013) 1-2-3 Kid 6.11
5 No picture available 1-2-3 Queer  
6 No picture available 119 Kogure Train  
7 Yusuke Kodama (W-1, 2014) 14K  
8 17 (CHIKARA, 2014) 17  
9 17 (CHIKARA, 2012) 17  
10 2 Cold Scorpio (Independent, 2013) 2 Cold Scorpio 6.76
11 Phil Brown (Independent, 2008) 2 Damn Badd  
12 Tony Falk (Independent, 2003) 2 Falk 4 Sure  
13 2 Tuff Tony (Independent, 2007) 2 Tuff Tony 3.88
14 2-Dope (Independent, 2011) 2-Dope  
15 Tom Burton (WCW, 1994) 200% Machine  
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 Sean Waltman (Independent, 2013) 6-Pac 6.11
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 4.50
34 911 (Mexiko, 2015) 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 A-Pex (Europa, 2014) A-Pex  
42 Uncle Elmer (WWF, 1986) A-Team #2 2.50
43 Jason Albert (WWE, 2014) A-Train 6.34
44 Devon (TNA, 2014) A-Train 6.36
45 Nobutaka Araya (AJPW, 2013) A-chan 3.86
46 Awesome Kong (TNA, 2015) A. KONG 8.22
47 Antonio Honda (DDT, 2012) A. YAZAWA 5.17
48 A1 (TNA, 2006) A1 2.02
49 AC Anderson (Independent, 2009) AC Anderson  
50 Malek Avalon (Independent, 2009) AC Brown  
51 D-Lo Brown (TNA, 2013) AC Conner 6.20
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 8.22
59 AC Riddick (Independent, 2002) AC Riddick  
60 AC Anderson (Independent, 2009) AC Sledge  
61 No picture available AC Suede  
62 No picture available AC Zeidel  
63 ACH (ROH, 2014) ACH 8.22
64 Shinjiro Otani (ZERO1, 2013) ACHICHI 7.31
65 Acid (Independent, 2011) ACID  
66 No picture available AD  
67 No picture available AD Star  
68 AERO (Independent, 2011) AERO  
69 Anthony Greene (Independent, 2012) AG Saint  
70 SUGI (DTU, 2012) AHII 8.25
71 Arkim (Independent, 2014) AHTU  
72 Action Jackson (Independent, 2005) AJ  
73 AJ Lee (WWE, 2014) AJ 8.16
74 AJ Anderson (Europa, 2014) AJ Anderson  
75 AJ Auinger (Europa, 2011) AJ Auinger  
76 No picture available AJ Byrd  
77 AJ Castillo (WWC, 2013) AJ Castillo  
78 AJ Cruise (Independent, 2009) AJ Cruise  
79 AJ Evers (Independent, 2012) AJ Evers  
80 AJ Freeley (Australia, 1992) AJ Freeley  
81 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Fritzoid  
82 No picture available AJ Frost  
83 AJ Havok (Europa, 2006) AJ Havok  
84 AJ Istria (Australia, 2013) AJ Istria  
85 AJ Kirsch (Independent, 2013) AJ Kirsch  
86 AJ Lee (WWE, 2014) AJ Lee 8.16
87 AJ Mitrano (Independent, 2011) AJ Mitrano  
88 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Petrucci  
89 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Petruzzi  
90 AJ Sabotage (Independent, 2006) AJ Sabatelle  
91 AJ Sabotage (Independent, 2006) AJ Sabotage  
92 AJ Sanchez (Independent, 2009) AJ Sanchez  
93 AJ Smooth (Independent, 2009) AJ Smooth  
94 AJ Sparks (Independent, 2003) AJ Sparks  
95 AJ Sparks (Independent, 2003) AJ Sparx  
96 AJ Steele (Independent, 2013) AJ Steele  
97 No picture available AJ Storm  
98 AJ Styles (NJPW, 2014) AJ Styles 8.97
99 AJ Summers (Independent, 2011) AJ Summers  
100 No picture available AJ Watson  
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Kevin Nash (HUSTLE, 2004)
Kevin Nash: "This is gonna be completely foreign to me, because somebody didn't hand me a script before I walked through the curtain. [lacht] So I guess I get to say whatever I want to. I got my eyes on you, young lady [zeigt...Read on!

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[10.0] "When a company still has a rabid cult following 14 years after its demise, clearly it did something right. And the influence of ECW can't be denied: what this company began inspired WWE to find its "attitude, " inspired WCW to utilize lightweight workers with technical and high-flying styles and TNA to do much of the same with its X Division, inspired ROH to present an alternative product, inspired CZW to push the boundaries of "hardcore" further, and inspired American audiences to seek out Mexican and Japanese wrestling, to name a few. During its run ECW presented some classic storylines, memorable characters and fantastic matches. Stylistically, there was much more happening than just "hardcore" - there was also plenty of technical wrestling and plenty of high-flying. The company was always great at playing to the strengths of its individual performers and at creating an identity all its own, reveling in its "outlaw" image. Sure, not everything it did was a home run (no company has a completely perfect track record), but for all it did do right, like so many others I still have fond memories of ECW."
[Kommentar] "Card from the event page; NO DQ 3 WAY MATCH FOR THE XWA BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: BIG DAMO O'CONNOR (C) vs WILD BOAR vs JAMES CASTLE PRO-WRESTLING:EVE CHAMPIONSHIP: RHIA O'REILLY (C) vs JIMMY HAVOC FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH: SAM SLAM vs EXODUS PAUL ROBINSON VS LION KID LORD GIDEON GREY'S OPEN CHALLENGE! UK vs CANADA JONNY STORM vs CECIL NIX POLLYANNA vs ADDY STARR 4 WAY ELIMINATION MATCH KYLE ASHMORE vs 'OMEGA' ISAAC ZERCHER vs DARKO vs AARON SHARPE"
[7.0] "A product of the "WWE machine, " Morrison was entertaining enough there, especially during his time as half of MNM and the original heel Jim Morrison-knockoff version of the John Morrison character. But to me, his ring style and personality never quite clicked - his persona was far more interesting as a heel and somewhat bland as a good guy, yet his crowd-pleasing acrobatic moves made his ring style pure babyface. After leaving WWE he seemed to take awhile to find his niche in the indies; while some of his matches worked, others were rather dull on cards that also featured the likes of the Young Bucks. But since arriving in Lucha Underground, Morrison (now as Johnny Mundo) seems to have found his groove - in that environment, somehow, his ring style seems to click and he's been putting on some great performances as one of that company's top faces. 2015 could be the year we see him really come into his own."
 
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