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# Gimmick Rating
1 Ethan Page (Independent, 2016) #AllEgo 7.55
2 Josh Alexander (Independent, 2015) #WalkingWeapon 6.82
3 Justin Starr (Independent, 2008) 1-2-3 Boy  
4 Sean Waltman (Independent, 2013) 1-2-3 Kid 6.29
5 No picture available 1-2-3 Queer  
6 101 (Europa, 2011) 101  
7 No picture available 119 Kogure Train  
8 Yusuke Kodama (Independent, 2015) 14K  
9 17 (CHIKARA, 2014) 17  
10 17 (CHIKARA, 2012) 17  
11 Too Cold Scorpio (CHIKARA, 2015) 2 Cold Scorpio 6.85
12 Phil Brown (Independent, 2008) 2 Damn Badd  
13 Tony Falk (Independent, 2015) 2 Falk 4 Sure  
14 2 Tuff Tony (Independent, 2007) 2 Tuff Tony 3.94
15 2-Dope (Independent, 2011) 2-Dope  
16 Tom Burton (WCW, 1994) 200% Machine  
17 21st Century Fox (Independent, 2008) 21st Century Fox 4.29
18 235 (Ice Ribbon, 2015) 235  
19 No picture available 2Face 3.95
20 John Brooks (, 2002) 2Xtreme  
21 Mr. Condor Jr. (AAA, 1999) 3D  
22 3rd Rail (Independent, 2011) 3rd Rail  
23 Yutaka Yoshie (AJPW, 2013) 4L Blazer 5.17
24 Teddy Reade (Independent, 2008) 4x4 0.36
25 504 (Japan, 2012) 504  
26 Sean Waltman (Independent, 2013) 6-Pac 6.29
27 Chris Kent Jr. (Europa, 2011) 6-Squad  
28 Rob Feinstein (ROH, 2002) 7-11 2.15
29 Super Hentai (Independent, 2015) 747  
30 Seven (Australia, 199x) 7ft Thunder  
31 Ron Harris (TNA, 2003) 8-Ball 3.10
32 8-Pac (Independent, 2004) 8-Pac  
33 911 (ECW, 1994) 911 3.86
34 911 (Mexiko, 2015) 911  
35 925 Sterling Silver (Europa, 2009) 925 Sterling Silver  
36 Rouge (Independent, 2009) A Man Named Rouge  
37 A Perica Enmascarada (Europa, 2015) A Perica Enmascarada  
38 A Sheik (AJPW, 1987) A Sheik  
39 No picture available A Star Athlete  
40 Bob Geigel (Independent, 197x) A-Bomber  
41 A-Dub (Independent, 2011) A-Dub  
42 Acid Jaz (Independent, 2014) A-Jizzle 5.43
43 A-Pex (Europa, 2014) A-Pex  
44 Uncle Elmer (WWF, 1986) A-Team #2 2.85
45 Jason Albert (WWE, 2014) A-Train 6.38
46 D-Von Dudley (WWE, 2016) A-Train 6.35
47 Nobutaka Araya (AJPW, 2013) A-chan 3.62
48 Awesome Kong (TNA, 2015) A. KONG 8.28
49 Antonio Honda (DDT, 2014) A. YAZAWA 5.29
50 A1 (TNA, 2006) A1 1.86
51 AC Anderson (Independent, 2009) AC Anderson  
52 Malek Avalon (Independent, 2009) AC Brown  
53 D-Lo Brown (TNA, 2013) AC Conner 6.24
54 Voltaje Negro (Mexiko, 200x) AC DC  
55 Jaden (Independent, 2007) AC Drake  
56 No picture available AC Golden  
57 Nitro Girl AC Jazz (WCW, 1998) AC Jazz  
58 AC Kage (Europa, 2013) AC Kage  
59 AC Kewl (Independent, 2012) AC Kewl  
60 ACH (ROH, 2016) AC Leroy 8.42
61 AC Riddick (Independent, 2002) AC Riddick  
62 AC Anderson (Independent, 2009) AC Sledge  
63 No picture available AC Suede  
64 No picture available AC Zeidel  
65 ACH (ROH, 2016) ACH 8.42
66 Shinjiro Otani (W-1, 2015) ACHICHI 7.39
67 Acid (Independent, 2011) ACID  
68 No picture available AD  
69 No picture available AD Star  
70 AERO (Independent, 2011) AERO  
71 Anthony Greene (Independent, 2015) AG Saint  
72 Scott Reed (EVOLVE, 2013) AGD Cecil  
73 SUGI (DTU, 2012) AHII 8.35
74 Arkim (Independent, 2014) AHTU  
75 Action Jackson (Independent, 2005) AJ  
76 AJ Lee (WWE, 2015) AJ 7.74
77 AJ Anderson (Europa, 2015) AJ Anderson  
78 AJ Auinger (Europa, 2011) AJ Auinger  
79 Adrian Byrd (WCW, 1999) AJ Byrd  
80 AJ Castillo (WWC, 2013) AJ Castillo  
81 AJ Cruise (Independent, 2009) AJ Cruise  
82 AJ Evers (Independent, 2012) AJ Evers  
83 AJ Freeley (Australia, 1992) AJ Freeley  
84 AJ Frost (Independent, 2014) AJ Frost  
85 AJ Havok (Europa, 2006) AJ Havok  
86 AJ Istria (Australia, 2013) AJ Istria  
87 AJ Kirsch (Independent, 2013) AJ Kirsch  
88 AJ Sanchez (Independent, 2009) AJ LaRock  
89 AJ Lee (WWE, 2015) AJ Lee 7.74
90 AJ Mitrano (Independent, 2011) AJ Mitrano  
91 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Petrucci  
92 Super Destroyer 1 (ECW, 1992) AJ Petruzzi  
93 AJ Sabotage (Independent, 2006) AJ Sabatelle  
94 AJ Sabotage (Independent, 2006) AJ Sabotage  
95 AJ Sanchez (Independent, 2009) AJ Sanchez  
96 AJ Smooth (Independent, 2014) AJ Smooth  
97 Italian Stallion (Independent, 2004) AJ Sparks  
98 Italian Stallion (Independent, 2004) AJ Sparx  
99 AJ Steele (Independent, 2013) AJ Steele  
100 No picture available AJ Storm  
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Tommy Dreamer (ECW, 1995)
Tommy Dreamer: "The November to Remember, huh. You know, sometimes they call it sports entertainment and then you get to the extreme. The November to Remember I'll remember for the rest of my life. You see the letters ECW mean a whole hell of a lot to me, Sandman....Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[7.0] "Though he got into the in-ring aspect of wrestling later in age that most, Diamond Dallas Page still had the tools to serve as a upper mid-card wrestler on a bad day or as a transitional world champion and main eventer on a good day. After managing talents such as Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, DDP decided to try his hand at wrestling and stepped into the squared circle for WCW in 1991. While his early in-ring career found himself as a preliminary talent, DDP would eventually work his way up the card and earned his first titular accomplishment (WCW's Television Title) in 1995. From there DDP would see his popularity increase as he both won WCW's Lord of The Ring 1996 and earned the WCW United States Title in 1997. As the 1990's came to a close, DDP became synonymous with WCW, where he found himself not only earning the WCW Tag Team Titles on three occasions, but also earning the WCW World Championship on three occasions (though none of which were sufficiently long enough to be considered a true run with the title. ) After WCW folded, DDP emerged within the WWE before too long; though some detract from the fact that he never contended for the WWE Title, he did manage to secure reigns with both the WWE European Championship and the WWE Tag Team Titles (alongside Chris Kanyon) before departing from the company. DDP retired from his in-ring career after a forgettable run in TNA, but is perhaps now best known for his popular brand of yoga."
[8.0] "Tito Santana never had a main event run at the major level, but he was a solid wrestler who was deserving of the mid-card and tag accolades which he received. Coming out of Texas with a football background, it didn't take long for Santana to break into the business through NWA and have excursions to both New Japan and All Japan. It didn't take long for Santana to attract the attention of the WWE, either, as he became a WWE Tag Team Champion alongside Ivan Putski during his first run with the company. Following a run in the AWA, Santana returned to the WWE and earned one of the most cathartic victories for the WWE Intercontinental Championship in company history against Don Muraco. Santana would spend the mid-80's either holding or feuding for the IC title against Greg Valentine before losing it to Randy Savage. Following this, Santana paired up with jilted Can-Am Connection member Rick Martel and formed Strike Force (which itself had a reign with the WWE Tag Titles. ) Following the breakup of Strike Force, Santana closed out the 80's as 1989's King of the Ring before ascending down the card. After being unsuccessfully repackaged as El Matator, Santana left the WWE and began forging a career in the secondary promotions - Earning both the NWA-ECW Heavyweight Championship along with the AWF Heavyweight Championship before winding down his full-time career. Despite his age, Santana continues to appear in the indies and has done so semi-regularly since the mid-2000's."
[6.0] "The match left a lot to be desired, being overbooked and unexciting. Roman was able to kick out of what seemed like dozens of finishers, before taking AJ out with a single spear. The match itself was fine and had a few memorable moments, but it felt more like a Raw main event than a PPV match."
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