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    Raccoon1459

    [21]Nov 13, 2010
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    Hogan's at number 23 and Cena's at number 16? Something's not right.
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    yooperchild

    [22]Nov 13, 2010
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    LOL @ everyone that's listed above Hulk Hogan.....you know that's the WWE's way of telling him to go "f" himself.

    And why they hell is Batista on this list? He's not a good wrestler nor a compelling character...
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    Deadnight-Majin

    [23]Nov 14, 2010
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    Hurricane1123 wrote:
    telvisnostic wrote:


    Hogan's there, he's #23.


    Oh oops, didn't see that.
    Deadnight-Majin wrote:


    Hurricane1123 wrote:
    A couple of things that come to my mind... 1. Even though Triple H has probably been in the company longer, in no way is he at a higher ranking than Cena.
    How? Hunter has held more World Championships and headlined more Wrestlemanias than Cena. Even in terms of kayfabe, he's a far more credible 'superstar' than John.


    I don't know, I've never really seen Triple H as a big time star, even between 2002-2004. I mean yeah he was big, but in comparison to how big Cena is, I just don't think Hunter has a higher ranking than John.
    I'm surprised. I think the only people bigger than Hunter in the past 12 years were Austin and The Rock.

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    Randyspeeps

    [24]Nov 14, 2010
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    Randy Orton is 29, but he won't be there for long. He still has a long career ahead of him. And he'll rise into the top 20, before his career is over.

    The only major flaw is that Cena is ranked...
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    telvisnostic

    [25]Nov 14, 2010
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    yooperchild wrote:
    LOL @ everyone that's listed above Hulk Hogan.....you know that's the WWE's way of telling him to go "f" himself. And why they hell is Batista on this list? He's not a good wrestler nor a compelling character...
    Poor Hogan...but they (WWE) and him have both **** on each other in so many ways, but it is suprising that he's that low on the list. I don't get the Batista thing either.

    Edited on 11/14/2010 6:25pm
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    GoofyGoober88

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    Hurricane1123 wrote:
    A couple of things that come to my mind...

    1. Even though Triple H has probably been in the company longer, in no way is he at a higher ranking than Cena.

    2. Shawn Michael at #1. I love HBK and he's a definite legend who more than fully deserves to be in the top 5, but I think number one is way too high.

    3. I know Hulk Hogan is not on the list because he's in TNA, but Jeff Hardy is on the list? Why is Hulk left out?

    4. I like Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio, but they should not be as high as they are, maybe in the late teens or twenties but not at numbers 11 and 9 respectively.

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    The rest of the list looks quite alright and probably one of WWE's better list compilations. What I don't like about lists is that you will always have debate and controversy over what gets put in and what gets left out.


    IMO Trips was a bigger star than Cena from late 99-2000...Not just because im a fan of Trips but because he put on some of the best matches of his career & was the only heel to win a WM main event(I Dont include Austin since he became a heel during the match) the company was built around him...He filled the gap Austin left when he left for his neck injury.

    It really depends on what they are basing the list on...If its just money making power then Austin should be 1 & Cena at 2...But if they are basing it on everything then HBK deserves to be #1 the guy had it all he could draw and could put on classics matches.

    Only thing that annoys me is Undertaker at 2...He is a legend but he is not deserving of the #2 spot I would have him at 5 or 4, Also Rey being in the top 10 thats the most random thing ever I would place him in the top 20 or 30 sure but not the top 10 lol.

    Also Batista got in because of his Fashion sense alone...Who else could wear sunglasses indoors and look cool doing it?.
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    JLe1223

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    yooperchild wrote:

    And why they hell is Batista on this list? He's not a good wrestler nor a compelling character...


    Well he's popular and recognizable by today's fans, so they included him in there, besides he's like at very bottom. It is weird though that Hulk Hogan is not in the top ten that is very shocking.
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    JLe1223

    [28]Nov 14, 2010
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    Randyspeeps wrote:
    Randy Orton is 29, but he won't be there for long. He still has a long career ahead of him. And he'll rise into the top 20, before his career is over. The only major flaw is that Cena is ranked...


    Cena is waaaaaay better than Orton. Wink

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    ballin1347

    [29]Nov 15, 2010
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    Doesn't anyone understand that this isn't what WWE actually thinks the list should look like?

    It all mostly involves who's involved now, who's in TNA, and who's not on good terms with the WWE.
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    Hurricane1123

    [30]Nov 17, 2010
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    ballin1347 wrote:
    Doesn't anyone understand that this isn't what WWE actually thinks the list should look like?

    It all mostly involves who's involved now, who's in TNA, and who's not on good terms with the WWE.
    Yeah but still, one day the WWE should create a list where such factors do no harm a list like this. Just once I would like to see a non-biased list.
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    ballin1347

    [31]Nov 17, 2010
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    Hurricane1123 wrote:
    ballin1347 wrote:
    Doesn't anyone understand that this isn't what WWE actually thinks the list should look like?

    It all mostly involves who's involved now, who's in TNA, and who's not on good terms with the WWE.
    Yeah but still, one day the WWE should create a list where such factors do no harm a list like this. Just once I would like to see a non-biased list.


    Agreed...but that won't happen until TNA is gone.
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    telvisnostic

    [32]Nov 18, 2010
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    TNA does not need be be gone, they need to get better,


    #34's video-http://www.wwedvdnews.com/video-kurt-angle-wwe-top-50-superstars-dvd/7068/

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    Sofa_King1

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    JLe1223 wrote:

    Randyspeeps wrote:
    Randy Orton is 29, but he won't be there for long. He still has a long career ahead of him. And he'll rise into the top 20, before his career is over. The only major flaw is that Cena is ranked...


    Orton is waaaaaay better than Cena. Wink



    Fixed.
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    yooperchild

    [34]Nov 19, 2010
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    ballin1347 wrote:
    Hurricane1123 wrote:
    ballin1347 wrote:
    Doesn't anyone understand that this isn't what WWE actually thinks the list should look like?

    It all mostly involves who's involved now, who's in TNA, and who's not on good terms with the WWE.
    Yeah but still, one day the WWE should create a list where such factors do no harm a list like this. Just once I would like to see a non-biased list.


    Agreed...but that won't happen until TNA is gone.


    Eh....I doubt it only because when the WWE absorbed WCW, they still pretty much crapped on everyone that was "born and bred WWE".
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    qfrodri85

    [35]Nov 19, 2010
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    Hurricane1123 wrote:
    ballin1347 wrote:
    Doesn't anyone understand that this isn't what WWE actually thinks the list should look like?

    It all mostly involves who's involved now, who's in TNA, and who's not on good terms with the WWE.
    Yeah but still, one day the WWE should create a list where such factors do no harm a list like this. Just once I would like to see a non-biased list.
    Even Stone Cold at #1 could be seen as biased.
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    telvisnostic

    [36]Dec 3, 2010
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    This be the matches:


    Disc 3


    NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Lou Thesz vs. Argentina Rocca
    Buffalo, NY

    NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Jack Brisco vs. Dory Funk Jr.
    Championship Wrestling From Florida

    WWE Women's Championship Match
    Fabulous Moolah vs. Susan Green
    Madison Square Garden, 16th June, 1975

    Gorilla Monsoon confronts Muhammed Ali
    Philadelphia, PA, 2nd June, 1976

    NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Harley Race vs. Terry Funk
    Championship Wrestling from Florida, 6th February, 1977

    Boxing Match
    Gorilla Monsoon vs. Andre the Giant
    Puerto Rico, 23rd September, 1977

    World Wide Wrestling Federation Championship Match
    "Superstar" Billy Graham vs. Dusty Rhodes
    Madison Square Garden, 26th September, 1977

    WWE Championship Match
    Hulk Hogan vs. Iron Sheik
    Madison Square Garden, 28th December, 1984


    Six Man Tag Team Elimination Match
    Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Junkyard Dog vs. "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Harley Race, Adrian Adonis
    Madison Square Garden, 23rd February, 1987

    "Ravishing" Rick Rude vs. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
    Madison Square Garden, 26th December, 1987

    AWA Heavyweight Championship Match
    Jerry "The King" Lawler vs. Curt Hennig
    AWA, 13th August, 1988

    No Disqualification Match – Virgil Barred from Ringside
    Jake "the Snake" Roberts vs. "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
    Madison Square Garden, 28th December, 1989


    Disc 3


    WWE Championship Match
    "Nature Boy" Ric Flair vs. Bret "Hit Man" Hart
    Saskatoon, CN, 12th October, 1992

    WWE Championship Match
    The Rock vs. Mankind
    Halftime Heat, 31st January, 1999

    Fatal Four Way Match for the WWE Championship
    Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock vs. The Undertaker vs. Kurt Angle
    SmackDown, 7th December, 2000

    The Undertaker, Kane, Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Edge, Christian
    RAW, 23rd April, 2001

    Edge / Triple H vs. Kurt Angle / Chris Jericho
    SmackDown, 16th May, 2002

    Non-Title Match
    Eddie Guerrero vs. Big Show
    SmackDown, 15th April, 2004

    Triple Threat Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
    Kurt Angle vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Randy Orton
    WrestleMania 22, 2nd April, 2006

    John Cena / Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker / Batista
    No Way Out, 18th February, 2007

    World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Edge vs. The Undertaker
    WrestleMania XXIV, 30th March, 200

    The Top 50 Superstars of All Time countdown is on disc 1 but is listed here so as not to spoil it for people who want to wait to see the DVD before knowing the positions.

    Number 50 – Killer Kowalski

    Number 49 - Batista

    Number 48 – 'Ravishing' Rick Rude

    Number 47 – Bob Backlund

    Number 46 – Dory Funk Jr.

    Number 45 – Jeff Hardy

    Number 44 – Nick Bockwinkel

    Number 43 - Kane

    Number 42 – Sgt. Slaughter

    Number 41 – Jack Brisco


    Number 40 – Big Show

    Number 39 – Jake 'The Snake' Roberts

    Number 38 – 'Superstar' Billy Graham

    Number 37 – Junkyard Dog

    Number 36 – Gorilla Monsoon

    Number 35 - Buddy Rogers

    Number 34 – Kurt Angle

    Number 33 – Mick Foley

    Number 32 –Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka

    Number 31 – The Iron Sheik


    Number 30 – Pat Patterson

    Number 29 – Randy Orton

    Number 28 – 'Classy' Freddy Blassie

    Number 27 – The Fabulous Moolah

    Number 26 – Ted DiBiase

    Number 25 – Chris Jericho

    Number 24 – Bruno Sammartino

    Number 23 – Hulk Hogan

    Number 22 – Terry Funk

    Number 21 – Lou Thesz


    Number 20 – Jerry 'The King' Lawler

    Number 19 - Edge

    Number 17 (Tie) – 'The American Dream' Dusty Rhodes

    Number 17 (Tie) – 'Nature Boy ' Ric Flair

    Number 16 – John Cena

    Number 15 – 'Mr. Perfect' Curt Hennig

    Number 14 – Randy 'Macho Man' Savage

    Number 13 – Gorgeous George

    Number 12 – Triple H

    Number 11 – Eddie Guerrero

    Number 10 – Rowdy Roddy Piper

    Number 9 – Rey Mysterio

    Number 8 – Andre The Giant

    Number 7 – Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat

    Number 6 – Harley Race

    Number 5 – The Rock

    Number 4 – Bret 'Hit Man' Hart

    Number 3 – Stone Cold Steve Austin

    Number 2 - Undertaker

    Number 1 – Shawn Michaels



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