Ric Flair-hands down. No one was more versatile. He could wrestle any style, play any role, and work with any opponent to put on a 5-star match. And he did it 300+ matches/year in the 1980's. No one will ever come close to that kind of work output.
"I'll go through Handsome Jimmy like Ex-Lax through a widow woman." -Jerry "The King" Lawler
Post by noleafclover1980 on Dec 24, 2010 20:41:49 GMT -5
"Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig. Great technical skills, everything looked fluid, and no one sold better then him. If you want to get a finisher over as a death move, have Hennig take it. He made Kerry Von Erich's tornado punch look like a million bucks.