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He held the WWF title for 1474 days and the WCW title for a record 469 days.Pulling together a wholly objective list of the sexiest movies ever made is impossible: One person’s erotic fever dream is bound to be another’s snoozefest, and vice-versa. Wonderful had an illustrious career as part of the Four Horsemen, with several title reigns and induction into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2005. Hacksaw Jim Duggan Why he’s on the list: Not only did Duggan win the first-ever Royal Rumble, he also had the most bizarre TV title reign after he found the belt lying in the trash and declared himself the champion. Kerry Von Erich Why he’s on the list: One of the most tragic stories in wrestling, the Von Erich family suffered tragedy after tragedy. Only Shawn Michaels and Benoit have entered the Royal Rumble at #1 and won the battle royale. Nikita Koloff Why he’s on the list: The Russian Nightmare spent the majority of his career in the NWA and, unfortunately, had his promising career cut short in 1992 at Halloween Havoc when Vader hit him with a stiff closeline, resulting in a severe neck injury. Dean Malenko Why he’s on the list: Known as the Man of 1,000 Holds, Malenko had success in the major organizations and was named Wrestler of the Year in 1997 by Pro Wrestling Illustrated. Shane Douglas Why he’s on the list: The Franchise helped transition ECW from Eastern Champion Wrestling to Extreme Championship Wrestling when he won the NWA title and threw it down, claiming he didn’t want to be champ of a dead organization. Lex Luger Why he’s on the list: After a successful run in the WWE, Luger made his WCW debut on the first Monday Nitro, where he went on to win the WCW Triple Crown. Owen Hart Why he’s on the list: Considered by many of his peers as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, Hart won the 1994 King of the Ring and WWE Intercontinental Title. The Steiner Brothers Why they’re on the list: Winning ten World Tag Team Championships, the Steiners are one of two tag teams to ever hold the WCW, IWGP and the WWF championships. Brian Pillman Why he’s on the list: Pillman won the WCW Tag Team Title with Steve Austin as a member of the Hollywood Blondes, then later in the WWE adopted the title of the Loose Cannon, and created some of the most infamous promo spots ever for the company. Kane Why he’s on the list: Even beyond his highly decorated championship career, Kane’s Royal Rumble records are enough to make him a legend. Eventually going under his real name in the WWE, he feuded with Diamond Dallas Page over the Television Title during the peak of his career. Ron Simmons Why he’s on the list: The All-American football player debuted in the NWA in 1989 and was ranked #20 in Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Top 500 wrestlers of 1992 when he captured the WCW Heavyweight Championship. Ken Shamrock Why he’s on the list: With a smooth transition from UFC to WWE, the World’s Most Dangerous Man lived up to his nickname and was a top WWE superstar for most of the ’90s. Diamond Dallas Page Why he’s on the list: In addition to holding the WCW World Heavyweight Championship title, and being the tag team partner of Jay Leno for a battle with Hulk Hogan, Page’s best work was during his feud with Randy Savage which lasted nearly 4 years. The Honky Tonk Man Why he’s on the list: The Honky Tonk Man holds the record for the longest Intercontinental Title reign, one that will probably never be broken. He held every major title for the company and also enjoyed later success in the WWE. Arn Anderson Why he’s on the list: Anderson spent over 20 years in WCW, where he was part of the Four Horsemen and named PWI’s Tag Team of the Year in 1991, along with Larry Zbyszko. Tito Santana Why he’s on the list: Santana not only held most of the WWE championships, he was also the only man other than Hulk Hogan to be involved in the first nine Wrestlemanias. The Big Show Why he’s on the list: He is the only wrestler to ever hold the WWF, WCW, ECW and WWE Heavyweight Championships and was named PWI’s Rookie of the Year in 1996. Terry Funk Why he’s on the list: The Hardcore Legend has been inducted to just about every wrestling hall of fame there is, and was also awarded the honorary lifetime of ECW Champion for all the work he did for the company. Sabu Why he’s on the list: Feuding with Taz and Rob Van Dam for the majority of his ECW career, Sabu put on some of the most memorable table matches in the history of wrestling. The British Bulldog Why he’s on the list: Before his tragic death in 2002, Davey Boy Smith had numerous jumps from the WCW to the WWE, where he headlined numerous pay-per-views and feuded with numerous top superstars. Jake The Snake Roberts Why he’s on the list: Known for tossing his boa constrictor onto opponents (not a euphemism), Roberts was always a fan favorite and claims to have invented his finishing move, the DDT. The Great Muta Why he’s on the list: One of the first Japanese wrestlers to gain major success in the United States, the Great Muta won the AJPW Triple Crown three different times. Eddie Guerrero Why he’s on the list: The youngest of the Guerrero brothers, Eddie won 23 different titles during his career, which was cut tragically short when he was found dead in 2005. Bam Bam Bigelow Why he’s on the list: Bigelow dominated ECW as a member of the Triple Threat and then went on to headline Wrestlemania XI against Lawrence Taylor. Chris Benoit Why he’s on the list: Benoit is one of four men to win the WWE and WCW Triple Crowns and also won the 2004 WWE Royal Rumble.That way, when you want to make a nice soup or boil veggies, you can simply pull the bag out of the freezer. Schmaltz, or chicken fat, has a great flavor and richness; it has a deeper flavor than duck fat and can be used on nearly everything. Hold it just below the oil's surface for five seconds before releasing it.
There was more than one incident where he was said to have bitten a nose off, lifting Brutus Beefcake two feet off the ground while choking him and knocking grown men across rooms with a single head butt. His ladder match against Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania X was voted Match of the Year by PWI. Rick Rude Why he’s on the list: The “Sexiest Man Alive” as he called himself, was known for some of the best interviews and promos in the ring, as well as being a four-time World Heavyweight Champion. He was a member of the Four Horsemen, the n Wo, and while holding the WWF Intercontinental Title, was the longest-reigning champion of the ’90s. Ted Dibiase Why he’s on the list: The Million Dollar Man is considered by many to be the greatest wrestling villain of all time.
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With that being said, after much time and deliberation, here are the 100 Greatest Wrestlers of the ’90s. Alex Wright Why he’s on the list: After finding success in Germany, “Das Wunderkind” captured the WCW Cruiserweight & Television Titles. He later became the leader of the n Wo Wolfpac, along with Scott Steiner. Marty Jannetty Why he’s on the list: Although never achieving the level of his partner, Shawn Michaels, he did return to the ring in 1993 to defeat Michaels and win the Intercontinental title. Ultimo Dragon Why he’s on the list: Although much more successful in Japan, Ultimo Dragon was one of the marquee cruiserweights in WCW feuding with Dean Malenko, Rey Mysterio, Jr., and Eddie Guerrero. Jushin Liger Why he’s on the list: Debuting at age 19 in New Japan Pro Wrestling, Jushin Liger is still going strong 28 years later. took the taxman concept and became one of the most well-known villains, feuding with the Undertaker, Bret Hart and numerous other stars. Demolition Why they’re on the list: The WWE’s answer to the Road Warriors, Demolition dominated the tag team division and held the titles for an unbelievable 478 days. X-Pac Why he’s on the list: Best known for his time in Degeneration X, X-Pac held over a dozen titles in the WWE, WCW and TNA. Rick Martel Why he’s on the list: After nearly 20 years in professional wrestling, Martel adopted the model gimmick which put him over as one of the most well known villains in the ’90s for the WWE. The Dudley Boyz Why they’re on the list: Bubba Ray and D-Von are the most decorated tag team in wrestling history, with 23 tag team championships in every major wrestling company in the world. Steven Regal Why he’s on the list: Regal found success in his blue blood character, which continually insulted his opponents, as well as the fans, for being lower class than him. He is also a record nine-time Intercontinental Champion. Rob Van Dam Why he’s on the list: One of the most innovative and exciting wrestlers of all time, Van Dam held the ECW Television Title for an astounding 700 days and was the only wrestler ever to be voted PWI’s Most Popular Wrestler of the Year as a heel. Yokozuna Why he’s on the list: Although marketed as a Japanese sumo wrestler, the Samoan superstar went on to win the 1993 Royal Rumble, and then defeated Bret Hart and Hulk Hogan to win the WWF Championship twice. Rey Mysterio Why he’s on the list: His acrobatic and high-flying moves are considered the birth of cruiserweight wrestling’s popularity in the U.
He has feuded with everyone from Brian Pillman to Sting to Owen Hart. Abdullah the Butcher Why he’s on the list: With successful stints in the WWE, WCW, ECW and NWA, Abdullah may be best known for his 1991 feud with Sting where, at Halloween Havoc, Cactus Jack accidentally electrocuted him in an electric chair. The Pitbulls Why they’re on the list: If you didn’t get to watch ECW wrestling in the ’90s, before the WWE, bought the wrestling world do yourself a favor and check them out on You Tube. Why he’s on the list: Taking what may be the most unexciting gimmick ever, I. S., which led to successful stints in WCW, WWE and ECW. Triple H Why he’s on the list: After gaining huge popularity as a member of Degeneration X, Triple H became a main event headliner, going on to win the WWE World Championship a record 13 times.