Who is your favorite WWE wrestler of all time?

November 28, 2008 11:51pm CST
Who among past and present WWE superstars do you like an why? My personal favorite would be Hulk Hogan. He is after all the one who made wrestling mainstream.
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• Philippines
2 Dec 08
I've just got two people on the top of my list here: HBK Shawn Michaels and The People's Champion The Rock. The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin really set the stage for the attitude era of the 90s which was the boom period of professional wrestling. He has excellent mic skills, decent enough wrestling skills and always was a professional when it comes to doing business. He's so good, that he was able to leave the profession and be successful in Hollywood. Whenever he makes his visits to the WWE, fans always show their appreciation and he truly is missed by every professional wrestling fan. HBK. The Showstopper, the main event. He's been doing it for over two decades and he's still going strong. He's made every match he's in to be very much watchable and he's stolen the show nearly everytime he's given the opportunity to do so. He's a hall of fame talent when he decides to hang up his boots.
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2 Dec 08
I do not like HBK because of what he did to Bret but I am impressed on how you present your view.
• Philippines
30 Nov 08
Ultimate Warrior! Hahaha anybody remember him? I also like Hulk Hogan. Man! I stopped watching wrestling when they were gone. I enjoyed their era.
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2 Dec 08
Yes I remember Jim Hellwig aka The Ultimate Warrior. His ring entrance always brough energy to the crowd.
• India
29 Nov 08
if u smell with rock is cookin....THE ROCK is my favourite all-time wwe star...
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29 Nov 08
I appreciated the Rock's entertainment value. Excellent mic skills. Unfortunately he left WWE for Hollywood.
@molloy (136)
1 Dec 08
Stone Cold by far used to love watching him was always a fun time but now i would have to say john cena i watch raw everyweek and im a huge cena fan, he is the champion again which is the way it should be. so over all it as to be stone cold but has of now it is john cena without doubt
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• United States
29 Nov 08
Of all time, I would have to go with The Rock, like many others did. He is the one that really got me into the idea of watching wrestling regularly. Before seeing him on TV in the WWF/WWE, I was not into wrestling at all. But the combination of his athleticism and his personality/charisma make him one of the most ultimate packages in the ring. There are a few that sit a little lower for me, like Kurt Angle or Chris Jericho, but The Rock reigns supreme.
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@VH31IC (24)
• Philippines
29 Nov 08
Ultimate Warrior. I like teh crazy!
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@nicker (34)
• Indonesia
29 Nov 08
hmm... I really like stone cold, goldberg, and brock. stone cold is my favourite from first time until now. Goldberg, I like him when he defeated sting in WCW Nitro. That's just along time ago. Now, I still like them.
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• Malaysia
29 Nov 08
Hello... Actually I rarely watch wrestling because they are too sexy.. But.. I love The Rock!! He just too handsome.. But now he always appear in film that make me more crazy on him.. He really coollllll!! Love you The Rock.....
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@arcidy (5017)
• United States
29 Nov 08
I would have to say kurt angle because ive always liked him the most when he was in the wwe. Since he was one of the first wrestlers I really liked back in 03. I really wish he would come back to the wwe since I really dont care for him in tna but would like him in wwe.
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@modstar (9615)
• Philippines
6 Dec 08
I really don't know much about the present WWE Superstars but i like Grand Master Sexay. I used to play him in Smackdown 2 in Playstation one and for me he is my hero hehe. We used to play a lot i always end up the winner especially in Ladder Match even if Grand Master Sexay is against Stone Cold.
• India
2 Dec 08
john cena
@anaknitatay (1335)
• Philippines
29 Nov 08
"The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker