Top 10 WWE Wrestlers of All Time

The debate about top 10 WWE wrestlers of all time never going to end any time soon. One is better than the other on some way in the ring of wrestling. Based on our research and public opinion we tried to rank the top 10 WWE wrestlers of all time in this post. Enjoy and don’t forget to comment down below about your opinion.

  1. The Undertaker
  2. Stone Cold Steve Austin
  3. Shawn Michaels
  4. The Rock
  5. John Cena
  6. Hulk Hogan
  7. Triple H
  8. Bret Hart
  9. Randy Orton
  10. Rey Mysterio

1. The Undertaker

A various WWE and World Heavyweight Champion, a six-time label group titleholder and a Royal Rumble winner in 2007, Undertaker’s achievements in WWE have solidified his place among the best in the amusement. He is a valid in-ring pioneer, having been a piece of numerous WWE firsts, including the first-since forever Casket Match at Survivor Series 1992, the first-historically speaking Buried Alive match in 1996 and the debut Hell in a Cell Match in October 1997.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:2313

Total number of wins:1732 (74.9%)

Total number of losses:487 (21.1%)

Total number of draws:94 (4.1%)

2. Stone Cold Steve Austin

Gladly bringing his center fingers up in the essences of everybody who challenged contradict him, “Undeniable” Steve Austin was the industrial warrior for the regular man. Prepared by “Man of his word” Chris Adams, Steve Austin broke into the wrestling business in Texas in 1990, as a feature of the USWA. Following a year, he proceeded onward to WCW, where he won the WCW Television Championship under the name “Dazzling” Steve Austin.

Austin joined WWE in January 1996 as Ted DiBiase’s “Million Dollar Champion.” Debuting as “The Ringmaster,” he crushed Savio Vega in a forgettable WrestleMania challenge. Before long, “Undeniable” was conceived.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:1362

Total number of wins:775 (56.9%)

Total number of losses:481 (35.3%)

Total number of draws:106 (7.8%)

3. Shawn Michaels

An arrogant, sure heartbreaker from San Antonio, Texas, HBK began off his profession as one portion of The Rockers and finished it in a great match with The Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVI. En route, he won each major WWE title, two Royal Rumbles, passage into the WWE Hall of Fame and notoriety for being The Icon, The Showstopper, The Main Event.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:2041

Total number of wins:1382 (67.7%)

Total number of losses:569 (27.9%)

Total number of draws:90 (4.4%)

4. The Rock

The main third-age Superstar in WWE history, the man Dwayne Johnson was bound for games stimulation everlasting status since birth. In the time since he made his presentation as a smiling hero at the 1996 Survivor Series, The Brahma Bull has won eight WWE Championships, featured WrestleMania, facilitated “Saturday Night Live,” composed a New York Times top of the line life account, top-charged the mainstream HBO arrangement “Hotshot” and featured in movies like “Quick Five” and “The Game Plan,” which have netted actually billions of dollars. The astounding thing is, he’s simply beginning.

The Rock’s energy never impeded, as he laid the smackdown on “Disposition Era” rivals like “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Triple H while gushing off unlimited catchphrases that quickly turned out to be a piece of the national discussion. With one eyebrow positioned, The People’s Champion would caution jabronis to “Know your job and shut your mouth” or “Simply bring it!” before conveying his staggering completing move, The Rock Bottom, while in transit to triumph.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:851

Total number of wins:450 (52.9%)

Total number of losses:354 (41.6%)

Total number of draws:47 (5.5%)

5. John Cena

He’s a 16-time World Champion, five-time U.S. Champion, and record-setting Make-A-Wish granter. He’s discharged a hit collection, featured in blockbuster films, proposed to Nikki Bella amidst WrestleMania and — over 10 years into his WWE residency — he hasn’t backed off a stage. In the event that you truly can’t see John Cena now, odds are you just aren’t looking.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:2234

Total number of wins:1755 (78.6%)

Total number of losses:424 (19.0%)

Total number of draws:55 (2.5%)

6. Hulk Hogan

The key figure in WWE’s ascent from the local appreciation for overall amusement pioneer during the 1980s, The Hulkster’s superhuman size, and irrefutable moxy set the standard for what a Superstar ought to be. An overwhelming symbol, he stuffed 93,173 WWE fans into the Pontiac Silverdome, won six WWE Championships, featured in motion pictures, network shows, and his very own vivified arrangement and turned into an icon to a tremendous army of fans he named his Hulkamaniacs.

His most prominent adversaries — “Boisterous” Roddy Piper, King Kong Bundy, Ultimate Warrior — turned out to be progressively vital pieces of WWE history when they ventured through the ropes to confront The Immortal One. His best matches read like a waitlist of WWE’s pivotal turning points. Who could overlook Hulk’s standoff with Andre the Giant at WrestleMania III, his crash with Randy Savage at WrestleMania V, his notorious experience with The Rock at WrestleMania X8.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:2024

Total number of wins:1515 (74.9%)

Total number of losses:378 (18.7%)

Total number of draws:131 (6.5%)

7. Triple H

A 14-time World Champion, The Game has conflicted with a reiteration of ring legends to catch the position of authority as The King of Kings. The Rock, “Undeniable” Steve Austin, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, John Cena and even WWE Chairman Vince McMahon — each cut somewhere around the heavy hammer employing clench hand of The Cerebral Assassin. He has deliberately and efficiently usurped games diversion, catching pretty much every major WWE title, the King of the Ring crown, two Royal Rumble Match triumphs and the marquee spot in epic matches at WrestleMania on a few events, all through a vocation that traverses almost two decades.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:1947

Total number of wins:1008 (51.8%)

Total number of losses:863 (44.3%)

Total number of draws:76 (3.9%)

8. Bret Hart

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Hart won his first WWE Championship in a non-broadcast live occasion in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, driving Ric Flair to submit to the Sharpshooter. It started the first of five WWE Title rules for the man who intensely proclaimed, “I’m the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be.”

The success started an outstanding keep running for The Hit Man. He won King of the Ring in 1993, the Royal Rumble in 1994 and vanquished Yokozuna for the WWE Title at WrestleMania X. At the time, he likewise started a very much reported competition with Shawn Michaels, which would prompt one of the greatest matches in WrestleMania history — WrestleMania XII’s Iron Man Match just as the most scandalous crossroads in WWE history, The “Montreal Screwjob.


Statistics overview

Total number of matches:2860

Total number of wins:1840 (64.3%)

Total number of losses:718 (25.1%)

Total number of draws:302 (10.6%)

9. Randy Orton

Right on time after he touched base in WWE, Triple H and Ric Flair prepared him, inviting him into their first class group, Evolution. Under their tutelage, the 24-year-old Orton turned into the most youthful World Heavyweight Champion and he just popped up from that point. In addition to the fact that Orton cemented himself as a “Legend Killer” by dispatching WWE’s most brightened in-ring veterans, however, he likewise turned into the focal point of two additional groups, Legacy and The Authority, all on the way to bringing together the WWE and World Heavyweight Titles to turn into the first WWE World Heavyweight Champion ever.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:2213

Total number of wins:1181 (53.4%)

Total number of losses:967 (43.7%)

Total number of draws:65 (2.9%)

10. Rey Mysterio

He stands just 5-foot-6 and scarcely weighs 175 pounds, however the Mexican Superstar before long demonstrated that measure doesn’t make a difference when he beat the chances to win the Royal Rumble Match in 2006. From that point, Mysterio achieved the incomprehensible when he won the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 22, turning into the littlest Superstar ever to hold that title.

Statistics overview

Total number of matches:2010

Total number of wins:1377 (68.5%)

Total number of losses:571 (28.4%)

Total number of draws:62 (3.1%)

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