Throughout wrestling history, there have been superstars that have completely transformed the way which the industry is looked at by fans and the way it is booked by promoters.
Whether it be the likes of Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, or The Ultimate Warrior. Ric Flair, The Rock, or Stone Cold Steve Austin. Triple H, Shawn Michaels, or Bret Hart. The Undertaker, John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns, WWE history is filled with greats that have revolutionized the business.
So when it comes to creating a wrestling Mount Rushmore, it's not surprising to find that some fans find it difficult to pick just four superstars as the greatest of all-time and who completely changed the way we look at the business.
Ric Flair has stepped up to the challenge of picking his own version of a wrestling Mount Rushmore, which has caused quite a debate amongst wrestling fans. The Nature Boy revealed his selections on his own Twitter account with a uniquely edited photo.
Obviously, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer was always going to pick himself for the honor. That's no surprise. However, his other three selections were one of his former rivals in Hulk Hogan, and two of the biggest stars of the Attitude Era in Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock.
It's hard to argue against the case of any of these superstars being featured, but as always, there are some fans that believe other wrestlers should be on the wrestling Mount Rushmore instead.
Some fans believe The Undertaker should be up there, while others backed Macho Man Randy Savage to have a spot. Others argued for Shawn Michaels, Andre the Giant, Sting, The Ultimate Warrior, Chris Jericho, Bret Hart, and Bruno Sammartino.
It's always going to be tough to decide on just four wrestlers for the wrestling Mount Rushmore, and with more superstars making a name for themselves each year and transforming the business, it becomes an even tougher decision to make.
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