The greatest WWE/WWF superstars of all time ranked

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Are you ready? Well it doesn’t matter if you’re ready or not.

The only thing that matters is finding out where the likes of The People’s Champion The Rock ranks in the top 10 greatest WWE/WWF wrestlers of all time.

Bleacher Report determined the rankings by looking at these four categories: Entrance Music: How did the fans react when their entrance music played? Finishing Move: What was it like seeing their finishing move and how amazing was it? On the mic: How engaging were they when cutting promos and selling story lines? In the Ring: What titles did they win and how good were they on pay-per-view matches?

Before we start, it is important to note that we are looking for the greatest WWE wrestlers of all time. The likes of Goldberg, Sting and DDP (Diamond Dallas Page) are all time greats of wrestling, but spent most of their careers in WCW.

10. Mick Foley

Entrance Music 3.7/10
Finishing Move 5.9/10
On the mic 9.5/10
In the ring 9.7/10

Total Score 28.8/40

We start the list with a man who wrestled under several wrestling alter egos.

Mick Foley may not have had the best entrance music, nor was he the most technical wrestler, but he was brilliant at producing a promo, particularly as one of his altar egos Cactus Jack.

He was also a wrestler who could put on a show and was particularly well known for his hardcore style. Foley won three WWF championships, eight WWF tag-team championships and a hardcore championship.

9. Rowdy Roddy Piper

Entrance Music 7.9/10
Finishing Move 4/10
On the mic 9.9/10
In the ring 8.1/10

Total 29.9/40

When you think of Rowdy Roddy Piper, the first thing that springs to mind is bagpipes and Scottish kilts. The irony was he was not actually from Scotland, he had Scottish heritage, but ultimately he was Canadian.

Piper was best known for his show Piper’s Pit. He was brilliant at talking trash and interviewing other big name wrestlers in the mid-1980s.

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8. “Macho Man” Randy Savage

Entrance Music 3.5/10
Finishing Move 8.5/10
On the mic 9.4/10
In the ring 9.6/10

Total 31/40

Savage only spent a decade of his 32-year career in the WWF, but won the World Heavyweight Championship twice, as well as the Intercontinental Championship once. He is the only member of the top 10 who used an aerial finisher, a flying elbow, to end a match.

7. John Cena

Entrance Music 8.5/10
Finishing Move 6.4/10
On the mic 10/10
In the ring 9.6/10

Total 34.5/40

Cena is a 16-time WWE Champion and is one of the most decorated superstars of all time. He is best known for his “you can’t see me” catchphrase, and he helped usher in a new generation of wrestling fans.

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6. The Undertaker

Entrance Music 9.6/10
Finishing Move 9.2/10
On the mic 6.2/10
In the ring 9.8/10

Total 34.8/40

The Undertaker’s entrance music is one of the best experiences, when the gong starts chiming, it is impossible not to get goosebumps.

The Deadman is the King of WrestleMania, putting together a 21 consecutive winning streak at The Grandest Stage Of Them All. Most impressive, however, is his longevity, having been with the WWF/WWE since 1990.

5. Ric Flair

Entrance Music 9.6/10
Finishing Move 9.5/10
On the mic 10/10
In the ring 6.5/10

Total 35.6/40

The “Nature Boy” is undoubtedly a WWE legend. No one was better at bragging about his own riches and greatness.

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A multiple World Champion, he was also a key part of one of the most dominate factions in WWE history “Evolution”.

4. Hulk Hogan

Entrance Music 10/10
Finishing Move 6.6/10
On the Mic 9.5/10
In the Ring 10/10

Total 36.1/40

One of the most iconic wrestlers of the 1980s, Hollywood Hulk Hogan was certainly up there in regards to promos, particularly when he started calling everyone “brothers” and talking about his Hulkamaniacs.

He was the dude every kid wanted to be when he or she grew up.

3. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

Entrance Music 8.9/10
Finishing Move 9.7/10
On the mic 10/10
In the ring 9.8/10

Total 38.4/40

The Rock was a great wrestler and terrific on the microphone. Nobody could sell the impact of the Stone Cold Stunner quite like Dwayne Johnson.

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The Great One won eight WWE titles in all along with five tag team belts and a pair of intercontinental titles.

2. Shawn Michaels

Entrance Music 10.1/10
Finishing Move 9.2/10
On the mic 9.6/10
In the ring 9.9/10

Total 38.9/40

Michaels, otherwise known as the “Heart Break Kid” and “Mr WrestleMania”, was one of the best wrestlers in WWE history.

He had some compelling feuds with the likes of Bret Hart, Kurt Angle and The Undertaker. He was a four-time heavyweight champion, and won the tag-team titles six times with four different partners.

1. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin

Entrance Music 10/10
Finishing Move 10/10
On the mic 10/10
In the ring 9.7/10

Total 39.7/40

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The “Texas Rattlesnake” tops the wrestling list. The Stone Cold Stunner is regarded as the greatest finisher in WWE history.

His career-long feud with WWE owner Vince McMahon resulted in a number of specular speeches and promos.

“Austin 3:16 says I just whooped your ass” might be the most iconic mic drop in wrestling history.

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