20. Macho Man Randy Savage
Savage is often described as 'one of the greatest pro wrestlers who ever lived' and his posthumous Hall of Fame induction in 2015 proves that. Rest in peace, Randy.
19. Andre the Giant
The Eighth Wonder of the World should be much higher than 19th, surely?
18. Kurt Angle
Oh, it's true, it's damn true! Angle is one of the greatest in WWE history. No arguments here.
Now, there's no denying Goldberg is deserving of a place on the list. Part of us just wishes he'd called it a day long before winning the Universal Championship, though...
16. Roddy Piper
The greatest heel ever? Quite possibly. 'Rowdy' was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2005 and that night, Flair called him 'the most gifted entertainer in the history of professional wrestling.'
15. The Ultimate Warrior
The Ultimate Warrior was WWE's ultimate Superstar. Universally adored by wrestling fans, it's a surprise he's not higher on the list.
What a star. What a career. Edge came back better than ever after a nine-year layoff in January. It's just a shame another injury will keep him out of action for the time being. We need you back, Edge!
13. Bret Hart
One of, if not the greatest, to have ever graced the squared circle. Hart had it all. He was great in the ring and great on the mic. A true WWE icon - even Shawn Michaels would have to admit that!
12. Chris Jericho
Three Canadian stars in a row! Jericho edges out his two brothers to take 12th spot. He's a future Hall of Famer for sure, winning it all in WWE before moving to AEW.
11. Mick Foley
Another WWE legend adored by fans. One of the most hardcore dudes ever to step foot inside the ring. Foley won titles and he's a Hall of Famer, yes.
But perhaps he's most famous for falling through the cell in 1998. What a moment.
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