All of the best and biggest wrestlers in the world, at some stage during their career, will have worked for WWE.
Due to WWE’s longevity, and the fact they can pay good money, top talent from across the world have gone there throughout the years, and if we’re being honest, they’ll continue to do so.
Seriously, pretty much anyone who is anyone has worked for WWE at some stage, which means that their alumni list makes for some pretty impressive reading.
However, not all of the top talent to have been signed to WWE worked for the company at the same time, and that got us thinking…
This would never happen, for obvious reasons, but what would a dream wrestling card look like, featuring all current or former WWE talent wrestling in their primes?
Think about the options… and well… that’s just what we’ve done.
So, without further ado, let’s jump right into the dream wrestling card featuring either current or former WWE stars wrestling in their primes.
10. Andre The Giant v Big Show
When he first arrived in WCW, Paul Wight (Big Show) was brought in as The Giant, the storyline son of Andre The Giant.
The pair never crossed paths, but a match between the two would have been quite something to behold.
Wrestling may have evolved from the big man matches that worked in the 1980s, but back in the day, you could have legitimately sold out an arena with a Big Show v Andre The Giant match as the main event.
So, while this may not be the technical masterpiece that some readers will want to see on their card, wrestling needs some variety, and for two big men, they don’t get much better than Andre and Big Show.
9. Edge & Christian v New Day
Back in the day, no tag team was more entertaining than Edge and Christian.
And you know what, when it comes to current-day WWE, no tag team/faction is more entertaining than New Day.
The promos between these two teams building up to the match would be entertaining as anything, and make for some quality TV.
But don’t get it twisted, with four former World Champions involved (sorry Xavier Woods), the in-ring portion of the match would be crazy good too.
With Edge and Christian both returning from retirement to wrestle again, this match could very much still happen, so here’s hoping.
8. Triple H v Cody Rhodes
When Cody Rhodes was in talks for a WWE return, many fans stated that a match with Triple H was the first thing they wanted to see him do.
However, just before Cody’s return was made official, Triple H returned from wrestling, so it doesn’t look like the match is ever going to happen.
But we really wish it could have.
Cody has spoken about how Triple H was one of his favourites, but after leaving WWE in 2016, he took several shots at ‘The Game’, particularly during the early days of AEW.
A feud between the two would have been money, and now that Rhodes is one of WWE’s top stars, that’s become even more apparent.
7. Shawn Michaels v Eddie Guerrero
The only match on this list (sorry for the spoilers) where both men have actually retired from wrestling.
But seriously, tell us you wouldn’t want to see Shawn Michaels and Eddie Guerrero share the ring.
Both men were despicable heels during their prime, but also played the role of loveable babyfaces perfectly, so either dynamic would have worked.
The match was supposed to happen at one stage, according to reports, but never did, and that’s a real shame.
As two of the best to ever do it, the world needed to see an Eddie v Shawn match.
6. Becky Lynch v Trish Stratus
Speaking of two of the best to ever do it.
As two of the best female stars to ever work for WWE, a match between Becky Lynch and Trish Stratus needed to happen.
Women’s wrestling evolved a great deal once Trish left WWE, and she deserves to be on a PPV in a high-profile women’s singles match with another top female star.
And let’s be honest, there hasn’t ever been a bigger women’s star in WWE than Becky Lynch.
There’s not much to say other than this match would slap, and the best part is, Trish has returned before, so WWE could still do it.
5. The Undertaker v Sting
This one was a little bit of a no brainer.
It’s a travesty that Sting and The Undertaker never shared the ring together throughout their careers.
After Sting debuted in WWE in 2014, fans thought that we’d finally see the two greats wrestle, but just under a year later, he was seriously hurt and wouldn’t wrestle in WWE again.
The match didn’t end up happening, and to be honest, it really should have.
4. Roman Reigns v The Rock
If WWE gets its way, this match is going to happen in less than 12 months’ time.
The planned main event for WrestleMania 39, according to reports, is a showdown between Roman Reigns and his cousin, The Rock.
With Roman’s character being all about how he’s the provider for his family, and The Rock being from that same family and one of the most famous people on the planet, it makes all the sense in the world.
There’s not really much else to say here, and if all goes to plan, it’ll be a feud we see potentially even start before the end of the year.
3. Bret Hart v Daniel Bryan
As we covered earlier, Andre The Giant v Big Show may not be a technical masterpiece, but Bret Hart v Daniel Bryan sure would be.
As two of the best wrestlers to ever do it, Bryan v Hart has the potential to be one of the best pure in-ring matches that there’s ever been.
Two tremendous characters who are able to play the heel or face role perfectly, Hart and Bryan would have perfect chemistry, both inside the ring and out of it.
We thought about going with Kurt Angle instead of Bret Hart, as that match would have also been incredible, but we settled on Bret v DB, and to be honest, it feels right.
2. Stone Cold Steve Austin v Brock Lesnar
Badass v Badass, Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar should have shared the ring.
The match nearly happened on Raw too, back in 2002, but Stone Cold didn’t want to happen on a random show without any build, so he refused to take part.
With both men’s anti-establishment characters, and their history together which we’ve covered, Brock Lesnar v Stone Cold should likes one brilliant match for his dream show.
1. Hulk Hogan v John Cena
A dream match featuring wrestlers to have ever worked for WWE wouldn’t be right without Hulk Hogan sharing the ring with John Cena.
Two of the biggest stars to have ever stepped foot in WWE, this also may not be the best match from an in-ring perspective, but as a spectacle, you won’t find many better.