Best 5 wrestling all-time stars? WWE star Hulk Hogan the greatest wrestler of all time. None of the wrestlers in history would have made the impact he did. And for that reason, along with many others, he is the greatest of all time. Many may argue my list, but I think it’s a fair estimation. Obviously, fans of the newer generation may be asking where their stars are. But, one must memorize that many of the newer generations are still carving their paths, collecting their accolades, and perfecting their craft. One day, they too may describe the greatest of all time.
Abadon is a mysterious newcomer to the AEW women’s roster with a uniquely horrifying appeal. Debuting on AEW Dynamite in June 2020, she quickly defeated Anny Jay in a squash match. “Abbadon” is the Hebrew word for “bottomless pit” and some theorize that might be the inspiration behind her name. She hails from Rocky Mountain Pro Wrestling, where she is known as the “Living Dead Girl” and her weight is billed as ‘1000 lost souls’. Fans of horror wrestling have a lot to look forward to as this nightmarish woman finds her place within the AEW roster.
The three basic types of wrestling contest are the belt-and-jacket, catch-hold, and loose styles, all of which appear to have originated in antiquity. Belt-and-jacket styles of wrestling are those in which the clothing of the wrestlers provides the principal means of taking a grip on the opponent. In many cases this is no more than a special belt worn by both wrestlers, while in others a special belted jacket and special trousers are worn. Catch-hold styles require the contestants to take a prescribed hold before the contest begins; often this grip must be maintained throughout the struggle. Loose styles of wrestling, which are used in modern international competition, commence with the wrestlers separated and free to seize any grip that they choose except such as are explicitly forbidden (e.g., taking hold of an opponent’s clothing or using a life-threatening grip, such as a stranglehold).
It’s tough to keep winning streaks alive in today’s WWE. Except for Asuka’s incredible 914-day undefeated streak and Undertaker’s legendary streak at WrestleMania, there haven’t been too many impressive undefeated streaks to talk about in WWE, recently. Therefore, it’s impressive that Adam Cole did not take a pin in WWE for over a year. Before Keith Lee ended his run as NXT Champion, Adam Cole hadn’t lost a singles match via pinfall since winning the title at NXT Takeover XXV. Cole only suffered two DQ losses in his run as champion. Similar to Cole’s run, Becky Lynch, who wrestled her last match at WrestleMania 36, hadn’t had a loss via pinfall since losing to Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at Money In The Bank in May, 2019. After losing to Flair, Lynch only suffered one loss in singles matches (via disqualification). The DQ loss came against Sasha Banks at Clash of Champions 2019. Discover extra details at WWE Stars news.
Somewhat surprisingly the Texas Rattlesnake has been crowned the winner despite the fact that he retired just three years into the decade. The Hall of Famer also spent the bulk of time before that struggling with injuries and creative storylines. Yet it is no doubt that Austin remains the biggest draw in WWE history with his run in the 90s Attitude Era against Vince McMahon rightfully retaining its place as the companies best angle of all time.