Art Vandelay's Pro Wrestling Ground Wrestling's Mount Rushmore?

7 days ago
6/9/16
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Four most deserving?

 

 

7 days ago
6/9/16
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Flair

Hogan

Cena

Austin

 

I'd leave Rock off only because he packed up for Hollywood too soon. 

 

 

7 days ago
10/8/07
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Hogan has to be up there. Can make a case that he's the most important figure in wrestling history.

7 days ago
6/9/16
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The Destroyer88 -

Hogan has to be up there. Can make a case that he's the most important figure in wrestling history.

 

And your other three?

7 days ago
10/8/07
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Taco Muncher -
The Destroyer88 -

Hogan has to be up there. Can make a case that he's the most important figure in wrestling history.

 

And your other three?

Hogan

Austin

Flair

And while he didn't have as big of an impact as the others, my fourth would be HBK.

7 days ago
10/8/13
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Hogan

Flair

Undertaker

Austin

7 days ago
9/24/18
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Austin

Hogan

Rock

Taker

 

.. It's really hard to pick that fourth one. It could be Flair, Andre, Bruno, Cena. They all deserve it in their own way. I just think Taker has been a constant for almost 30 years now which is remarkable. 

7 days ago
6/22/12
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Flair

Austin

Hogan

Savage

7 days ago
1/1/01
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Sammartino

Hogan

Flair

Either Austin or Cena

(I tried to go with arguably the most important / influential wrestlers of their time period / generation, and just ran out of spots...though I guess you could say Hogan & Flair overlap.)
7 days ago
1/8/04
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Hogan

Bruno

Austin

Rock
7 days ago
1/8/04
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BTW, OP's Twitter link is a racist faggot. Not including Hogan in a Wrestling Mt. Rushmore...
7 days ago
1/1/01
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Hogan Flair Austin Rock

My personal Rushmore:

Flair, Hogan, Bret, Lance Storm

7 days ago
2/23/14
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Jericho Guerrero Flair RVD

7 days ago
2/24/19
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Flair, Austin, Thesz, McMahon

7 days ago
2/24/19
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tj tapper -

Hogan Flair Austin Rock

My personal Rushmore:

Flair, Hogan, Bret, Lance Storm

“Can I be serious here for just a minute?”

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6/9/16
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GeorgesRiddumRushedmyBumhole -

Jericho Guerrero Flair RVD

 

Jericho just made the list! 

7 days ago
12/28/12
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5 days ago
7/13/09
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LOL at the bitchmade millennial lists on here. Yeah don’t put someone like Gorgeous George or Lou Thesz on there that would actually require critical thinking skills. Let’s go Taker or floppy flop gay Jesus Sean Michaels derp...

5 days ago
1/18/03
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Flair, Hogan, Sammartino, Austin.

5 days ago
6/22/07
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Couple-three old timey guys who deserve consideration:


Jim Londos - just google him. I ain't got time to go into it!


Ray Stevens - the 1st to do a lot of the modern bumps and spots.


Johnny Valentine - heat and stiffness personified.
5 days ago
10/20/07
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5 days ago
1/18/03
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Disagree with the Rock on this.  I'm not going to put the thought into this but while Andre and Taker are probably in the top 10 (if not top 20) IMO they are not above the 4 he mentioned before.  I know it's subjective.

5 days ago
11/11/11
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Roy Batty - Couple-three old timey guys who deserve consideration:


Jim Londos - just google him. I ain't got time to go into it!


Ray Stevens - the 1st to do a lot of the modern bumps and spots.


Johnny Valentine - heat and stiffness personified.

Yeah wrestling existed before wwf. One of the four needs to be someone old school like londos or gorgeous George

4 days ago
1/18/03
Posts: 3166
TheBearStare -
Roy Batty - Couple-three old timey guys who deserve consideration:


Jim Londos - just google him. I ain't got time to go into it!


Ray Stevens - the 1st to do a lot of the modern bumps and spots.


Johnny Valentine - heat and stiffness personified.

Yeah wrestling existed before wwf. One of the four needs to be someone old school like londos or gorgeous George

Between Bruno Sammartino and Gorgious George the arguement can be made that Sammartino was the more popular / had the bigger impact (I believe he sold out Madison Square Garden the most).

 

Ric Flair is arguably the greatest wrestler of all time.  I think Bret Hart said something along the lines of charisma/look/ability.  Ric Flair had all three in spades.

 

Hogan led the rebirth that caused wrestling's explosion into the world wide mainstream.  Had tons of charisma and had the look.  His matches weren't the best.

 

Austin led the attitude era and was the biggest money maker of all of them (this is what I understand).  He also had the trifecta according to Hart's way of looking at wrestlers.  His matches were great prior to his neck injury.

4 days ago
11/11/11
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^I can agree with your choices.