It’s safe to say that wrestling is not the only thing the internet did not undermine this year. Thanks to technology, fans have more options than before. You may watch a variety of programs ranging from “Jim Crockett Promotions” to “CMLL.” Various wrestlers have stood out in 2017, which is a year of fantastic in-ring action. Here we have an exciting list of top five wrestlers of all time.


The list of best and most Famous Wrestlers cannot be completed without mentioning Moose. The Atlanta Falcons selected him in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft.

As a rookie, he played eleven games and gave tough competition to other wrestlers. Moose began his professional wrestling training in 2012 at WWA4 and attended a variety of WWE training camps. In December 2014, Moose, accompanied by Stokely Hathaway and Prince Nana, defeated R. D. Evans.

Yuji Nagata

In September 1998, Yuji Nagata fought Scott Norton for the vacant title in Yokohama. He was reportedly challenged for the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship at the Wrestling Kingdom, and fought Minoru Suzuki. Yuji Nagata held the record for most successful title defenses with ten until Hiroshi Tanahashi broke the record at Wrestle Kingdom VI.

Joe Hendry

Joe Hendry was trained to become a professional wrestler with Mikey Whiplash, Damian O'Connor, Robbie Brookside, Marty Jones, and others.

All of them attended the Source Wrestling School for almost six months. Joe began his ICW career as part of manager James R Kennedy's stable the Kennedy Administration and entered a rivalry with Big Damo before feuding with Kenny Williams. He is one of the most remarkable and best wrestlers of all time. Prior to becoming a wrestler, Henry served Sony Music as a musician.

He holds a Master's degree in business administration.

Masahiro Chono

Masahiro Chono mainly wrestled for New Japan Pro Wrestling. He also made an appearance for World Championship Wrestling, as a member of the New World Order. Masahiro defeated Shinya Hashimoto to win the Young Lions Cup and made the headlines in 1987. In 2004, he became the leader of Black New Japan, which was the best and most famous heel stable at that time.

In December 1991, Masahiro married to Martina Carlsbad, whom he met in Germany.

Manabu Nakanishi

Manabu Nakanishi debuted for New Japan Pro-Wrestling in 1992. His in-ring style was basic at that time. After winning the Young Lions Cup in 1995, Manabu went on an excursion to North America and joined World Championship Wrestling. Earlier this year, he defeated Los Ingobernables de Japon, alongside Ryusuke Taguchi and Hiroshi Tanahashi.