Who is the greatest wrestler in history

These are the 25 greatest wrestlers of all time!

If you're over 20 and male, chances are you enjoyed wrestling in the 90s too. DSF was the station of the hour, and what could be cooler than watching the "Undertaker" and Co. fight against each other? Of course they took the show at face value back then - knowing that it was choreographed makes it even better now somehow! Here comes our list of the 25 best wrestlers of the 90s.

# 25 Yokozuna

Why he's on the list: The Samoan superstar won the Royal Rumble in 1993 and then beat Bret Hart and Hulk Hogan.

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# 24 Rey Mysterio

Why he's on the list: With his acrobatic moves he paved the way to cruiserweight wrestling.

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# 23 Triple H

Why he's on the list: He won the WWE Championship a sensational 13 times!

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# 22 Rick Rude

Why he's on the list: The self-proclaimed "Sexiest Man Alive" simply gave the best interviews - and was also a four-time World Heavyweight Champion.

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# 21 Mr. Perfect

Why he's on the list: He was a member of the Four Horsemen and the nWo as well as the wrestler who held his title longest in the 90s.

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# 20 Ted Dibiase

Why he's on the list: Quite a few refer to the million dollar man as the best wrestling villain of all time!

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# 19 Ricky Steamboat

Why he's on the list: Nobody worked harder! His match against the macho man Randy Savage at Wrestlemania III is still considered one of the best of all time.

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# 18 Roddy Piper

Why he's on the list: One of the most colorful dogs in wrestling with countless TV appearances away from the ring. Some of the most beautiful feuds started with his interviews.

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# 17 The Road Warriors

Why he's on the list: Some see them as the greatest tag team of all time. In 2011 they were inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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# 3 Nasty Boys

Why they're on the list: Despite perhaps the worst “entry music” of all time, the “Nasty Boys” were incredibly successful, winning both the WWE and WCW tag team titles.

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# 16 Cactus Jack

Why he's on the list: Hardly any other wrestler has had his body dented and bent like this, his Hell in the Cell match against the Undertake is a must for every hardcore wrestling fan.

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# 15 Vader

Why he's on the list: He was perhaps the most agile heavyweight in wrestling; his supermove: the "Moonsault".

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# 14 Kevin Nash

Why he's on the list: After his already impressive Royal Rumble debut, "Diesel" won against Bob Backlund in less than eight seconds!

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# 13 Goldberg

Why he's on the list: He remained the only undefeated champion wrestling in the history of the sport.

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# 12 The Undertaker

Why he's on the list: Not only is he one of the coolest characters, but he also holds the impressive record of 20 to 0 wins at Wrestlemania.

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# 11 Andre the Giant

Why he's on the list: Although he was only active for a short time, his legendary matches made him an absolute fan favorite.

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# 10 The Ultimate Warrior

Why he's on the list: One of the most popular wrestling characters ever - he even managed to defeat Hulk Hogan in the Word Championships.

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# 9 Papa Shango / Kama

Why he's on the list: Before Papa Shango became Kama, he tormented the Ultimate Warrior with black magic. He also dripped black ink from Mean Gene's jacket sleeve while Gene cried in one of the funniest moments in wrestling history.

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# 8 Sting

Why he's on the list: The 15-time heavyweight champion is the only wrestler to hold titles from WCW, TNA and NWA.

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# 7 Shawn Michaels

Why he's on the list: Shawn Michaels was considered one of the best technicians in the ring and consequently won the “Match of the Year” award eleven times.

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# 6 The Rock

Why he's on the list: When he made his debut at WWF in 1996, The Rock quickly became a fan favorite. His matches against Steve Austin for the WWF Championship are among the greatest that the WWF has ever seen. But now he's in good hands in the film industry.

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# 5 Ric flair

Why he's on the list: What did he fail to do? He was the first to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice, and he was the first WCW Heavyweight Champion.

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# 4 Macho Man Randy Savage

Why he's on the list: A charismatic who manages to win the 60-man match "World War 3" has probably earned one of the top places.

# 3 Stone Cold Steve Austin

Why he's on the list: He practically single-handedly ushered in the glorious 90s era of the WWF. Austin won three Royal Rumbles and 25 Championships.

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# 2 Bret Hart

Why he's on the list: Hart has won an incredible 32 championship titles over a period of five decades. His career peaked in the 1990s when he was champion for 654 days.

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# 1 Hulk Hogan

Why he's on the list: Hogan's not just the most popular and well-known wrestler of the 90s, but of all time. He held the WWF title for 1,474 days and the WCW title for 469 days - that's an all-time record.

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Which wrestlers should still be on the list? Let us know in the comments!