If you are above the age of 20, and grew up in America, chances are, that at some point in your life you watched Wrestling. No, not the real kind you practice at the gym, but the fake one where they make you believe that people are actually being hit with bats and crow bars. At some point during the early 90's this kind of wrestling became really popular.
It was the golden era of the sport, and every Monday night we all tuned in to see who was jumping from the WWF to WCW or what Degeneration X was going to pull off that night. It was something that you could watch with your dad or your little brother and everyone would find something they loved. With that being said, after much time and deliberation, here are the 100 Greatest Wrestlers of the 90s.
Why he's on the list: A 15 time world heavyweight champion, Sting is the only man to hold the WCW, TNA, and NWA titles. He was known as the franchise of WCW as he never wrestled in a WWF event.
Why he's on the list: The most recognizable name in professional wrestling, Hogan is not only the most popular wrestler of the 90s, but of all time. He held the WWF title for 1474 days and the WCW title for a record 469 days.
Stone Cold Steve Austin
Macho Man Randy Savage
Why he's on the list: Debuting in the WWF in 1996, The Rock quickly became a fan favorite with entertaining promos. His matches against Steve Austin for the WWF Championship are some of the greatest the company has ever produced.