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Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #41 - Nick Bockwinkel

What could a man who was 46 at the beginning of this countdown's era bring to the table? Plenty. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #42 - Rob Van Dam

Mr. Money in the Bank. Mr. Monday Night. The Whole F’n Show. Mr. Pay-Per-View. All of these names could only apply to one man – Rob Van Dam. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #43 - Bobby Eaton

Very few men define the term “tag team specialist” like Bobby Eaton. However, there is much more to his career than simply the Midnight Express. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #44 - AJ Styles

His nickname, well earned, is “Phenomenal” - an adjective that is the only fitting to describe his incredible athleticism and skill inside the wrestling ring. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #45 – Owen Hart

Owen Hart grew up into wrestling royalty. He was the youngest of twelve children, all of whom ended up having some sort of ties to the wrestling business. Despite being the youngest, Owen Hart may very well have been the best in-ring athlete of the entire bunch, and that’s no knock on his brother Bret. 45. OWEN HART

Aliases Owen James; The Blue Blazer; The Rocket; The King of Harts
Hometown Calgary, Alberta Canada
Debut May 30, 1986
Titles Held IWGP Junior Heavyweight; Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight; Stampede North American Heavyweight (2x); Stampede International Tag Team (with Ben Bassarab); USWA Unified World; WWF European; WWF Tag Team (4x - 2x with Yokozuna, 1 with British Bulldog, 1 with Jeff Jarrett; WWF Intercontinental (2x)
Other Accomplishments Winner of PWI Rookie of the Year Award in 1987; Back-to-Back Winner of Wrestling Observer Best Flying Awards in 1987 & 1988; Winner of PWI Feud of the Year Award in 1994 (vs. Bret Hart); Winner of Wrestling Observer Feud of the Year Award in 1997 (Hart Foundation vs. Steve Austin); Recipient of PWI Editor's Award in 1999; Ranked as #66 of the 500 Best Singles Wrestlers During the PWI Years; Ranked as #84 of the 100 Best Tag Teams of the PWI Years (with Davey Boy Smith); Member of Stampede Wrestling Hall of Fame

He was the crown prince of Calgary.

Owen Hart grew up into wrestling royalty. He was the youngest of twelve children, all of whom ended up having some sort of ties to the wrestling business. Despite being the youngest, Owen Hart may very well have been the best in-ring athlete of the entire bunch, and that’s no knock on his brother Bret.

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Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #46 - Bam Bam Bigelow

It’s become more than a cliché in wrestling that if a super heavyweight can so much as leave his feet for more than a second, the announcers will rail about how “he can really move for a big man.” Sometimes it’s earned, but more often than not the hype just amounts to Big Daddy V dropping an elbow. However, when it came to Bam Bam Bigelow, the “Beast from the East” more than lived up to the hype. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #47 - The Great Muta

When I saw that The Great Muta was going to be in the top 100 I knew I had to cover him simply because I'm the biggest Muta Mark you can find. Ever since I first saw Keiji Mutoh in the guise of the scary and evil Great Muta I knew I'd seen one of the coolest wrestlers I would ever see. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #48 - Bryan Danielson

Number 48 on our Best Wrestlers of the Modern Era is a man who will almost certainly end up ranking far more favorably in a few years than he does now, and he’s already at the top half of the list. This man, the Best Wrestler in the World today, is a two time winner of Pulse Wrestling’s Male Wrestler of the Year award as well as a former ROH and PWG Champion. Bryan Danielson has gone from a backyard wrestler to an international star and one of the few draws on the indies. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #49 – Superfly Jimmy Snuka

When you see Rob Van Dam hit a “five star” frog splash or see Austin Aries hit a 450 splash, think of “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #50 - Rick Martel

He is a former AWA World Heavyweight champion. He is a former WCW Television champion. And yes, he is a model. »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #51 - Brian Pillman

51. BRIAN PILLMAN Real Name - Brian Pillman Aliases - Flyin' Brian; Yellow Dog; The Loose Cannon; The Rogue Horseman Hometown - Cincinnati, Ohio Debuted - 1986 Titles Held - Stampede International Tag Team (2x, with Bruce Hart) ; NWA United St »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #52 - Big Van Vader

52.BIG VAN VADER Real Name - Leon White Hometown – Lynwood, California Debuted – January, 1985 Titles Held – WCW World Heavyweight; IWGP World Heavyweight; AJPW Triple Crown; WCW United Sta »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #53 - Ricky Morton

53. RICKY MORTON Hometown - Nashville, Tennessee Debuted - 1978 Titles Held - NWA World Tag Team; WCW Six Man Tag Team; USWA Tag Team Other Accomplishments - Rock N Roll Express voted #4 in PWI's 100 best tag teams list in 2003; has trained you »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #54 - Paul Wight

54. PAUL WIGHT Aliases – The Big Show, The Giant Hometown – Tampa, Florida Debuted – 1995 Titles Held – WCW World, WWF/E World, WCW Tag Team, WWF Tag Team, WWE United States, E »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #55 - Michael Hayes

55. MICHAEL "PS" HAYES Real Name - Michael Seitz Aliases - Dok Hendrix Hometown - Marietta, Georgia Debuted - 1977 Retired - 2001 Titles Held - NWA World Tag Team (with Jimmy Garvin); WCCW Six Man Tag Team (five with Terry Gordy and Buddy Rob »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #56 - Scott Hall

56. SCOTT HALL Aliases - The Bad Guy; The Lone Wolf; Last Call; Starship Coyote; The Diamond Studd; Razor Ramon Hometown - Chuluota, Florida Debuted - October 1984 Titles Held - AWA World Tag Team (1); USWA Unified World Heavyweight (1); WWC Ca »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #57 - John Cena

57. JOHN CENA Aliases - The Prototype Hometown - West Newbury, MA Debuted - 16th February 2000 Titles Held - OVW Heavyweight (1) OVW Southern Tag (1); UPW Heavyweight (1); WWE Heavyweight (3); WWE Tag Team (1); WWE United States (3) Other Acco »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #58 - Dick Murdoch

58. DICK MURDOCH Aliases - Captain Redneck Hometown - Waxahachie, Texas Debuted - 1965 Titles Held - WWF World Tag Team; WWC Universal Heavyweight; NWA World Tag Team Other Accomplishments - son of wrestler Frank Murdoch; cousin of wrestler »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #59 - Terry Gordy

59. Terry Gordy Real Name - Terry Gordy Aliases - Terry Mecca; The Executioner Hometown - Chattanooga, TN Debuted - 1977 Titles Held - AJPW Triple Crown (2x); AJPW Unified World Tag Team (7x, 2 with Stan Hansen, 5 with Steve Williams); NWA Ge »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #60- Magnum T.A.

60. MAGNUM TA Real Name - Terry Allen Aliases - Jesse James Hometown - Chesapeake, Virginia Debuted - 1977 Retired - 1986 Titles Held - NWA United States; Mid-South North American Other Accomplishments - car crash on 14th October 1986 force »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #61 - Christian Cage

61. CHRISTIAN CAGE Real Name - William Jason Reso Aliases - Captain Charisma Hometown - Kitchener, Ontario, Canada Debuted - June 1993 Titles Held - NWA World Heavyweight; WWE Intercontinental; WWE World Tag Team Other Accomplishments - att »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #62 - Chris Adams

62. CHRIS ADAMS Hometown - Rugby, England Debuted - June 1978 Titles Held - WCCW American Heavyweight x3; WCCW Television x3; WCCW Six Man Tag Team (with Jake Roberts and Gino Hernandez); WCCW American Tag Team (with Gino Hernandez) x2; WWF Ligh »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #63 - Jushin Thunder Liger

63. JUSHIN "THUNDER" LIGER Real Name - Keiichi Yamada Aliases - Flying Fuji Yamada; Jyushin Liger; Jushin Kishin Liger Hometown - Hiroshima, Japan Debuted - March 3, 1984 Titles Held - Britain World Heavy-Middleweight (2x) ; New Japan IWGP Ju »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #64 - Barry Windham

64. BARRY WINDHAM Aliases - The Stalker; The Widow Maker; Blackjack Windham; Blackjack Mulligan Jr. Hometown - Sweetwater, Texas Debut - 1981 Titles Held - NWA Heavyweight; WCW Television; NWA Tag Team; NWA United States Tag Team; TCW Heavyweig »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #65 - Christopher Daniels

65. CHRISTOPHER DANIELS Real Name - Daniel Covell Aliases - Curry Man; Fallen Angel Hometown - Fayetteville, North Carolina Debuted - April 1993 Titles Held - NWA World Tag Team; TNA X Division; ROH World Tag Team Other Accomplishments - onl »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #66 - Tazz

66. TAZZ Real Name - Peter Senerchia Aliases - Taz Hometown - Red Hook, Brooklyn Debuted - 1987 Retired - 2002 Titles Held - ECW Championship; WWE World Tag Team Other Accomplishments - black belt in judo; does colour commentary and hosting »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #67 - Scott Steiner

67. SCOTT STEINER Real Name - Scott Rechsteiner Hometown - Bay City, Michigan Debuted - 1986 Titles Held - WCW World Heavyweight; WCW United States; WCW World Tag Team; WWE World Tag Team Other Accomplishments - three-time NCAA Big Ten Confere »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #68 - Jeff Jarrett

68. JEFF JARRETT Real Name - Jeff Jarrett Hometown - Nashville, Tennessee Born - April 14, 1967 Debuted - 15th October 1993 Titles Held - CWA International Tag Team 2x (1 with Pat Tanaka, 1 with Paul Diamond); AWA Southern Tag Team 4x (3 with »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #69 - Jeff Hardy

69. JEFF HARDY Aliases - The Rainbow-Haired Warrior; The Charismatic Enigma; Willow the Whisp; unnamed Jinx Brother; unspecified Conquistador Hometown - Cameron, North Carolina Debuted - 15th October 1993 Titles Held - WCW World Tag Team (1); W »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #70 - Bad News Allen

70. BAD NEWS ALLEN Real Name - Allen Coage Aliases – Bad News Brown Hometown – Calgary, Canada Debut – 23rd October 1977 Titles Held – NWA Florida Heavyweight; Stampede Wrest »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #71 - William Regal

71. WILLIAM REGAL Real Name - Darren Matthews Aliases - Steve Regal; Real Man's Man Debuted - 1983 Titles Held - WWE Intercontinental; WWE World Tag Team; WCW Television Other Accomplishments - autobiography, "Walking a Golden Mile", earned wi »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #72 - Kane

72. KANE Real Name - Glen Jacobs Aliases - The Big Red Machine; The Big Red Monster; The Demon Red; The Christmas Creature; Unabomb; Isaac Yankem DDS; Diesel II Hometown - parts unknown (kayfabe); currently resides in Knoxville, TN Debuted - 18 »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #73 - Sgt. Slaughter

73. SGT SLAUGHTER Real Name - Robert Remus Aliases - Super Destroyer Mark III Debuted - 1972 Titles Held - WWE Championship; NWA United States; NWA Tag Team; NWA Canadian Heavyweight; AWA America's Other Accomplishments - WWE Hall of Fame indu »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #74 - Goldberg

74. GOLDBERG Real Name - Bill Goldberg Aliases - Bill Gold Hometown - Tulsa, Oklahoma Born - December 27, 1966 Titles Held - WCW United States (2 times); WCW World Heavyweight; WCW World Tag Team (with Bret Hart); WWE World Heavyweight Other »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #75 - Nikita Koloff

75. NIKITA KOLOFF Aliases - Russian Road Warrior Debuted - 1984 Titles Held - NWA National Heavyweight; NWA United States Other Accomplishments - won Jim Crockett Sr Memorial Cup in 1987 with Dusty Rhodes; wrote Christian living and positive th »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #76 - Davey Boy Smith

76. DAVEY BOY SMITH Aliases - British Bulldog Debuted - 1978 Titles Held - WWE Intercontinental; WWE European; WWE World Tag Team; Stampede North American Heavyweight Other Accomplishments - in the Stampede Wrestling Hall of Fame; headlined s »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Age: #77 - Dave Finlay

77. DAVE FINLAY Aliases - Fit Finlay; Belfast Bruiser; Finlay; "Fit" Finley Debuted - October 1978 Titles Held - WWE United States; WCW Television Other Accomplishments - WCW Hardcore Junkyard Invitational Trophy winner; awarded LL Cool J Awar »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #78 - Lex Luger

78. LEX LUGER Real Name - Lawrence Wendell Pfhol Aliases - The Narcissist; The Total Package Debuted - September 1985 Titles Held - WCW World Heavyweight; WCW United States; WCW World Tag Team; WCW Television Other Accomplishments - co-winner »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #79 - Matt Hardy

79. MATT HARDY Aliases - Version 1.0; Angelic Diablo; High Voltage; Surge; Wildo Jinx Debuted - 15th October 1993 Titles Held - WWE World Tag Team; WCW World Tag Team; WWE European; WWE Cruiserweight; WWE Hardcore; NWA 2000 Tag Team; OMEGA Heavy »»

Pulse Wrestling's Top 100 Wrestlers of the Modern Era: #80 - Stan Lane

80. STAN LANE Aliases - Sweet Stan Lane; Stan Flair Debuted - 1974 Titles Held - NWA United States Tag Team; USWA Tag Team; AWA Southern Tag Team Other Accomplishments - entered semi-retirement in 1993; did announcing work for the WWF in 1994 »»

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