Scott Patterson hijo

Directed by Terry Ingram. With Scott Patterson, Polly Shannon, Emilie Ullerup, Andrew Dunbar. In Greeley County, Colorado, the former Sheriff Ben Sloane is an efficient tracker that lives in an isolated cabin in the middle of the woods. After rescuing a young woman that has been abducted, Ben meets Sheriff Darryl Carter tells to him that his estranged son Nick is the prime suspect of killing ... Scott Patterson - Últimas películas: Batman: Gotham a luz de gas (2018) - Con Man (2018) - The Sons of Summer (2017) - The Rogue (2016) Scott Lee Peterson (nacido el 24 de octubre de 1972 en San Diego, California) es un antiguo representante de fertilizante, declarado culpable del asesinato de su esposa, Laci Peterson, y de su hijo nonato.Este caso predominó los medios estadounidenses durante varias semanas. Entradas sobre Scott Patterson escritas por muchasseries. Con solo 16 años, Lorelai Gilmore abandonó la opulenta y opresiva casa familiar para buscar su propio camino en la vida, dar a luz y criar por su cuenta a su hija. Scott Gordon Patterson nació en el año 1958 en Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Estados Unidos. Hijo de Hope y Frank Patterson, sus padres se divorciaron en 1974. Patterson se crió en Haddonfield, New Jersey, y asistió a la Rutgers University, donde estudió Periodismo mientras se dedicaba al baseball.Se desempeñó como pitcher en los equipos de los New York Yankees, los Atlanta Braves, Los ... Scott Patterson Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA . Todas las películas y series de Scott Patterson.Filmografía completa de Scott Patterson ordenada por año. Home Scott Patterson Retherford vio nacer a su hijo por internet para ayudar al Lara Retherford vio nacer a su hijo por internet para ayudar al Lara By Ignacio Serrano 1/23/2013 12:01:00 a.m.

THE LOST WRESTLING OBSERVER REWIND ★ May 25, 1992

2018.09.01 20:46 daprice82 THE LOST WRESTLING OBSERVER REWIND ★ May 25, 1992

Happy ALL IN Day, everybody!
So way back in 2016, when I was still posting the 1992 issues of the Rewind, keen observers (heh) may have noticed that the May 25, 1992 issue was skipped. Turns out that one wasn't available in the archives at the time for whatever reason. But in the meantime they have apparently noticed their mistake. More importantly, SaintRidley noticed that they fixed it and passed the word on to me. Much appreciated, man! So hey...while we're in between years, let's go back in time for a moment. The 2000 issues will resume in a couple of weeks.
Okay, into the time machine! I have no idea if today is a good or terrible day to post this since there's so much stuff going on, but let's find out! [9/5/18 EDIT: So this post did 11k views less than the previous Rewind post. I think we've learned that Saturday afternoon on the day of a major show is probably not the optimal posting time haha]
  • WCW's Wrestle War PPV is in the books and for awhile, it was looking like it was going to be an awful show. In fact, out of the 9 matches, the first 6 were absolute snoozers. But then the last 3 matches, including an all-time classic main event, saved the show. But no one is talking about the show right now because everyone is still trying to figure out what the future holds for the company now that Bill Watts is in charge, as announced last week. The belief is that Watts will start with the company on Jun. 1st with a clean slate and everyone in the company, wrestlers and office alike, are going to have to prove their worth. Knowing Watts, Dave predicts more discipline expected of the wrestlers, more pressure to have good house show matches, more of an emphasis on being on time and not missing shows, and most certainly more swerves, more hardcore angles, and probably some blood. Obviously, Bill Watts has a better understanding of wrestling than Jim Herd or Kip Frey so this all could be a positive. It's hard to get worse for WCW right now. TV ratings his an all-time low last weekend. PPV buyrates are plummeting at an alarming rate, and house show business is scary bad right now. But the business has changed a lot since Bill Watts last ran a promotion and Dave worries that the industry may have passed Watts by. He's not going to be able to run things the same way he did Mid-South a decade ago. If he comes into this with 1982-era ideas of how to run WCW, he's going to fail (spoiler: he did and he did).
  • Among the changes Watts is expected to implement: he will cut the number of PPVs per year down to 4 and Clash of Champions events down to 3 per year. An August PPV and September Clash have already been scrapped. The NWA name will probably disappear after the upcoming NWA tag team tournament. They probably would have cancelled it already but the plans were too far along for the tournament to back out now. Expect more changes on the weekly Saturday TV show, with Dave expected more week-to-week angles. Dave also expects them to do split rosters and start running two house shows per night with different crews in different cities. Dave thinks this would be a mistake since WCW can't draw crowds right now with all the major stars on one show, let alone splitting them up among two. He also expects the look and style of the shows and wrestling to change to look less like WWF. And the days of guaranteed contracts are probably done, because Watts don't go for that shit. He expects contracts to start being based on what they draw, like it was in the past. This could also be a bad idea because the only reason WCW still has some of the big stars they have is because of the big money contracts, which WWF doesn't offer. If Watts gets rid of those, Dave expects a lot of guys to take their chances with Vince rather than staying in WCW. Watts has already brought Ole Anderson back in a front office position which has already soured much of the locker room on Watts because Ole is, shall we say, not particularly popular. Things like low blows and attacking referees will be off-limits. Watts has said in the past that he is against steroids but also says he's against drug testing, so it's unknown what policy he may have against steroids, if any. He might just ignore it. The old kayfabe rules about heels and babyfaces travelling and socializing together are back in effect so that's off limits again.
  • Oh yeah, other notes from the PPV: Dave calls the U.S. Tag Titles useless and says the company should drop them (they do about 2 months later). Super Invader vs. Todd Champion was an unadvertised addition to the PPV and gets a negative-half star, as the show was starting to nosedive at this point. Big Josh vs. Ricky Morton happened because Morton was a last minute substitution for The Diamond Studd (Scott Hall). Apparently, Studd arrived at the PPV and asked for one of those fancy guaranteed contracts that the top stars have and was turned down, so he quit the company. He was being groomed to replace Larry Zbyszko in the Dangerous Alliance but that obviously won't be happening now (he shows up in WWF as Razor Ramon a few weeks later). Brian Pillman vs. Tom Zenk brought the show back and recaptured the crowd. Dave wonders how confused the average fan must be, having to listen to the announcers talk about the WCW tag titles, NWA tag titles, IWGP tag titles, and US tag titles all during one show, meanwhile WCW only has one tag team that anyone cares about (the Steiners) and they never lose. Anyway, Steiners vs. Takayuki Iizuka & Tatsumi Fujinami was brutal and hard hitting. Iizuka got his face busted up bad and was thought to have broken his orbital bone, but fortunately it wasn't. And of course, the main event of Sting's Squadron vs. the Dangerous Alliance in the War Games match. Dave gives it the full 5 stars and calls it a match of the year candidate. Bobby Eaton had a badly injured shoulder and had no business being in the match, but he was and mostly just stayed out of the way. And that was that.
WATCH: War Games '92
  • Japanese promotion FMW and Lucha Libre company WWA held a joint show together in Los Angeles last week that everyone is raving about. The show was almost cancelled in the wake of the Rodney King riots but they decided to go ahead with it. El Hijo del Santo was the star of the show, getting a massive pop from the mostly Latino audience, while Atsushi Onita was also popular. The few American wrestlers were booed mercilessly.
  • Speaking of War Games and guys like Onita, Dave decides to talk about blading and the concerns over the spread of HIV. Every time there's a bloody match, Dave gets letters from people who either love it or think it should be outlawed. Dave thinks too much blading is a turn-off to viewers, but he also believes that, if used sparingly and in the proper context, it adds excitement to a match. But this is still 1992 and nobody has fully figured out this HIV/AIDS stuff yet, so there's the obvious concern that blading could lead to someone contracting the disease. Dave doesn't really know. If there's a possibility that the disease can be transmitted in that way, then it may be time to stop blading entirely.
  • The future of the Super World of Sports promotion in Japan is in jeopardy. At a show last week, several of the company's top stars walked out, saying they can't get along with SWS owner Genichiro Tenryu. This has led to rumors flying around about what may happen with the company. It's expected that they'll make some budget cuts but will probably stick around in some form (nah, they'd be dead in a month).
  • Tatsumi Fujinami is booked to work a show for Tod Gordon's Eastern Championship Wrestling promotion at a sports bar in Philadelphia next week. Humble beginnings.
  • Antonio Pena's new promotion AAA ran their first show last week using several of CMLL's former stars and it was said to be a good show. The promotion is allegedly backed by Televisa so they've got lots of resources and a strong television deal in place, plus they poached many of CMLL's best workers, so the promotion already has instant credibility in the eyes of the fans.
  • Andre The Giant worked some shows for UWA in Mexico and they drew big crowds upwards of 16,000, proving that Andre is still a big draw despite being awful in the ring now (nearing the end for Andre here. He works a couple more matches in Mexico, then about two dozen tags and 6-man matches in Japan where he did basically nothing, and then that was it. He was dead less than a year after this).
  • Bruce Prichard is recovering from a boating accident last week that left him with a blood clot in his chest and 60 stitches in his face.
  • WWF aired the first segment of a planned Ultimate WarrioPapa Shango angle, where Shango put a hex on Warrior and caused him to get sick and vomit in the face of a doctor backstage. Dave hopes it wasn't a real doctor, since doctors who appear backstage for WWF tend to end up in prison.
WATCH: Ultimate Warrior vomits on a doctor
  • More on Scott Hall quitting WCW. He claimed he has a job lined up in WWF to go and play a character similar to Fonzie from the old Happy Days TV show and said he's scheduled to start with the company soon.
  • Former WWF announcer Murray Hodgson, who is suing the WWF for....something. I don't remember. It's been a long time since I wrote up the 1992 stuff. I think he claimed he was sexually harassed by Pat Patterson or something. Anyway, there's a lawsuit and Vince McMahon, Linda McMahon, and Patterson are all scheduled to give depositions soon.
  • The lawsuit over Harley Race's recent boating accident was settled this week when a jury ruled that Race would have to pay one of the victims $250,000 for the injuries she suffered. Race had previously plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge of reckless boating in regards to the accident, though he testified in the trial that he only did so because it was a lesser charge than what he was originally facing and he only pleaded guilty to avoid the possibility of prison if he had tried to fight the case (in case you're wondering, Race was shitfaced drunk and navigating the boat while intoxicated, crashed it into another boat, and severely injured one of the women on board. The original charge were all related to that, but he pleaded down to negligence).
  • A woman writes into the letters section and talks about seeing former female WWF referee Rita Chatterton as a guest on Geraldo Rivera's show, talking about her claims that she was raped by Vince McMahon. One of the questions Geraldo asked her was "why did you wait so long?" in regards to her making the claim years after it happened. The woman writing this letter talks about her time being involved with some WWF wrestlers back in the late-80s. She says she saw plenty of drug use and sexual abuse. She also said she was raped and was had her life threatened if she talked about it. She said she contacted the WWF and also contacted Geraldo Rivera at the time, but nobody wanted to hear her story. So as to Geraldo's question about why Chatterton didn't tell her story sooner, this woman says she understands why and adds, "Well, Geraldo, I did when it wasn't a hot media story, and you didn't listen."
IN A FEW WEEKS: The 2000 Observer Rewinds!
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2014.11.03 14:57 Bozzaholic Greatest Ever Wrestler - 2006

Back in 2006 a discussion forum I used to help run, ran a poll asking members who was the greatest wrestler ever - Voters could choose their own criteria and there was a shed load of content uploaded by participants to help people make their decisions. Anyways... Here was the result.
Feel free to comment, laugh, agree or disagree with the results... remember, this poll is from 2006 (I can't remember the scoring criteria for points, I believe it worked on the amount of people who voted for a user and their position in the participants top 100 wrestlers list that they submitted)
  1. Jumbo Tsuruta – 4,594 Points
  2. Toshiaki Kawada – 4,477 Points
  3. Chris Benoit – 4,442 Points
  4. Jushin Thunder Liger – 4,388 Points
  5. Kenta Kobashi – 4,311 Points
  6. Eddie Guerrero – 4,255 Points
  7. Mitsuharu Misawa – 4,190 Points
  8. Ric Flair – 4,141 points
  9. Bret Hart – 3,707 Points
  10. Stan Hansen – 3,669 Points
  11. Terry Funk – 3,573 Points
  12. Harley Race – 3,501 Points
  13. Ricky Steamboat – 3,301 Points
  14. Dynamite Kid – 3,250 Points
  15. Akira Hokuto – 3,244 Points
  16. Steve Austin – 3,178 Points
  17. Vader – 3,157 Points
  18. Aja Kong – 3,135 Points
  19. Nobuhiko Takada – 3,062 Points
  20. El Hijo Del Santo – 2,922 Points
  21. Genichiro Tenryu – 2,870 Points
  22. Rey Mysterio Jr – 2,791 Points
  23. Jaguar Yokoda – 2,613 Points
  24. Shinya Hashimoto – 2,509 Points
  25. The Destroyer – 2,463 Points
  26. Akira Taue – 2,439 Points
  27. Shinjiro Ohtani – 2,409 Points
  28. Barry Windham – 2,386 Points
  29. Manami Toyota – 2,299 Points
  30. Giant Baba – 2,180 Points
  31. Mayumi Ozaki – 2,140 Points
  32. Blue Panther – 2,099 Points
  33. Hiro Hase – 2,069 Points
  34. Arn Anderson – 2,058 Points
  35. Devil Masami – 2,014 Points
  36. Billy Robinson – 1,974 Points
  37. Owen Hart – 1,963 Points
  38. Negro Casas – 1,960 Points
  39. Chigusa Nagayo – 1,958 Points
  40. Ted Dibiase – 1,942 points
  41. Jerry Lawler – 1,927 Points
  42. Volk Han – 1,920 Points
  43. Bull Nakano – 1,832 Points
  44. Randy Savage – 1,794 Points
  45. Curt Hennig – 1,786 Points
  46. Shawn Michaels – 1,784 Points
  47. Terry Gordy – 1,717 Points
  48. Jack Brisco – 1,585 Points
  49. Bobby Eaton – 1,581 Points
  50. Jun Akiyama – 1,557 Points
  51. Dick Murdoch – 1,521 points
  52. Steve Williams – 1,510 Points
  53. Keiji Mutoh – 1,498 Points
  54. Steve Regal – 1,494 Points
  55. Dave Finlay – 1,469 Points
  56. Nick Bockwinkel –1,451 Points
  57. Tully Blanchard – 1,442 Points
  58. Tatsumi Fujinami – 1,441 points
  59. Mariko Yoshida – 1,438 Points
  60. Dynamite Kansai – 1,381 Points
  61. Akira Maeda – 1,326 Points
  62. Ultimo Dragon – 1,303 Points
  63. Kiyoshi Tamura – 1,277 Points
  64. The Rock – 1,268 Points
  65. Kyoko Inoue – 1,176 Points
  66. Kazuo Yamazaki – 1,173 Points
  67. El Dandy – 1,171 Points
  68. Tiger Mask – 1,143 points
  69. Dory Funk Jr – 1,143 points
  70. Mick Foley – 1,134 points
  71. Antonio Inoki – 1,121 Points
  72. Masahiro Chono – 1,034 Points
  73. Lioness Asuka – 1,029 Points
  74. El Samurai – 1,020 Points
  75. Ricky Morton – 1,018 Points
  76. Bob Backlund – 1,010 Points
  77. Shiro Koshinaka - 957 Points
  78. Adrian Adonis - 938 Points
  79. Dump Matsumoto – 852 Points
  80. Kurt Angle - 817 Points
  81. Marc Rocco - 813 Points
  82. Lou Thesz - 811 Points
  83. Great Sasuke – 801 Points
  84. Chris Jericho – 798 Points
  85. Rick Rude – 794 Points
  86. Hulk Hogan – 780 Points
  87. TAKA Michinoku - 743 Points
  88. Brian Pillman – 737 Points
  89. Satanico - 735 Points
  90. Dean Malenko – 716 Points
  91. Toshiyo Yamada - 699 Points
  92. Psicosis - 682 Points
  93. Tommy Rogers – 656 Points
  94. Atlantis – 621 Points
  95. Dan Kroffatt – 619 Points
  96. Rick Martel – 598 Points
  97. Naoki Sano – 579 Points
  98. Dick Togo - 575 Points
  99. Sgt Slaughter – 550 Points
  100. Riki Choshu - 516 Points
  101. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi - 514 Points
  102. Mima Shimoda - 498 Points
  103. Jake Roberts – 492 Points
  104. Davey Boy Smith – 482 Points
  105. Kensuke Sasaki – 477 Points
  106. Masa Fuchi - 475 Points
  107. MS1 – 471 Points
  108. Villano III – 469 Points
  109. Triple H – 467 Points
  110. Dusty Rhodes – 450 Points
  111. Juventud Guerrera - 446 Points
  112. Bruiser Brody – 423 Points
  113. Etsuko Mita – 410 Points
  114. Masato Tanaka – 409 Points
  115. Jim Breaks – 393 Points
  116. Samoa Joe – 391 Points
  117. Bryan Danielson – 390 Points
  118. Hayabusa – 388 Points
  119. Yoshiaki Fujiwara – 371 Points
  120. Buddy Rogers – 361 Points
  121. Eddie Gilbert – 360 Points
  122. Ray Stevens – 350 Points
  123. Pirata Morgan – 342 Points
  124. Dos Caras – 335 Points
  125. La Parka - 333 Points
  126. Megumi Kudo – 332 Points
  127. Sting – 326 Points
  128. Fuerza Guerrera - 321 Points
  129. Atushi Onita – 315 Points
  130. Javier Cruz – 307 Points
  131. Solar I – 304 Points
  132. Undertaker – 295 Points
  133. Jimmy Snuka – 288 Points
  134. Johnny Saint – 285 Points
  135. Steve Grey – 279 Points
  136. Bill Dundee – 270 Points
  137. Dustin Rhodes – 262 Points
  138. El Texano – 260 Points
  139. Gorgeous George – 259 Points
  140. Sabu – 256 Points
  141. Kintaro Kanemura – 255 Points
  142. Rikidozan – 251 Points
  143. Brock Lesnar – 246 Points
  144. Karl Gotch – 245 Points
  145. 2 Cold Scorpio – 243 Points
  146. Mil Mascaras – 242 Points
  147. Scott Steiner – 241 Points
  148. KENTA – 237 Points
  149. Silver King – 234 Points
  150. Bruno Sammartino – 234 Points
  151. Chavo Guerrero Sr – 233 Points
  152. Mr Gannosuke – 228 Points
  153. Roddy Piper – 223 Points
  154. Dick Slater – 222 Points
  155. Dr Wagner Jr - 218 Points
  156. Takako Inoue – 218 Points
  157. Tsuyoshi Kohsaka – 215 Points
  158. Yoshihiro Takayama – 214 Points
  159. Brazo De Oro – 213 Points
  160. Lizmark – 208 Points
  161. Brazo De Plata – 208 Points
  162. Don Muraco - 203 Points
  163. Johnny Valentine – 199 Points
  164. Andre the Giant – 199 Points
  165. Kauro Ito – 197 Points
  166. Wahoo McDaniel – 195 Points
  167. Johnny Smith – 192 Points
  168. Koji Kanemoto – 186 Points
  169. Satoshi Kojima – 184 Points
  170. Greg Valentine – 181 Points
  171. Ultimo Guerrero - 178 Points
  172. Jinzei Shinzaki – 177 Points
  173. Meiko Satomura – 176 Points
  174. Yuki Ishikawa – 175 Points
  175. Butch Reed – 175 Points
  176. Pat Patterson – 172 Points
  177. Jim Londos – 170 Points
  178. Bam Bam Bigelow – 168 Points
  179. Sakie Hasegawa - 163 Points
  180. Negro Navarro – 161 Points
  181. Kuniaki Kobayashi – 159 Points
  182. Clive Myers – 156 Points
  183. Jerry Estrada – 155 Points
  184. Rip Rogers – 147 Points
  185. Gene Kiniski – 147 Points
  186. Yuji Nagata – 144 Points
  187. Tetsuhiro Kuroda – 141 Points
  188. Danny Hodge – 139 Points
  189. Momoe Nakanishi – 134 Points
  190. Gran Hamada – 132 Points
  191. Kazushi Sakuraba – 130 Points
  192. Mimi Hagiwara – 128 Points
  193. Verne Gagne – 127 Points
  194. Sangre Chicana – 126 Points
  195. Art Barr – 124 Points
  196. Manny Fernandez – 124 Points
  197. Brad Armstrong – 123 Points
  198. Hiroyoshi Tenzan – 123 Points
  199. El Canek – 123 Points
  200. Ebessan – 119 Points
  201. Emilio Charles Jr – 118 Points
  202. Crusher Blackwell – 116 Points
  203. SUWA – 111 Points
  204. Buddy Landell – 111 Points
  205. Koji Nakagawa – 111 Points
  206. Bill Goldberg – 110 Points
  207. Bill Eadie – 109 Points
  208. Tito Santana – 108 Points
  209. Naomichi Marufuji – 106 Points
  210. Rob Van Dam – 106 Points
  211. Shocker - 105 Points
  212. Edge – 103 Points
  213. Bob Orton jr – 102 Points
  214. KAORU – 101 Points
  215. Hiromi Yagi – 98 Points
  216. Big Boss Man – 97 Points
  217. Don Leo Jonathan – 97 Points
  218. El Faraon – 96 Points
  219. Hikari Fukoaka – 95 Points
  220. Big Show – 95 Points
  221. Minoru Suzuki – 90 Points
  222. Ivan Koloff – 90 Points
  223. Antonio Rocca – 89 Points
  224. Espectrito – 89 Points
  225. Buzz Sawyer – 89 Points
  226. Dennis Condrey – 86 Points
  227. Abdullah the Butcher – 84 Points
  228. Scott Hall – 84 Points
  229. Pimpinela Escarlata – 84 Points
  230. Mick McManus – 80 Points
  231. Booker T – 79 Points
  232. Jackie Saito – 79 Points
  233. Kerry Von Erich – 77 Points
  234. Bad News Allen – 76 Points
  235. Larry Zybszko – 75 Points
  236. Pete Roberts – 75 Points
  237. Ron Garvin – 73 Points
  238. Masaaki Mochuziku - 73 Points
  239. Buddy Rose – 73 Points
  240. Chikayo Nagashima – 72 Points
  241. Magnum Tokyo – 71 Points
  242. Super Delfin – 71 Points
  243. John Bradshaw Layfield – 71 Points
  244. Fred Blassie – 71 Points
  245. Daisuke Ikeda – 70 Points
  246. Hisakatsu Oya – 69 Points
  247. Talisman – 69 Points
  248. El Signo – 68 Points
  249. Ciclon Ramirez – 67 Points
  250. Low Ki – 65 Points
  251. Haku – 65 Points
  252. Paul Orndorff – 64 Points
  253. Magnum TA – 64 Points
  254. Rey Bucanero - 63 Points
  255. Raven – 60 Points
  256. Yoshiaki Yatsu - 60 Points
  257. Mad Dog Vachon 59 Points
  258. Shinobu Kandori – 59 Points
  259. Candy Okutsu – 58 Points
  260. Mike Rotundo – 56 Points
  261. Kodo Fuyuki – 55 Points
  262. Johnny Kidd – 55 Points
  263. Val Venis – 54 Points
  264. Sean Waltman – 52 Points
  265. AKIRA – 52 Points
  266. Marty Jannetty – 51 Points
  267. The Sheik – 50 Points
  268. Bill Watts – 50 Points
  269. Masa Saito – 49 Points
  270. Osamu Nishimura – 48 Points
  271. Dick The Bruiser – 47 Points
  272. Chris Adams - 45 Points
  273. Yumiko Hotta - 45 Points
  274. CIMA – 45 Points
  275. Tracey Smothers – 44 Points
  276. Debbie Malenko – 44 Points
  277. Yumi Fukawa – 44 Points
  278. La Fiera – 39 Points
  279. Tom Pritchard – 37 Points
  280. Volador – 37 Points
  281. Gran Apache – 36 Points
  282. Marty Jones – 36 Points
  283. Super Astro – 36 Points
  284. Diamond Dallas Page – 34 Points
  285. Doug Furnas – 33 Points
  286. Azumi Hyuga – 32 Points
  287. Eagle Sawai – 31 Points
  288. Perro Aguayo – 31 Points
  289. Dino Bravo – 29 Points
  290. Stan Lane – 27 Points
  291. Chris Candido – 27 Points
  292. Mika AKINO – 27 Points
  293. El Felino – 27 Points
  294. Super Crazy – 26 Points
  295. Yoshihiro Tajiri – 26 Points
  296. Alexander Otsuka – 25 Points
  297. Condor Saito – 24 Points
  298. Carlos Colon – 16 Points
  299. Darkness Dragon – 16 Points
  300. Jerry Graham – 15 Points
  301. AJ Styles – 14 Points
  302. Mikey Whipwreck – 12 Points
  303. Steve Wright – 96 Points
  304. Frank Gotch – 84 Points
  305. Leo Burke – 82 Points
  306. Yumi Ikeshita – 72 Points
  307. El Santo – 70 Points
  308. Mistico – 70 Points
  309. Osamu Kido – 69 Points
  310. The Spoiler – 63 Points
  311. Killer Kowalski – 62 Points
  312. The Cobra – 61 Points
  313. Archie Gouldie – 58 Points
  314. Pierroth – 58 Points
  315. Robbie Brookside – 57 Points
  316. Chris Hero – 54 Points
  317. Michael Hayes – 54 Points
  318. Iron Sheik – 53 Points
  319. Tomoko Watanabe – 53 Points
  320. Ben Bassareb – 51 Points
  321. Suzuka Minami – 49 Points
  322. Blue Demon – 48 Points
  323. Ken Patera – 47 points
  324. Vic Faulkner – 47 Points
  325. Mick McMichael – 46 Points
  326. Christopher Daniels – 45 Points
  327. Tamon Honda – 45 Points
  328. Chic Cullen – 43 Points
  329. Phil Hickerson – 42 Points
  330. Herodes – 41 Points
  331. Dory Funk Sr – 40 Points
  332. Mike Awesome – 40 Points
  333. Bison Kimura – 39 Points
  334. Bronko Nagurski – 39 Points
  335. Yoji Anjoh – 39 Points
  336. Masakatsu Funaki – 38 Points
  337. Combat Toyoda – 36 Points
  338. Kumiko Maekawa – 35 Points
  339. Scott Norton – 34 Points
  340. Zumbido – 34 Points
  341. Bad Boy HIDO – 33 Points
  342. Carl Malenko – 33 Points
  343. Pat O’ Connor – 33 Points
  344. Kanunari Murakami – 31 Points
  345. Pedro Morales – 28 Points
  346. Keith Hayward – 27 Points
  347. Mascarito Sagrada 2000 – 27 Points
  348. Octagoncito – 27 Points
  349. El Halcon – 26 Points
  350. Katsuyori Shibata – 26 Points
  351. Jamie Knoble – 25 Points
  352. Les Thornton – 25 Points
  353. Bill Longson – 24 Points
  354. Dream Machine – 23 Points
  355. Milano Collection AT – 23 Points
  356. Jado – 22 Points
  357. Porkchop Cash – 22 Points
  358. Gedo – 21 Points
  359. Raymond Rogeau – 21 Points
  360. Ernie Ladd – 20 Points
  361. Hector Garza – 20 Points
  362. Jacques Rogeau – 20 Points
  363. Yoshinari Ogawa – 20 Points
  364. Robert Gibson – 19 Points
  365. Virus – 19 Points
  366. Yukihiro Kanemura – 19 Points
  367. Beef Wellington – 18 Points
  368. The Bloody – 18 Points
  369. Gino Hernandez - 18 Points
  370. Hiroshi Tanahashi – 17 Points
  371. Sonoko Kato – 17 Points
  372. Tatsuhito Taikawa – 17 Points
  373. Matt Borne – 16 Points
  374. Pat Tanaka – 16 Points
  375. Tony St Clair – 16 Points
  376. Toshie Uematsu – 16 Points
  377. Gary Albright – 15 Points
  378. Ikuto Hidaka – 15 Points
  379. Matt Hardy – 15 Points
  380. Cuty Suzuki – 14 Points
  381. Johnny Ace – 14 Points
  382. Pat Roach – 14 Points
  383. Les Kellet – 13 Points
  384. Terry Taylor – 13 Points
  385. Tony Charles – 13 Points
  386. El Brazo – 12 Points
  387. Genki Horiguchi – 12 Points
  388. Kane – 12 Points
  389. Mascaro Ano 2000 – 12 Points
  390. Wayne Bridges – 12 Points
  391. Black Man – 11 Points
  392. Dragon Kid – 11 Points
  393. Michiko Ohmukai – 11 Points
  394. Mikhail Illiokhine – 11 Points
  395. Andrei Kopylov – 10 Points
  396. Ayako Hamada – 10 Points
  397. Bobo Brazil – 10 Points
  398. El Solitario – 10 Points
  399. Marabunta – 10 Points
  400. Perry Saturn – 10 Points
  401. Apolo Dantes – 9 Points
  402. Eddie Graham – 9 Points
  403. Jerry Lynn – 9 Points
  404. Shelton Benjamin – 9 Points
  405. Animal – 8 Points
  406. Chavo Guerrero Jr – 8 Points
  407. Tatsuo Nakano – 8 Points
  408. The Crusher – 7 Points
  409. Luke Williams – 7 Points
  410. Masahito Kakihara – 7 Points
  411. Big Bruno Elrington – 6 Points
  412. Butch Miller – 6 Points
  413. D-Lo Brown – 6 Points
  414. Danny Collins – 6 Points
  415. Kato Kung Lee – 6 Points
  416. Plum Mariko – 6 Points
  417. Yoshinobu Kanemaru – 6 Points
  418. Black Buffalo - 5 Points
  419. Dick Shikat – 5 Points
  420. Horst Hoffman – 5 Points
  421. Joe Malenko – 5 Points
  422. Jonathan Boyd – 5 Points
  423. Ran Yu Yu – 5 Points
  424. Universo 2000 – 5 Points
  425. CM Punk – 4 Points
  426. Doug Gilbert – 4 Points
  427. Heavy Metal – 4 Points
  428. Ken Lucas – 4 Points
  429. Mr Wrestling II – 4 Points
  430. Sid Vicious – 4 Points
  431. Yoshihisa Yamamoto – 4 Points
  432. Dutch Mantell – 3 Points
  433. Nikita Koloff – 3 Points
  434. Sandman – 3 Points
  435. Akitoshi Saito – 2 Points
  436. Dan Spivey – 2 Points
  437. Gama Singh – 2 Points
  438. Johnny Eagles – 2 Points
  439. Necro Butcher – 2 Points 435.Villano IV – 2 Points
  440. Jody Fleisch – 1 point
  441. Sakura Hirota – 1 point
  442. Thunderbolt Patterson – 1 point
  443. Yoshiko Tamura – 1 point
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