Greatest guys on the mic

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    Ric Flair and Macho Man are my picks.  I was a huge fan back in the 80’s.  Not so much anymore, but still enjoy talking about it.





    Chris Jericho is the best on the mic, also gonna add The Miz and Macho Man.


    The Rock.
    He was so good he went on to become the highest paid actor in Hollywood.



    I mean if his Hall of Fame worthy body of work in WWE isn’t enough you can look at his current work in AEW. Jericho has the uncanny ability to get ANYTHING over, sometimes unintentionally.


    Revisiting a dead topic — During the 80s in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex  there were several local wrestling federations with weekly TV show. The local feds were bought and sold changing hands during the end of the 80s, but WCCW and UWF were memorable because talent from one fed worked in the other. Among those were the likes of Steve Austin.. before the WCW Hollywood Blondes, the future Stone Cold Steve Austin was saddled with a heel gimmick named Stunning Steve Austin (without the Stunner as a finisher ironically).

    Whoever runs this Youtube channel has archives of the various Mid-South regional federations including UWF, and in this particular video Steve Austin gives a fairly decent heel promo and there’s hints of what would become the Texas Rattlesnake.

    Not sure if linking will work so here’s the video and timeclip of the promo.. he works a fairly standard 80s match afterwards..



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    Not so much the greatest, but this promo is hilarious.


    I hate CM Punk’s political beliefs. But he was a natural on the mic and came closest to blurring the line between real and scripted.


    Randy Savage, Stone Cold and The Rock. Out of the new ones – Maxwell Jacob Friedman.


    Roddy Piper, CM Punk, and The Rock.

    Special mention to Bray Wyatt too. I know his runs have been flakey, but his silver tongue is able to mesmerize the masses like few others.


    Agreed, my favorite was always Hogan and number two would be the Rock.


    Degeneration-X with The Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels.

    Another one that went unknown to me was Jim Cornette. They say he was second only to Ric Flair, who was the best.

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