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10 Things That Should STOP In Pro Wrestling

The world of pro wrestling has many different aspects to it that are fun. Then, there are those that are not so fun.

In this Top 10 list we look at Ten Things That Should STOP in pro wrestling. From mocking other fans about knowing or not knowing the business, to being devoted to a company and not the genre, to always asking when Wrestler X is going to WWE, we look at some of the more annoying aspects of today’s wrestling scene.

Top 10 Pro Wrestling Matches of 2016

Amazingly, there are few PRO WRESTLING (not just WWE) Top 10 Matches of the Year lists that show up on YouTube, but here’s one you can watch as a pro wrestling fan.

Here is the Top 10 Pro Wrestling Matches of 2016 but honestly there are about thirty matches that could have easily been anywhere on this list. Feel free to leave your list in the comments.

Sami Zayn vs Kevin Owens at WWE Battleground 2016From WWE to New Japan to Ring of Honor to Lucha Underground, there have been plenty of high profile matches in 2016 that made us chant “This is Awesome”.

Included in the list are AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, Shinsuke Nakamura, Sami Zayn, Sexy Star, and even John Cena among others.

Take a trip down memory lane as we bid a final farewell to 2016 and the amazing amount of in-ring action we got last year.

Top 10 Breakout Wrestling Stars of 2016

Pro wrestling stars are in short supply these days as far as breaking out, but these ten fighters proved that they were determined to get higher than they had ever been before.

This is our list of Top 10 Breakout Wrestling Stars in 2016. Among the contenders are Will Ospreay, Broken Matt Hardy, Adam Cole, James Ellsworth, Kenny Omega, and many stars from WWE, SmackDown LIVE, Ring of Honor, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and other areas of wrestling.

Have your own list or countdown of the Breakout Wrestling Stars in 2016? Let your voice be heard in the comments section below.

Top 10 Pro Wrestling News Stories of 2016

There were so many crazy news stories in the world of pro wrestling it almost made our heads spin.

Kenny Omega wins the G1 Climax 26With TNA going through management changes, Daniel Bryan retiring, the WWE splitting brands … again, Tetsuya Naito and Kenny Omega making history over in Japan, four of New Japan’s top talents going to WWE, Paige and Alberto Del Rio‘s constant issues, and of course the weird way Brock Lesnar‘s matches were booked, 2016 had a lot for us to talk about.

In this countdown, we look at the Top Ten news stories in pro wrestling for the last year. You’ll have different ones so please put your list down in the comments below.

Best and Worst Pay Per Views / Big Events of 2016

A mixed bag is the best way to categorize 2016’s pro wrestling pay per views and big events.

While we had some outstanding wrestling and stories told on many, there were just as many that were forgettable and downright awful.

We go back and look at the Best and Worst Pay Per Views / Big Events in the world of pro wrestling in 2016. On the lists are WrestleMania XXXII, Ultima Lucha Dos, TNA Slammiversary, WrestleKingdom 10, G1 Climax 26, WWE Battleground and many more.

What’s on your list? Let us know in the comment section below.

Best and Worst Female Wrestlers of 2016

Asuka WWE NXT Women's ChampionThe landscape of pro wrestling changed greatly for females during 2016, seeing an emphasis on match quality in WWE and a female winning a company title in Lucha Underground.

We look back at the last twelve months in our list of the Best and Worst Female Wrestlers of 2016. Some dominated their rosters, others got favorable storylines, others battled back and forth for championships, and some even broke the gender barrier.

Best and Worst Pro Wrestling Tag Teams of 2016

While tag team wrestling didn’t have the resurgence that some expected in 2016, it was a year with some high spots. It also had plenty of low spots too.

This countdown looks at the five best and worst tag teams of 2016 in professional wrestling. From The Young Bucks to the Revival tearing it up while The Ascension and The Hype Bros have us shaking our heads, we look at who did well and who might want to give it up.

Best and Worst Male Wrestlers of 2016

As we end another year in the world of professional wrestling, we of course are going to think back at the best and worst we saw in 2016.

This year had a lot to offer, many disappointments, many changes, and seems to be a possible turning point in what the genre will be in the future.

In this video we look at the five best and worst male pro wrestlers of 2016. From Titus O’Neil to Sin Cara to AJ Styles to Shinsuke Nakamura, we count list them and tell you why we think they’re fantastic of freakin’ awful.

Top 10 Pro Wrestling Play-By-Play Commentators

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Since pro wrestling has been a fixture on television, there have been a number of play-by-play commentators and announcers who have stood out of better than the rest.

Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby HeenanIn this top ten countdown, we highlight the top 10 best in history. From old school vets like Gordon Solie and Bill Mercer to modern day legends like Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone to the new school guys like Mauro Ranallo and Matt Striker, we list our favorites.

Included are announcers not just from WWE but from other promotions including WCW, WCCW, TNA, Lucha Underground and more. This list is truly the best of the best behind the mic.

Top 10 Times Wrestling Fans Went Off Script

Pro wrestling fans can change on you like that. One night you may be cheered, the next night you may be booed.

Here is Rassslin Rantin and our Top 10 Times Wrestling Fans Went Off Script and booed the faces or cheered the heels. From Roman Reigns to John Cena to Hulk Hogan, no one has been immune to the fans deciding they didn’t like the way the story was going.