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Updated by Eric Butts on Mar 17, 2013
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All-Time Best Wrestlers On the Mic

The best part about watching wrestling is when your favorite wrestler gets the mic in his hands for a classic monologue.

The Rock

The People's Champion always gets the crowd going with a variety of rants referring to himself in the third person and dared you not to like it... if you SMELLLLLLLLLLL what The cooking.

Ric Flair

My favorite thing about the Nature Boy other than his classic "Wooooooo!" call is how he took every opportunity to remind you of how many times he'd been champ. I suppose it was easy to lose count. Let's not forget that to be the man, you had to beat the man!

Kurt Angle

Intensity, integrity, and intelligence are the foundation of Angle's style, yet he often comes to the ring (at least when I watched) to chants of
"you suck!" from the crowd. How dare they speak of an olympic gold medalist that way?!

Hulk Hogan

Hulk created an entire culture on the mic. What you gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on you?!!!!!!!!!!!! Not to mention Hulk's theme song. Real American couldn't have been more perfect for this legend by which all other wrestlers are measured.

Bret Hart

"The best there is. There best there was. The best there ever will be." - The Excellence of Execution.

Shawn Michaels

If you're not down with the Heartbreak Kid, I got two words for you..."Suck it!"

Stone Cold Steve Austin

Austin 3:16..that's the bottom line because Stone Cold said so. That might be the best closing line of any wrestler on this list.

Razor Ramon

Razor Ramon is on this list simply because he oozed machismo every time someone put a mic in front of him.


Macho Man Randy Savage

Macho Man Randy Savage

Two words. Oh yeah!

Miss Elizabeth wasn't bad either.


Jerry Lawler

Jerry Lawler

The King talked more trash than anyone else in the game and he did it way that always made you reminisce on the old school. Whether he was wrestling or ringside, you ALWAYS knew when he's in the arena.