Wrestlers are the useful asset of our country. It is a physical competition among those who prepare and build their body to be fixed perfectly in this game. The fans love to select their champions on the basis of big push and kicks. People consider the whole picture while choosing their loved ones. They do not compromise on anything when other people make comments on their favorite wrestler’s personality. WWE has ranked, recognized and admired the top ten strongest Wrestlers of all time in the world. It is a professional competition which is given honor worldwide.
List of Strongest WWE Wrestlers of All Time in the World
First check Top 10 Strongest WWE Wrestlers in 2016 & 2017. Lets discuss top 9 strongest Wrestlers in the world all time.
Throughout 1980s and early 1990s, Hercules remained a very stiff and stout star of Vince McMahon’s WWE. It seems that he is born out of marble as he possesses high strength. His real name was Ray Hernandez. He passed away at the age of 47 years on March 2004 during his sleep.
2. Brock Lesnar
Brock took some time to establish himself as the strongest one. Initially, he was encountered with failure in both big as well as small competitions. Later, he emerged as an animistic competitor. Hence, individuals found it hard to win from him. Today, Brock has maintained his strength and power. Through his sheer command, he continuously left Mark Henry to lie following F5s. Moreover, he targeted him again in the big shows. Other stars including Undertaker, Triple H and John Cena, had also tolerated the impetus of Brock despite their hard personality. It is his sheer force which may hurl him to capture the championship in the near future.
3. The Iron Sheik
Within the history, Iron has been the author of the remarkable personality. He was born an athlete as it was a gift and blessing from God. Whoever comes across to him as a competitor, falls in threat. One of his impressive short was when he twisted the Persian Clubs with just little effort. He won his first WWE Championship victory in 1983 from the opponent named Bob Backlund.
4. John Cena
Apart from the great star, John was vigorous too. This power assisted him to achieve multiple WWE and Heavyweight titles and victories in the main events of Wrestle Mania. The videos and photographs during his gym time were the sign of reminding WWE Universe about how much active he is.
5. Davey Boy Smith
Since there were many superstars comprising of massive physiques, but did not compliment with power, Smith emerged as a total package. Owing to the participator of tag team of British Bulldogs, he has the modest physique. His passion and zealous popped the crowd regularly. His stiffness ended the power of top superstars even. When in 1990, smith came back to WWE. He was honored with the most dynamic star of the industry. In 2003, he died at the age of 39 only.
6. Big E
Big E is an international champion. He has always shown his intense strength in television action. He is known to be the best power lifter. He had broken the record of four Florida. He lifted heavy mass i.e. 799 pounds and squatted 711 pounds. In the times of body building, his body is completely sculpted. His profound force has helped a lot through the years to excel in between the ropes. It does not matter whether he competes with small stars like Dolph Ziggler and Kofi Kingston or superstars like Mark Henry and Kane, he possesses the necessary tools to impart the big ending to each one of them.
Cesaro owns the natural vigor. Whether he is swinging 400 plus pound Khali around the ring or competing the world’s largest Athlete the Big how, he continually impresses the audience with drastic firmness. He is the owner of tremendous momentum. The broad part of his personality was the catchy manner in which he can handle the man having any shape, size and weight.
8. Ivan Putski
The nickname of Ivan is “Polish Power”. It is given because of his cogent personality. During 1970s and 1980s, Ivan became the amateur star in WWE. He is leading his career with good fame. Although he did not ever win the championship of heavyweights but he stated his partnership with Tito Santana in order to defeat the Valiants against tag titles. In 1978, he participated in World’s Strongest Man competition and built his body by lifting and carrying weights.
It does not matter whether he is going to win or lose; Ivan always displayed his power by throwing opponents with little effort towards the ring. He was injected into the WWE’s Hall of Fame in 1995 where he was honored forever.
9. Ken Patera
The achievements of Ken in the community of power lifting are unquestionable. He established and discovered himself as an excellent forceful man ever. Ken possesses attitude temperament. Once he throws a rock on McDonald’s window due to its service. This temper led him to pass through the prison for two years.
His milestones are
- Olympic Power lifter in 1972
- Became Gold medalist in 1971 in sport
- Third place finisher in 1977 in competition of World’s strongest man
- First place finisher in Us National weightlifting championships.
- Mark Henry
The reason that WWE has ranked Mark as strongest man is he was among the great lifters of United States Olympic team. He achieved many milestones and broke many records during his career. He was the first place finisher in each and every competition of weight lifting in all over the country.
He was so talented that WWE feels honored by repeating his works on every program they do on air on television. No one could beat him in wrestling as it was awful to do it at least for the first half of his career. His inspiration was every top star. Due to his learning effort from these stars, he became better inn wrestling every new day.
In 2011, he won World Heavyweight Championship award. This title was the result of his hard work of fifteen years as well as his dedication in the work led him to win it. This award has made him the famous powerhouse in the history of WWE.