5. Ric Flair
Ric Flair had a great career thoughout his time in the company. He formed the stable known as Evolution to help the new talent of the company thoughout there first few years in the company. Such as “The Game” Triple H, “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton, & “The Animal” Batista. Flair gained names such as “The Nature Boy”, “Dirtest player in the game”, and “The Man”. Flair was the first Hall of Famer to compete after he was inducted into the Hall of Fame by facing Shawn Micheals at Wrestlemania. Which was Flair’s retirement match.
4. Ted Dibiase S.R
“The Million Dollor Man” Ted Dibiase, Ted bulit a career of paying to get what he wants such as his say “Everybody has a price”. Ted even used that money to have a custom title made, which was the Million Dollor Champiuonship which was handed down to his son Ted Dibiase Jr. after Wrestlemania 26.
3. Dusty Rhodes
Dusty Rhodes “The American Dream” the father of Goldust and Cody Rhodes, Dusty was the voice of the people back when he was in wrestling. Dusty was last on WWE around the time NXT 3 was going on. He was in a segment with Goldust, “Dashing” Cody, & Aksona.
2. Shawn Micheals
Shawn Micheals has a had a Hall of Fame career. Minus the Streak/Career match at Wrestlemania 26. HBK has had a great career in the company. The storyline between HBK & Bret Hart, the tag team with Triple H is D-Generation-X. HBK is a fan favorite. He feed off the emotions of the WWE Universe, and that showed in his matches.
1. Steve Austin
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin was the the Attitude Era. The fueds with the McMahons, stunning Vince McMahon. Austin was known as the toughest S.O.B in the World Wrestling Federation. Austin had his own custom title better known as the “Smoking Skull” Championship. Austin was one of WWE Greatest with the fued between him and The Rock.