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By Kendall Jenkins on 2/24/2022 4:15 AM

John Cena says he's 'tremendously' misunderstood, responds to critics -  Sports Illustrated

All that comes to mind when you hear the name WWE are the finest wrestlers who have given us memorable performances that have stayed in the minds of wrestling fans for decades.

The WWE was founded by Vince McMahon and it has grown into one of the greatest sports in history, wrestling legends like John Cena, Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker have all come out of this fantastic sport. These celebrities have gone on to brighten the days of many others. Wrestling is also a very popular sport for gamblers, due to the wide range of selections you can do in a wrestling match, the outcomes and odds are good, lists are here if you have been seeking a new platform for wagering and for playing games. Nevertheless, in this article, I will be discussing the three greatest wrestlers to have entered the ring in the history of WWE.

John Cena

When John Cena made his WWE debut, he was instantly recognised as a cultural icon. The Marine, Train Wreck, and Suicide Squad are a few of the films that John Cena starred in throughout the majority of his professional wrestling career. You Can't See Me," his first studio album released while he worked for WWE, was also published.

A lot of people think he's one of the best wrestlers to come out in the last two decades. John Cena's career highlights include the following: One of the most successful professional wrestling stars of all time, he has won 16 global championships, five US championships and 25 WWE championships. Furthermore, he has three times been named "Superstar of the Year".

The Undertaker

The Undertaker was noted for his menacing entrance and theatrics, as well as lying in a coffin as if he were really dead throughout his matches. There were several times when he entered the ring with the famous Paul Bearer and an Urn, his manager.

As a wrestler in the WWE, The Undertaker won several championships, but his most impressive feat was his 21-match winning streak at WrestleMania, which was finally snapped by Brock Lesnar. In 2020, The Undertaker announced his retirement from professional wrestling.

Ric Flair 

Ric Flair is widely considered as the best professional wrestler in history by both journalists and his wrestling colleagues, his professional life has spanned more than four decades. Nature Boy, as he is widely regarded, is a 16-time world champion who has competed in the NWA, WCW, and WWE. He is also the first person to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice. He was also the first person to win the WCW Triple Crown.