GREATEST WRESTLER OF ALL TIME TOURNEY RD. 1 Jimmy Snuka vs The Ultimate Warrior

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  1. xX_NASTY_Xx

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    James Reiher (born May 18, 1943) is a Semi Retired American professional wrestler, and actor, better known by his ring name of Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka. Originally from the Fiji Islands, Snuka wrestled for several wrestling promotions in the 1970s and 1980s. He is best known for his time in the World Wrestling Federation in the early to mid-'80s, and is credited with being the first ECW Heavyweight Champion and introducing the high-flyer style of wrestling to the WWF.[1] His adopted son James Jr. is also a professional wrestler, currently wrestling in WWE on its Raw brand as Sim Snuka.

    Championships and accomplishments

    All Japan Pro Wrestling
    World's Strongest Tag Team League (1981) – with Bruiser Brody
    Big Time Wrestling
    NWA Texas Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    NWA Texas Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Gino Hernandez
    Cauliflower Alley Club
    Other honoree (1996)
    Continental Wrestling Association
    CWA International Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with JT Southern
    Extreme Championship Wrestling
    ECW World Heavyweight Championship (2 times, First)1
    ECW Television Championship (1 time)
    Georgia Championship Wrestling
    NWA National Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Terry Gordy
    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
    NWA United States Heavyweight Championship (Mid-Atlantic version) (1 time)
    NWA World Tag Team Championship (Mid-Atlantic version) (2 times) – with Paul Orndorff (1) and Ray Stevens (1)
    NWA All-Star Wrestling
    NWA Canadian Tag Team Championship (Vancouver version) (1 time) – with Don Leo Jonathan
    NWL WRESTLING
    NWL Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    Pacific Northwest Wrestling
    NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship (5 times)
    NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship (6 times) – with Dutch Savage
    Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    PWI Match of the Year (1982) vs. Bob Backlund in a cage match on June 28
    PWI Most Popular Wrestler of the Year (1983)
    PWI Tag Team of the Year (1980) with Ray Stevens
    PWI ranked him #29 of the 500 best singles wrestlers during the "PWI Years" in 2003.
    World Wide Wrestling Alliance
    WWWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    World Wrestling Federation
    WWF Hall of Fame (Class of 1996)
    Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
    Tag Team of the Year (1981) with Terry Gordy
    Best Flying Wrestler (1981)
    Best Wrestling Maneuver (1981, 1983) Superfly Splash
    Other titles
    Tri-State Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    USA New York Championship (1 time)
    USA Pro Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    SXA United States of America Championship (1 time)

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    Warrior (born James Brian "Jim" Hellwig[2] on June 16, 1959) is a retired American professional wrestler. He is best known for his appearances in the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s as the Ultimate Warrior, during which time he won the WWF World Heavyweight Championship and pinned Hulk Hogan in the main event of WrestleMania VI. Hellwig legally changed his name to Warrior in 1993. Warrior retired from professional wrestling in 1999 and embarked on a public speaking career. On June 25, 2008 he returned to wrestle one final match, and defeated Orlando Jordan in Barcelona, Spain in a match booked by the Italian Nu-Wrestling Evolution promotion. There is currently ongoing discussion as to whether or not Warrior will return to the ring again. During the match against Orlando Jordan, Warrior wrestled with a blown-out knee.

    Championships and accomplishments

    World Class Wrestling Association
    WCWA Texas Heavyweight Championship (1 time) [10]
    WCWA World Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Lance Von Erich [9]
    World Wrestling Federation
    WWF World Heavyweight Championship (1 time) [13]
    WWF Intercontinental Championship (2 times) [12]
    World Wrestling Superstars
    WWS Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    Nu-Wrestling Evolution
    NWE World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    PWI Comeback of the Year (1992)
    PWI Feud of the Year (1991) vs. The Undertaker
    PWI Match of the Year (1990) vs. Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania VI
    Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
    Most Overrated (1989-1991)
    Readers' Least Favorite Wrestler (1989, 1990)
    Worst Feud of the Year (1989) vs. André the Giant
    Worst Feud of the Year (1992) vs. Papa Shango
    Worst Feud of the Year (1998) vs. Hulk Hogan
    Worst Worked Match of the Year (1989) vs. André the Giant on October 31
    Worst Worked Match of the Year (1998) vs. Hulk Hogan at Halloween Havoc
    Worst Wrestler (1988, 1998)​
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  2. abz is dead.

    abz is dead. bobby the brain

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    Warrior had a good run of about two years, but flopped when they brought him back in 1996 also helped kill business in WCW in 1998. Snuka was a huge star for about a decade and created one of the most memorable moments in WWF history.

    Warrior also had like three good matches ever, and those had tons of planning (and in the case of the Hogan match, rehearsing). Warrior also had several of the worst matches ever. Snuka was pretty good in the ring most of the time and was rarely horrible.


    Snuka wins.
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  3. psunit

    psunit Hail to the Lions

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    Summed up pretty well.
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