This one came to me when I was sitting in class a little bit ago and looked down at my test to write down the version on the scantron. It said Version 1. Wanna guess which gimmick that made me think of? lol So here's my top 5. #5- The Impact Players(Lance Storm and Justin Credible)- The only reason why I list them by stable name is because both men were top teir talent in ECW but were never world tile material. I mean look at the guys who got the nod over them. Jerry Lynn, Rhino, Steve Corino. The list goes on but many have to wonder why these two were vever given the chance to run with the ball. Even after Storm ventured over to a monster push in WCW, he still was no less than mid-card talent. #4-The aforehinted at Matt Hardy Version 1- Old V-1 was classic. He had a kick ass and unique entrance where it stated his likes, interests, and just fun random facts. And hearing him scream "Vee-One-a!" didn't hurt either. #3- The Million Dollar Man Ted Debiase- Yeah, he purchased the title once, but pretty much was nothing more than midcard talent with this limitless gimmick. #2- Andre The Giant- Always a brides maid, never a bride. Sure he cheated and won the world title once, but how often was the largest athelete in the WWF in the title picture? Exactly. #1- Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig- What can I say, it was absolutely... Perfect. While he faced Hogan once, he really was kept at the midcard level throughout his career. Such a shame too. He had the total package. Unfortunately, his prime came during an era where bigger was perceived as being better. He was a wrestler before his time.