Hulk Hogan The Hulkster, the man many feel launched professional wrestling as a world-wide force on two separate occassions. Ric Flair More World Titles than fingers, Flair styled and profiled through NWA, WCW, and WWF, winning titles and wowing fans at every single stop. Randy Savage "Madness" is thought by many to be among the most intense superstars of all time, winning World Titles in WWF and also carrying some of the greatest feuds of all time. Bret Hart "The Excellence of Execution" won several world titles, IC Titles, and Tag Titles, as well as the 1993 King of the Ring. He's won numerous "Match of the Year" awards, and despite his great babyface persona, many feel his heel work in the late 90's was the best of his career. Shawn Michaels "The Showstopper," this man went to a singles career in the early 90's and went on to become one of the most exciting WWF Superstars ever, often stealing the show at WrestleManias. The Undertaker "The Deadman" has been WWF's franchise player since 1990, never lapsing in employment of loyalty. He is also known for his WrestleMania winning streak and several feuds with HUGE men. John Cena Still young, but he's already been handed the keys to the WWE Ferrari and has the job of driving them into the next 10 years. By far the most over superstar in the WWE right now. Bruno Sammartino A truly longevitous champion, this man sold out MSG more times that we can count, and once held the WWF Title for a decade solid. Steve Austin "Stone Cold" saved the WWF during the lowest points of the Monday Night Wars and ushered in the Attitude Era with his foul language and anti-authority rebellion. Triple H Gets the final nod over "The Rock" on sheer longevity, The Game has often carried WWF as a heel in the late 90's and early '00's, as leader of Evolution, or as a face currently. Also the leader of DX's best incarnation in the late 90's.