That's a great question to ask right now because now more then ever, the definition of a great worker is different for everybody. But what i'm talking about here when i'm talking about a great worker is somebody that in 30 or 40 years from now will be talked about on the same level as Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels. Personally, i don't think so. In fact i fell like most wrestlers from this era will probably be forgotten by then because of what the business and the mentality of the wrestlers have become. Not glorifying the Old school mentality because let's face it, they had some major flaws with their mentality outside the ring but when you look at match from the 70's, 80's and all the way until the mid 2000, it felt like wrestlers got what the business was about more so then today's wrestlers. You look at a Ric flair match for example, it's pretty much the same match every single time, What makes all those matches different from one another, it's how the story is told inside the ring, the emotion in flair's and his opponent face and action. Matches weren't just about the moves and who could do the most cool stuff back then, it was about the story and the emotions. That's why Flair is looked at as one of the best of all time, not because of his workrate and how many cool moves he could do, because let's face it flair wasn't the greatest in ring technician and he would be the first one to admit that, it's how he told the story he wanted to tell with thoses move, The pacing of the match and how he could take you to a journey through his matches. Same goes with Micheals. Today i fell like a lot of wrestlers, especially the big star on the international scene, Focus too much on the in ring part and not enough on the story or psychology part of the art of wrestling. That's why Wrestling, While being a pretty healthy industry, isn't able to attract older and newer fans, Because of the way it's been treated by the wrestlers. We use to go out there back in the day and protect the business and fight for it to be taken seriously. Everybody knew it was choreograph and the outcome was predetermine but we would still go out and argue with everybody that called it fake because for us it was a insult and that's why so many legends came out of that era of wrestling and were still talking about them in 2019. Now it's like those that grew up wanting to be a wrestlers and protecting the business they loved forgot all that and pretty much said, reveal everything we already knew and confirm it and which in part make you not want to believe in the product anymore and give an out for the wrestlers to focus too much on the in ring and less on the psychology. In a nutshell, That's why i don't think that there any great workers anymore. There are great wrestlers and great performers but a great overall worker like we had in the past doesn'T exist in today'S wrestling landscape.