Ironman Specialist: Chris Benoit For starters, Benoit has been in two memorable matches and came out on top for both against excellent stars in their one right. Chris is just a tough bastard when he steps into the ring and his intensity and impact is enough to keep you down for most of the match. He can deliver multiple German suplexes, moves that weaken the hell out of you, as well as high-pressure submissions to completely take people out of the game. He can go the distance and has proven this in many matches, often winning them. Benoit is a great technical wrestler who would easily match up against many. Submissions: Bret Hart The man knows more moves than the Sharpshooter in the submissions department, but being as techincally sound as he is, he doesn't need that many to get the job done. Great technicians like Hart would know how to weaken the opponents body in order to get them to submit in an instant. He is also known for hardly giving up himself and will go to extensive distances not to quit. Remember Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart? That sharpshooter was held in so long that Austin passed out and the referee stopped the bout. How about Owen vs. Bret? A Hart family member throw in the towel for Bret to quit, despite Bret telling his family not to. He wanted to keep going. These are pivotal moments in history where Bret has proven himself he is a master of submissions. Ladder Specialist: Chris Jericho The man is savvy as all hell when it comes to these match types. Jericho has legit Ladder match experience and has won some of them as well (a better ratio than everyone else on the team). The man has an adaptable moveset that can easily fit to Ladder matches where he has used them to manipulate the course of the match. The Walls of Jericho on the top of the ladder? If locked on for a sufficient period and Jericho lets go, the opponent falls and crumbles on the canvas like a cookie with Jericho easily grabbing whats hanging above. He is a smart man, cunning and deceptive, when it comes to weapon utilization. Jericho is a man that likes to regroup whenever he needs to and something like a Falls Count Anywhere match does not fit the bill at all. If he does go to the outside to take a breather, the opponent would logically set up the ladder and start to climb with Jericho unsuspectingly coming to attack or they would go to the outside and attack Jericho, with Chris playing possum. Falls Count Anywhere Specialist: Edge I was going to put him as the Ladder specialist, but I remembered he has a terrible solo record in that department. But, he is great when it comes to weapons and using the environment to your advantage. Why not stick him in the FCA match? In essence, hardcore matches are something similar to the FCA, and Edge has put on some clinically matches in them, such as the one with Mick Foley. Considering he is the ultimate opportunist, you'd think that he would find a way to escape any situation if you have no restrictions and get the pin. His main finisher is also very adaptable to situations. Its a spear that can be used to force people through tables, ladders, equipment, walls, lockers... anything you could think of. Knowing Edge's psychology, he would find a way to spear you where he knew it would connect. Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal: Lance Storm This is excellent for Storm, because the man is such a versatile wrestler he can basically become one with any match that is thrown at him. His only weakness that could come about is a match where striking/brawling is increased in use. But, knowing Storm's prowess, he would be able to reverse and counter with moves of his own.