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Join Date: Jul 2011
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Re: Most successful wrestler over more than one territory?
I'm confused. Are we talking about different territories or different companies?
Because some of the bigger names would work multiple territories. Take Ric Flair for example. As NWA Champion, he often worked Florida, Georgia, Mid Atlantic, Central States and Texas, among others. That's what I define as territories.
But, if we're talking about companies, I'm split between Hogan & Rob Van Dam. Hogan was huge in AWA, WWE and WCW, for the majority of 3 decades. Rob Van Dam was likely the biggest attraction in ECW and some view his TV Title reign as being a bigger draw than the ECW Champion of that time. From there, he went to WWE, accomplished a lot, including being the most cheered heel in the company, before finally winning the WWE Title a few years later. From there, he went to TNA and has been quite successful. Again, like Hogan, he's had large amounts of success over the past 3 decades.