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Most successful wrestler over more than one company?

Which wrestlers stayed top of their game despite moving companies?
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Hogan, jeff hardy, and angle pop to my mind the most

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Re: Most successful wrestler over more than one territory?

Kurt Angle, CM Punk, Jeff Hardy

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Curent Favorites: Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Corey Graves, Randy Orton, Bobby Roode, Austin Aries, Bully Ray, Samoa Joe

All time favorites: Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Edge, Mick Foley, Chris Benoit, Sting,Ric Flair
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Re: Most successful wrestler over more than one territory?

Hogan was the top face [Along with Andre] in AWA for a few years.

He was then the top face in WWE from 1983 to 1993.

He was then the top face and top heel for most of his WCW run from 1994 to 2000.

He then had a little more success when he came back to WWE for a few years.

And now today, he's still a major figure in TNA.


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Re: Most successful wrestler over more than one territory?

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Which wrestlers stayed top of their game despite moving companies?
Hogan, Flair, Hardy, Angle, Sting, Nash & Hall, Y2J, Brody, Anderson & Blanchard, Road Warriors.
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Hogan, Flair, Hardy, Angle, Sting, Nash & Hall, Y2J, Brody, Anderson & Blanchard, Road Warriors.


wrong. Jericho was way bigger in wwe than ever was in wcw

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Re: Most successful wrestler over more than one territory?

You can't argue with Hotdiggity11. Hogan all the way. AWA, WWF, WCW, WWE.

Flair did great in NWA, WCW and in Japan/Korea but god knows he did not succeed in WWF or in WWE. (I'm the biggest fan in the world of Evolution in 04/05 but Flair was a footnote in that time period)

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You can't argue with Hotdiggity11. Hogan all the way. AWA, WWF, WCW, WWE.

Flair did great in NWA, WCW and in Japan/Korea but god knows he did not succeed in WWF or in WWE. (I'm the biggest fan in the world of Evolution in 04/05 but Flair was a footnote in that time period)

Don't forget about Flair's WWE run in the early 90s. It was only a few years but I would call it successful.

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Re: Most successful wrestler over more than one territory?

The only answer can be WHOOOOOOOOLK WHOOOOOOOGAN. Hulkamania & NWO, nuff said.
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Don't forget about Flair's WWE run in the early 90s. It was only a few years but I would call it successful.
That's why I said "WWF". He got no reaction so Vince buried him. Right?

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