I don't understand how Flair can be called one of the all time great workers though.
Terrific structurer of a match: Check
Versatile in numerous forms of wrestling: Check
Terrific heel worker and terrific face worker who could work a crowd like no other: Check
Brilliant bumper and seller: Check
Got numerous good matches out of mediocre talent, great matches out of very good workers and all time classics with the sensational workers: Check
Consistently entertaining in 40 minute plus matches, and able to display brilliant selling and also adding unique selling touches that most workers wouldn't think of? Check
Guy with the greatest catalogue of matches ever bar Misawa? Check
Terrific storyteller who perfected the touring heel champ formula in how to make hometown territory stars look like credible NWA champions? Check
Honestly without trying to sound like some bitter Flair mark, simply saying 'he isn't that good' without making the time and effort to explain what about him you don't care for, or what you feel beter workers did that Flair didn't comes off poorly on your part. I've got no problem with anyone not caring for the guy or thinking he's overrated so long as they can at least put forward a well argued point and explain their reasoning: the same I do when I say I think Kurt Angle bar maybe 10-15 matches in his career has been a really poor professional wrestling worker.
: sensational list there buddy. I'm shattered for tonight but will make some attempt tomorrow to attempt to add to that list if you haven't covered everything already.
Misawa, Kawada, Lawler, Funk & Tenryu would be workers I'd put on Flair's level, Steamboat could be there as well along with Rey on any given day.
EDIT: best Steamboat vs Flair match for me is COTC, followed by Chi Town, then the 2 House Show matches on the same day and finally Wrestlewar. Although calling one of their matches 'the weakest' is still not taking away from a match which is still a classic/sensational match.