It's Chris Benoit.
I completely agree with this. Bret had an in ring charisma which Benoit just couldn't pull off and as a result I too always found it easier to be drawn into Bret's matches. Bret was also better at telling stories and being more versatile with different types of opponents - look at how he wrestled Kevin Nash as opposed to someone like the 123 kid - he was a master of authenticity.Benoit has a more varied moveset but Bret has a natural charisma and style in the ring that make his matches gripping to watch. But with all that said Benoit was more versatile he could do the brawling hardcore style, or the mat based submission style and could even blend those 2 styles together. Bret had some wild matches (submission match vs Austin, match w/ Diesel) but not a wild as Benoit
I respect your opinion but I don't think there has ever been a better storyteller than Bret. The guy is like a screenwriter when it comes to mapping out wrestling matches and using bouts to advance further storylines and feuds.EBboy™;9468643 said:Both are the two best ever in the ring. While I do think Bret was technically better, in every other category that goes into in ring skill (storytelling, psychology, selling, etc.), Benoit beats Bret. So overall, I have to give it to Benoit. But imo, theyse two should have been the final two.