10 greatest wrestlers in TNA history
TNA/Impact Wrestling have had some of the best wrestlers in the world to perform for them, and here are the top 10!
TNA, or Impact Wrestling as they are known, is having a hard time at the moment. In fact, has been having a hard time a lot in recent years, whether it be wrestlers leaving the company, bad business decisions or poor attendance, which has left the company under a lot of criticism. But now and the past, they've had one hell of a roster that have given us some of the greatest matches and moments over the last 16 years.
That brings me to this list of the Top 10 TNA greatest wrestlers in the history of TNA Impact Wrestling.
Note: I will not be including Impact Knockouts on this list as they deserve a top 10 list of their own.
Honorable Mentions: 'Broken' Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, Christian Cage, Bully Ray, Brother Devon, Abyss, Eric Young, Bobby Lashley, Eli Drake, Kazarian, Raven, LAX, Magnus, Eddie Edwards, Drew Galloway, Chris Sabin, Alex Shelly, Kevin Nash, Low Ki, Ron 'The Truth' Killings, Mr. Anderson, Sabu, Rob Van Dam, Jerry Lynn, Rhino, Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt, Petey Williams, Rockstar Spud, Mick Foley and Hulk Hogan
#10 Ethan Carter III
After a forgettable and dreadful run in WWE developmental's FCW and reality version of NXT as 'Derrick Bateman', the man to become then TNA President's Dixie Carter's 'nephew', Ethan Carter III, arrived in TNA Impact Wrestling in 2013 and made an immediate, pardon the pun, impact.
EC3 was given a strong push right off the bat as Dixie Carter's spoiled rich nephew, where he would only intentionally compete against TV jobbers for a number of months. While a gimmick like this would be enough for fans to lose interest quickly, EC3 maintained his audience with his excellent heel personality.
At a time when Impact began to lose many of its top superstars, EC3 remained a constant reason to remain watching with his often hilarious heel persona and eventual exciting top tier feuds with every big Impact star. EC3 wrestled more than a dozen thrilling matches and left the company earlier this year to return to WWE as a former 2 time Impact World Champion and former Impact Grand Champion.