#2 Chris Jericho is one of the all-time greats
With a career spanning over three decades, Chris Jericho is one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time and a shoo-in for the WWE Hall of Fame. Jericho jumped ship from WCW to WWE in 1999 and had a legendary debut, confronting The Rock in an incredible segment.
Over the years, he reinvented himself several times and only got better with age. In fact, Chris Jericho's last major feud with Kevin Owens was one of the best programs of his career and significantly elevated both men. They deserved to have a Universal Championship match in the main event of WrestleMania 33.
During the course of his WWE career, Jericho racked up six world titles and a record nine Intercontinental titles. He also won the Wrestling Observer Newsletter's illustrious "Wrestler of the Year" award in 2008 and 2009.
#1 Bryan Danielson would be welcomed back to WWE with open arms
Arguably the most beloved professional wrestler since Stone Cold Steve Austin, Bryan Danielson had a magnificent WWE career. His feud with The Authority which culminated with him winning the WWE Championship in the main event of WrestleMania 30 will always be fondly remembered.
Danielson had several doubters in WWE due to his size and independent background. However, he proved them wrong on countless occasions and even developed into one of the best promos in the company. The American Dragon's success also played an integral part in Vince McMahon beginning to hire more independent wrestlers.
Danielson left WWE on good terms and still has family members who are associated with the promotion. Once his AEW adventure comes to an end, he will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
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