#4 Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle was a very successful amateur wrestler, who managed to make it big by winning the Olympic Gold Medal for the United States, and then by making a professional wrestling career for himself.
Because he was trained by some of the best at a young age, he could deliver amazing moves with pin-point precision. This helped him be a part of some great matches without really hurting or injuring his opponents too much.
Suplexes were a part of Angle’s signature moves during his illustrious career, just like the Ankle Lock and the Angle Slam. He belted out Suplexes at will and mixed a variety of them such as the standard Back Suplex, the Belly-to-Belly Overhead Suplex, and our favorite, the Greman Suplex.
He used the German Suplex as a setup to his finisher the Angle Slam and used as many as five German Suplexes to completely wear out his opponent before finishing him.
Even today, after nearing the age of 50, Angle can hit a suplex with the precision only a few of the younger superstars can.