WWE Hall Of Famer Names Their Top 4 Worst Wrestlers Ever

WWE Hall Of Famer Names Their Top 4 Worst Wrestlers Ever

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross stirred up the wrestling world by revealing his top four worst wrestlers of all time.

During an episode of his podcast, “Grilling JR,” Ross didn’t hold back in critiquing Ludvig Borga, Tiger Ali Singh, Brakkus, and Giant Gonzalez, highlighting their shortcomings in the ring.

Ludvig Borga was horrible. Tiger [Ali Singh] didn’t catch on, and we spent a lot of money on trying to get Tiger over. That didn’t work. Brakkus, as you mentioned, was not ready for primetime by any stretch, no way. As a human being, I liked the Giant Gonzalez, but as a pro wrestler, God bless his soul. He was just not very good.

Ross stated bluntly.

Ludvig Borga, who debuted in 1993, had a brief and underwhelming tenure with WWE, departing the company in early 1994. Despite a strong initial push, Borga failed to make a lasting impact. Tiger Ali Singh, another wrestler Ross mentioned, joined WWE in 1997 but struggled to connect with audiences. His career was prematurely ended by head injuries in 2001.

Brakkus, a German bodybuilder turned wrestler, also had a fleeting WWE career. Wrestling mainly in house shows from 1996 to 1998, he only made three televised appearances, never quite proving himself ready for the big stage.

Giant Gonzalez, perhaps the most notable name on Ross’s list, had a more extensive career. Wrestling for WCW, WWE, and NJPW, one of Gonzalez’s most infamous matches was against The Undertaker at WrestleMania IX. The bout is widely regarded as one of the worst in WrestleMania history, cementing Gonzalez’s unfortunate legacy.

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