15 Pro Wrestlers Featured On Time's List Of "The 100 Most Obsessed-Over People On The Web"

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The following pro wrestlers were featured in a new article on Time.com where they listed "The 100 Most Obsessed-Over People on the Web." We've re-ranked the list by excluding everyone not pro-wrestling related. They are as follows:

  1. Hulk Hogan
  2. Big Show
  3. John Cena
  4. The Undertaker
  5. Kane
  6. Kurt Angle
  7. Dwayne Johnson
  8. CM Punk
  9. Bret Hart
  10. Chris Jericho
  11. Edge
  12. Rey Mysterio
  13. Rob Van Dam
  14. Triple H
  15. Ric Flair

Click here to read the article in its entirety.

Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Shashank Bhandari for sending this in.

  • Splat

    Big Show? Really? Really?

  • ldb

    way to go Big Show! Big Nasty est. 1995

  • Dave Barton

    This list has no merit.

    • opie

      Not one bit. I knew something was wrong when I saw no women were on it, but after reading the article, I feel like journalistic credibility has somehow take a hit.

  • TimeForTom

    Why did you not put Dwayne Johnson under the wrestlers above?

    • Whammaster

      This wasn’t WNW’s list, its the list from this publication.

  • Whammaster

    Uhm, The Rock? Stone Cold? I mean come on =|

    • Mysterion

      The Rock is on that list…

  • Tony Rankin

    I didn’t read the article so maybe someone who did can answer for me: what in the hell are they basing this list upon?

    • opie

      This is like a grown man asking another grown man to cut his steak for him. Why not just read the article? It’s not that hard.

      • Tony Rankin

        Because I have no interest in reading it. I couldn’t care less about a list of 100 people that are stalked on the internet; much less read all 100 names. I simply wanted to know what would someone compiling a list of that nature would base it upon.

        • Lance UpperCutt

          but you have an interest? you want to know an answer….And wants the difference between reading a reply here and their reason?

        • Jesse Sherwood

          Google search prevalence and terms, social media numbers, news stories put out on them, ect.