The 20 most dangerous Superstars ever

#16 Jack Swagger

Although the views and opinions of Jack Swagger’s manager Zeb Colter are controversial, there is no dispute that the “Real American” is one of the one the most dangerous Superstars in WWE history. His experience as an amateur wrestler is merely the tip of the iceberg in terms of what the former World Heavyweight Champion is capable of. A two-sport athlete at the University of Oklahoma, Swagger set the record for the most pins in a season and became an All-American in 2006.

“He doesn’t have to go out and prove to anybody how tough he is, because it’s obvious just in the way he carries himself,” Gerald Brisco said of the Superstar he scouted. “You’re not going to find any guy that’s going to want to challenge him.”

Less than five years into his ring career, the “Real American” has already captured the World Heavyweight Championship and the ECW Championship. He also earned a World Title opportunity at WrestleMania 29 by winning the 2013 Elimination Chamber Match. Any Superstar standing in Swagger’s way is in a bad spot.

“I don’t think there’s anybody that has the ability, the speed and the size to compete with him,” Brisco admitted. — KEVIN POWERS