Top 50 good guys in wrestling history

#50 Diamond Dallas Page

Diamond Dallas Page’s career in sports-entertainment is well-documented — from the moment he drove the Pink Cadillac carrying Rhythm & Blues to the ring at WrestleMania VI, to his legendary rivalry with “Macho Man” Randy Savage. Beloved by WCW fans and the WWE Universe, the New Jersey native represented a working class hero — a tireless competitor who earned every accolade.

Following the formation of The New World Order, DDP was one of the first WCW competitors to stand up to the notorious faction, becoming an “everyman hero” as he outright refused to join their ranks. During his heated rivalry with “Macho Man,” Page defended both his honor and that of his wife, Kimberly, against Savage’s brutish, nWo-inspired tactics. No matter the odds, DDP never backed down from a fight, earning the moniker of “WCW’s People’s Champion.” (WATCH)

If Page proved one thing throughout his career, it was that respect is earned, and his hard-working demeanor and support of friends, family and WCW made him a true good guy. — KEVIN POWERS