10 Superstars who put the 'W' in WWE

#10 Chris Jericho

The closest thing to a regional territory-system throwback WWE has today, Chris Jericho has long been the perfect combination of both style and substance, carving a niche for himself as a technical master in a land of bruisers and brutes. The Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla honed his craft in the ring for decades in promotions all around the world before coming to WWE, passing through the hallowed Hart Dungeon before competing in Mexico, Germany, Japan (#SuperLiger) and everywhere in between before finally making his bones in ECW, WCW and WWE.

Jericho battles Cesaro on Raw

An agile, stocky rumbler who culls skills and maneuvers from every country he’s competed in, Jericho can throw a mean punch or kick and even take to the air if he so chooses, but he’s truly deadliest when he lets his old-school instincts take over on the mat (see his WWE Title Match against CM Punk at WrestleMania XXVIII, which morphed from a slugfest into an intricate mat contest that was ultimately decided via submission). A Superstar who can take opponents out with a knee to the face or an armbar (he knows 1,004) in equal measure, Jericho’s the kind of world-bred, well-traveled Superstar who can truly give his foes something they’ve never seen before. Those who enough to face him had better have a Corazón de Leon to match his own if they hope to ever, eeeeeever be the same a-gain.