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Seth Rollins ranks Number One on the PWI 500 List

By Big Daddy Kal, published on 29th August 2019

Seth Rollins takes the top spot on the PWI 500 2019 List.

With 2019 being a breakout year for the likes of current WWE Champion Kofi Kingston and other PWI 500 Alumni such as AJ Styles and IWGP Champion Kazuchika Okada. The current reigning and defending WWE Universal Champion has topped the PWI 500 List for 2019.

In an interview with Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Rollins said “As difficult as it can be, this is all I ever wanted to be in this position, to be having this conversation with you talking about being the absolute best wrestler on the entire planet,”

Rollins told PWI. “I don’t think there is a single part of me that would trade any second of it.”

The PWI 500 List is an eagerly anticipated list that dedicates its analysis based on Wins & Losses, Championships won, quality of competition, major feuds, prominence withing a wrestlers promotion and their ability.

The Beast Slayer has joined the likes, WWE Hall of Famers Steve Austin and Triple H, as the only Professional Wrestler’s to have earnt the top rank #1 spot twice. Seth Rollins has previously topped the list back n 2015.

The WWE Universal Champion spoke with PWI and shared his thoughts on joining to the exclusive club.

“Those guys obviously are elite,” Rollins said. “They are in a class all their own. They are Hall of Famers. So, to be mentioned amongst them is pretty special.”

Here is the following ranked 100 of the PWI 500:

1. Seth Rollins
2. Daniel Bryan
3. AJ Styles
4. Kofi Kingston
5. Kazuchika Okada
6. Johnny Gargano
7. Roman Reigns
8. Kenny Omega
9. Hiroshi Tanahashi
10. Will Ospreay
11. Samoa Joe
12. Jay White
13. Tommaso Ciarpa
14. WALTER
15. Cody Rhodes
16. Jay Lethal
17. Kota Ibushi
18. Adam Cole
19. Finn Balor
20. Jon Moxley
21. Ricochet
22. Fenix
23. Jeff Cobb
24. Kento Miyahara
25. Tetsyta Naito
26. Velveteen Dream
27. Braun Strowman
28. Pentagon Jr.
29. Johnny Impact
30. Bobby Lashley
31. Shinsuke Nakamura
32. Juice Robinson
33. Buddy Murphy
34. Aleister Black
35. The Miz
36. Drew McIntyre
37. Matt Taven
38. Randy Orton
39. Baron Corbin
40. Kevin Owens
41. Nick Aldis
42. Sanada
43. Zack Sabre Jr.
44. Adam Page
45. Tony Nese
46. Dolph Ziggler
47. Minoru Suzuki
48. Brian Cage
49. Rusev
50. Hirooki Goto
51. Robert Roode
52. Marty Scurll
53. Rey Mysterio Jr.
54. Pete Dunne
55. Ali
56. R-Truth
57. Dragon Lee
58. Jordan Devlin
59. Cedric Alexander
60. Jeff Hardy
61. EVIL
62. Jey Uso
63. Jimmy Uso
64. Kaito Kiyomiya
65. Low Ki
66. PAC
67. Shingo Takagi
68. Andrade
69. Matt Riddle
70. Sami Zayn
71. PCO
72. Big E
73. Tomohiro Ishii
74. Cesaro
75. Matt Jackson
76. Nick Jackson
77. Kushida
78. Naomichi Marufuji
79. Brody King
80. Austin Theory
81. Bandido
82. Roderick Strong
83. Chad Gable
84. Kyle O’Reilly
85. Sheamus
86. Xavier Woods
87. Drew Gulak
88. Rich Swann
89. Taichi
90. Suwama
91. Zeus
92. Rowan
93. Bobby Fish
94. Tama Tonga
95. Eddie Edwards
96. Minoru Tanaka
97. Tanga Loa
98. Dash Wilder
99. David Starr
100. Zack Ryder

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By Big Daddy Kal, published on 29th August 2019
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