Chris Benoit was the one I liked the most out of the three and I've always enjoyed his technical wrestling ability, submissions, and variety of moves at his disposal. I was happy to see him finally win a world title in 2004 in a triple-threat match against Triple H and Shawn Michaels. Probably one of the best Wrestlemanias ever. The only thing that's devastating is how his life ended and his family. Other than that, I still like what he did in the ring and will always be one of my favorites.
Kurt Angle was also another favorite of mine. He had many great feuds with Benoit as well and was also a good technical wrestler as well. I felt like he always played his characters really well and that he'll always be one of the many wrestlers in the WWE that will be remembered. He had great storylines and feuds and was also in the main event more often than Benoit and he always performed well.
Brock Lesnar was the Next Big Thing in the WWE and had he stayed I bet he'd still be a main eventer right now along with Orton, Cena, Triple H, and Undertaker. This guy was an absolute beast and he was the future of the company. I liked his movesets and he also had great amateur wrestling skills (I seem to favor this a lot lol) like Benoit and Angle. The F-5 was one of my favorite finishers and I liked how in Smackdown!, Taz would always say "Here comes the pain!" every time Brock Lesnar came out or when he did the F-5. I liked his feud with the Big Show and thought it was a great feud as well as his feud with Goldberg. I think the reason Lesnar left the company after only three years was because he was pushed so heavily from the beginning and basically beat The Rock in his like 5th month to become WWE Undisputed Champion (in my eyes to be the hardest championship ever to win with the largest roster at the time and only one title). Dude was killing every superstar out there and there was no stopping him. The downside was probably that Lesnar felt he had already done everything and that the WWE gave him everything on a platter. Anyway, he will always be one of my favorites despite his short stint in the company.
Other honorable mentions go to: Batista, Shawn Michaels, Rob Van Dam, Undertaker, and Kane. There's just too many to list overall.
Edited by Jerry 愛, October 27, 2009 - 01:09 AM.