Wrestling is a unique performance art and entertainment form which combined athletics with theatrical performance. There are many great wrestlers in the world, of which Edge, Kurt Angle, and Brock Lesnar are the best professional wrestlers of all time.

When Edge was a child, he was a dream to be one of the most decorated wrestlers of all time. The Rated-R superstar first joined a wrestling training at the age of 17 by winning an essay contest. 

After working in an independent circuit, Edge debuted in the World Wrestling Entertainment in 1997. During his career, he has won multiple world championships, including 31 championships in the WWE and 14 tag team championships.

In 2011, he retired from wrestling and became an actor on shows such as Haven and Vikings.

Kurt Angle is the only wrestler to be both a WWE champion and an Olympic Gold Medalist. After having won a gold medal in the 1996 Olympics, Angle was trained as a professional wrestler. He has his WWF debut in 1999 and won the first world championship one year later. 

In 2006, Angle became a star of the Total Nonstop Action Promotion after winning the multiple championships in the WWE and the WWF. 

After having won many championships in the NJPW and the TNA, he returned to the WWE in an on-screen role in 2017. He officially retired from the wrestling at Wrestlemania 35, after being defeated by Baron Corbin.

U.S wrestling champion Brock Lesnar was victorious in both UFC and WWE thank to his athletic prowess. He made his WWE debuted in 2002 and won the first of his seven WWE championships a year later.

After having parted ways with the WWE in 2005, Lesnar wrestled in Japan and won the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. He made his UFC debut in 2008 and won the UFC Heavyweight Championship in November of that year.

In 2012, he returned to the WWE and had been a dominant force.