But before we start off,here are some honorable mentions:
Mark "Rollerball" Rocco
Shirley Crabtree is a former rugby league player before starting out in pro wrestling in the 1950's. He was a big draw in various promotions and won belts such as the European Heavyweight Championship.
He continued to wrestler until the 90's having various feuds with the likes of Fit Finlay,Drew McDonald,Dynamite Kid,and his arch enemy; Giant Haystacks!
He is also quite known for his record breaking; 64 inch chest.
Although he never really got known in the USA,Big Daddy is a well respected legend in the UK and is one of the best big men the country had,if not the best!
Taylor isn't probably a "champion material" or a big name on any promotion he goes but he's been a great mentor to many up and coming; British wrestlers.
Dave Taylor has a passion for the business and even though he's underrated and despite the age,he still wrestlers well and inspired many young talent in his home country!
He had his ups and downs but is doing quite well for himself.
Magnus started off in 2008 on TNA where he had a lame Roman Gladiator gimmick,he didn't won any belts with it but he had a decent career on TNA and IWGP.
He then returned on 2012 and had the best run of his career,he had great feuds with various TNA superstars and even won the TNA World Heavyweight title. He's the first British man to win the championship!
Dave "Fit" Finlay
He would then went to WCW and instantly beat out William Regal,a very shocking moment to many considering that Regal is one of the top guys in WCW back then. He also beat Booker T for the WCW World Television title.
After the WWE bought WCW,Finlay became a trainer for young talent especially the divas. Finlay turned the divas from models to actual wrestlers! She trained the likes of Trish Stratus,Lita,Mickie James,and Victoria who would go on become WWE's best divas!
Also when Kurt Angle returned from the amateur wrestling and became a WWE superstar it was Finlay who trained him and we all know how successfully that turned out!
He would then return in-ring at the age of 48 in 2005 where he would have a feud with Bobby Lashley. He then also won the United States title and become had a fun pair with Hornswoggle.
Finlay fully retired in 2010 and still works for WWE backstage,as a trainer and agent.
Another great man that should be on the Hall of Fame!
He had an outstanding career on Ring of Honor,he would then win the ROH World Championship and would become the company's longest reigning champion until now!
McGuiness then moved to TNA where he had a feud with Kurt Angle and became Magnus' tag-team partner.
Unfortunately an injury would cut his career very early but he's still considered a great wrestler especially in his home country!
"Lord" Alfred Hayes
Lord Alfred Hayes started off his career in the 50's and would wrestle on various promotions in the UK. In the mid 60's he would then travel to USA to wrestle as a heel,his most memorable feud was against "Dr. Death" Steve Williams.
In the 80's Hayes would then be recruited by the WWF and became Vince McMahon's commentator partner for Tuesday Night Titans. He would continue to do this until on 1995 where he was involved in a serious car accident wherein the results he would be in a wheelchair in his life.
After suffering strokes,Lord Alfred Hayes passed away in 2005. WWE would give him a tribute in an episode of RAW by doing the ten-bell salute and a video tribute.
Dynamite Kid then found his way to New Japan Pro Wrestling and would wrestle his biggest rival; Tiger Mask.
He was then hired in 1985 by the WWF with his cousin Davey Boy where they wrestled as "The British Bulldogs" and had a great feud with The Hart Foundation. They would win the tag-team belts twice.
After Dynamite left the company,he would go back to Japan but due to drug abuse and injuries he was forced to retire. Since 1990 he was force to stay in a wheelchair for the rest of his life and on 2005 it was reported that one of his legs was amputated.
If you wish to support Dynamite,you can purchase his book at; DynamiteKid.com
Robinson found success not only in his home country but as well in Canada,Japan,and USA. He is considered as the "godfather" of shoot wrestling.
Because of this Robinson became a MMA trainer for UFC and has trained now famous fighters like; Josh Barnett and Ronaldo Delgado.
Unfortunately,Robinson passed away on March at the age of 75. He would be remembered for the works he has done not only in professional wrestling,but also in mixed martial arts!
He would have some great feuds throughout the years,from legends like Terry Taylor,Jimmy Garvin,Goldberg,CM Punk,and many more!
He won the European,Tag-Team,and Intercontinental Champion various times in his career and would also be a part of many great tag-teams.
Regal was not only a successful wrestler but also a trainer,probably the biggest named he trained is none other than Daniel Bryan!
William Regal still currently works for WWE now and is a General Manager for it's NXT brand where young talents and recruits get to showoff there skills before coming to the main roster.
Davey Boy Smith
He started off young in the business and would then go to various countries with his cousin; Dynamite Kid where they would find tag-team success as The British Bulldogs.
When Davey Boy went for a solo run,it wasn't a disappointment. He won the Intercontinental Championship against Bret Hart,and it is one of the best matches in his career (and this was back then when the IC title still meant something in the business.)
After a smooth career in the WWF,he would then go to WCW to find somewhat similar success as well. He would become Sting's tag-team partner and they had a great feud against Vader and Sid Vicious. Davey Boy would also headline a couple of WCW shows.
When WCW kinda went downhill he went back to the WWF,where he cut his hair short and would be involved in one of the best stables ever; The Hart Foundation. He's teamed-up with brother-in-laws; Bret & Owen Hart also with Brian Pillman and Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart.
His career in WWF spanned until in the Attitude Era. He saw his last match on May 2000,Davey Boy Smith sadly passed away early due to a heart attack.
His legacy was passed on to his son; David Hart Smith who had a decent run in the WWE and is now in various independent promotions.
Hopefully another new blog will be posted tomorrow.