10 Most Believable Superstars In WWE History

Believe this.

What makes a good wrestler truly great? What components are crucial in creating a WWE superstar that will be remembered for the ages, long after their days in the ring are done? There's the look, the promos, the in-ring work, sure, but one characteristic sets them apart from everyone else.


Do you believe what you are seeing? Do you believe what this wrestler is saying or doing? You don't have to like it, but if you believe their actions could be legitimate, that's something special.

Especially today, few WWE superstars are able to capture that feeling. Blame it on the lack of kayfabe, a world where every spoken word originates from a script penned by non-talent, the expansion of social media, or even a generational difference - there's numerous theories as to why fans don't believe in wrestlers today like they have previously.

Most fans want to believe. For those few hours, they want to believe what they're watching is real - no different than Game Of Thrones, The Walking Dead, or any other dramatic television show. The following 10 superstars allowed fans to do that with ease.

The integrity and credibility behind these 10 talents should be studied by everyone in WWE today - if they want fans to believe.

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A former stuntman for Paramount Pictures, Matt enjoys sports, water skiing, driving fast, the beach, professional wrestling, technology, and scotch. At the same time, whenever possible. Having attended many famous (and infamous) shows including WrestleMania XV, In Your House: Mind Games, and the 1995 King of the Ring, Matt has been a lifelong professional sports and wrestling fan. Matt's been mentioned in numerous wrestling podcasts including the Steve Austin Show: Unleashed, Talk Is Jericho, and Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard. As a former countywide performer, Matt has been referred to as Mr. 300 for his amazing accomplishments in the world of amateur bowling. He is also the only man on record to have pitched back-to-back no hitters in the Veterans Stadium Wiffle Ball League of 2003.