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    list of strongest wrestlers in PRO WRESTLING history

    I Want To Learn About All The Strongest Men In Pro Wrestling History IN ALL eras, That Are Proberbly 265+, Every Time I See It, There Are Loads Of Huge Strong People, Especially In The 80s, Were It Seems Like They Were All Powerlifters And Bodybuilders, I Would Love To Know Who The Are. Like The Road Warriors, brock lesnar, ultimate warrior Ect, I Know Theres Loads More. put videos and pictures if you like.

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    (I KNOW THERE BEEN LOTS OF POSTS DEBATING WHOS THE STRONGEST, BUT I WANT TO SEE ALL OF THE STRONGEST)
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    i wonder what andrea could deadlift.
    where's my beer?

    squat 475 lbs
    bench 335 lbs
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    overhead 200 lbs
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    Either Bill Kazmier or Mark Henry. The End
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    I often wonder how good either Andre the Giant, or the Big Show could have done in power lifting circles had they ever chose to compete.

    I've heard Big Show barely lifts weights, yet presses 250+lb guys easily, and rumor has it he was challenged in the weight room and benched 500lbs with relative ease.
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    Originally Posted by James456 View Post
    Either Bill Kazmier or Mark Henry. The End
    pretty much...but also Ken Patera, Ted Arcidi, Doug Ortiz, Ivan Putski
    "Humility comes before honor"
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    Originally Posted by James456 View Post
    Either Bill Kazmier or Mark Henry. The End
    Kazmier by far the strongest wrestler
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    Kaz had too short of a run to really be called a wrestler. He did it, but that wasn't his main gig.

    There are a ton of really strong wrestlers, but that's not really what they train for. The guys who are just bodybuilders (like Warrior) typically suck in the ring.
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    pretty much...but also Ken Patera, Ted Arcidi, Doug Ortiz, Ivan Putski
    You're forgetting one of the strongest wrestlers ever... Bruno Sanmartino.
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    Let's not forget the following:

    Superstar Billy Grahm - Had benched 600lbs. COLD ARMS!
    The Warlord - Benched 600+.
    Big John Studd - Also a 600+ bencher and dealifted close to 800lbs.
    Ultimate Warrior - Leg-presses close to 2,000lbs. for REPS. His bench was 580something. He also body-slammed Andre The Giant WITH EASE AND NO HELP ON A LIFT-OFF and we ALL know how much Andre weighs. Hogan's slam of Andre was NOTHING compared to the Ultimate Warrior's slam. Warrior also gorilla-pressed Hogan(a 300+pounder back then) while Warrior was on his last bit of energy with EASE. I'm betting that Warrior did way more overhead-presses than he did flat bench.
    Dino Bravo - Has officially done push-ups with Earthquake on his back. It is said that at the age of 18 he was benching 500+lbs.
    Kurt Angle - Despite his size and poor bicep & tricep development, he's EXTREMELY strong for his size. He tosses around 400+pounders in the ring as if they are rag-dolls! And if that isn't enough, he belly-to-belly suplexed AND regular suplexed RIKISHI(a 400+pounder) from the TOP ROPES with EASE. Kurt is the perfect example of size means jack ****, you're either strong or you're not.
    Bill Goldberg - He JACK-HAMMERS the BIG SHOW! Eventhough he had help with the lift-off, he still manage to hold him up in the air before the slam.
    Nathan Jones - Just hearing stories about this guy makes you not to ever wanna try and challenge him or run into him in a dark ally. This guy used to RIP cell cages off the hinges in prison. He was also a WSM competitor. He would've destroyed Magnus Samuelsson in the arm-wrestling match IF Magnus hadn't used his body-weight to beat him, just watch the vid on YouTube and you can clearly see it. I'm not sure if this is true or not, but it is said that he pulled like 6 or 7 limos up a hill all at once, now that's INSANE strength. While his in-ring work was medicore, he DID toss his opponents from one corner of a turnbuckle all the way over to the other side of the ring with EASE and no help!
    Umaga - I'll NEVER forget this, it was some months ago, might've been last year. He went up against Gene Snitsky(a 300+pounder), tosses Gene to the ropes and upon coming off the ropes Umaga TOSSES Gene in the air about a good 4 - 5 feet in the air, catches him and samoan-drops him! I was in SHOCK when I seen that, it should be on YouTube somewhere.
    Brock Lesnar - We all know how strong that guy is/was. Had suplexed The Big Show of the top-rope and made the ring cave in. LOL
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    I disagree.... ken hepburn.
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    Originally Posted by PaHulkster View Post
    Kaz had too short of a run to really be called a wrestler. He did it, but that wasn't his main gig.

    There are a ton of really strong wrestlers, but that's not really what they train for. The guys who are just bodybuilders (like Warrior) typically suck in the ring.

    did you just say the warrior sucks in the ring...man...that hurts my soul
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    I heard kurt angle saying lesnar can bench 600 and squat 900.
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    Originally Posted by GlenJacobs View Post
    I heard kurt angle saying lesnar can bench 600 and squat 900.
    The follow-up story behind that was that Brock got PINNED at 600 on the bench.
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    Originally Posted by GlenJacobs View Post
    I heard kurt angle saying lesnar can bench 600 and squat 900.
    I saw a story on lesnar shortly after he quit wwe and tried to go to the NFL and it showed a short clip of him working out.

    He was pressing 405 for reps for relative ease but the amount of reps he did i highly doubt would have translated to a 600 lb bench. Probably closer to 500-525 or so.
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    Originally Posted by Quelly View Post
    did you just say the warrior sucks in the ring...man...that hurts my soul
    Haha yes I did. Warrior was garbage as a wrestler, but had a good look and gimmick so he went over. He had no moves, no matt skills, no air skills, he hurt other workers, and was just an *******.
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    Originally Posted by PaHulkster View Post
    Haha yes I did. Warrior was garbage as a wrestler, but had a good look and gimmick so he went over. He had no moves, no matt skills, no air skills, he hurt other workers, and was just an *******.
    but he enamored me as a 10 year old squirt and left a lasting impression in my mind....can't completely hate the warrior....
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    brock benched 475


    and above exsistence no magnus was using just as much bodywheight as nathan jones nathan had even turned his body but it doesnt mattter because you are supposed to use your wheight
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    Originally Posted by PaHulkster View Post
    Haha yes I did. Warrior was garbage as a wrestler, but had a good look and gimmick so he went over. He had no moves, no matt skills, no air skills, he hurt other workers, and was just an *******.
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    but he enamored me as a 10 year old squirt and left a lasting impression in my mind....can't completely hate the warrior....
    I can't believe that guy legally changed his name to Warrior....
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    goldberg's probably not the absolutely strongest, but he was pretty damn strong for his size (yes referring to jackhammer on big show)
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    on the recent muscle and fitness magazine brock lesnar was on the cover. and it said he benched over 500lbs and deadlifted over 700lbs
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    Originally Posted by KRN-GOOKX891 View Post
    on the recent muscle and fitness magazine brock lesnar was on the cover. and it said he benched over 500lbs and deadlifted over 700lbs
    Did it have his cycle?

    fer serious...


    Tony Atlas supposedly hit 600lbs in the bench and was ripped to shreds...what a build on that man. He admits to being juiced out of his mind though to the point he wrecked his health....which is a shame.

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    Mark Henry highest raw squat in a meet EVER!!!!! 948

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    I Want To Learn About All The Strongest Men In Pro Wrestling History IN ALL eras, That Are Proberbly 265+, Every Time I See It, There Are Loads Of Huge Strong People, Especially In The 80s, Were It Seems Like They Were All Powerlifters And Bodybuilders, I Would Love To Know Who The Are. Like The Road Warriors, brock lesnar, ultimate warrior Ect, I Know Theres Loads More. put videos and pictures if you like.

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    (I KNOW THERE BEEN LOTS OF POSTS DEBATING WHOS THE STRONGEST, BUT I WANT TO SEE ALL OF THE STRONGEST)
    1. Bill Kazmier
    2. Mark Henry
    3. Ken Patera

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    "BIG WILLIE" J.T. HALL
    http://www.criticalbench.com/JT-Hall-Big-Willie.htm
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    Originally Posted by Rawngus View Post
    brock benched 475


    and above exsistence no magnus was using just as much bodywheight as nathan jones nathan had even turned his body but it doesnt mattter because you are supposed to use your wheight
    LOL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDrijM0H_Uc

    I highly suggest you look at that video. Nathan DID NOT use his bodyweight, it was ALL ARM. It was his ARM vs. Magnus's arm AND bodyweight, that is WHY Nathan's arm snapped. At that time, Magnus had the technique, but Nathan CLEARLY had the arm power. Look at how EASILY he destroyed his first opponent, he had his opponent shaking off his own hand. LOL
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    Wow.....nice One Man
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    HERMANDEZ IS DAMN STRONG AS WELL
    CHECK THIS OUT
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    JOHN CENA HEAVY TRAINING
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    BENCHING 405 FOR REPS
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    PAUL ORNDORF WARMING UP FOR A MATCH WITH DEADLIFTS
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    Originally Posted by Above Existence View Post
    Let's not forget the following:

    Superstar Billy Grahm - Had benched 600lbs. COLD ARMS!
    The Warlord - Benched 600+.
    Big John Studd - Also a 600+ bencher and dealifted close to 800lbs.
    Ultimate Warrior - Leg-presses close to 2,000lbs. for REPS. His bench was 580something. He also body-slammed Andre The Giant WITH EASE AND NO HELP ON A LIFT-OFF and we ALL know how much Andre weighs. Hogan's slam of Andre was NOTHING compared to the Ultimate Warrior's slam. Warrior also gorilla-pressed Hogan(a 300+pounder back then) while Warrior was on his last bit of energy with EASE. I'm betting that Warrior did way more overhead-presses than he did flat bench.
    Dino Bravo - Has officially done push-ups with Earthquake on his back. It is said that at the age of 18 he was benching 500+lbs.
    Kurt Angle - Despite his size and poor bicep & tricep development, he's EXTREMELY strong for his size. He tosses around 400+pounders in the ring as if they are rag-dolls! And if that isn't enough, he belly-to-belly suplexed AND regular suplexed RIKISHI(a 400+pounder) from the TOP ROPES with EASE. Kurt is the perfect example of size means jack ****, you're either strong or you're not.
    Bill Goldberg - He JACK-HAMMERS the BIG SHOW! Eventhough he had help with the lift-off, he still manage to hold him up in the air before the slam.
    Nathan Jones - Just hearing stories about this guy makes you not to ever wanna try and challenge him or run into him in a dark ally. This guy used to RIP cell cages off the hinges in prison. He was also a WSM competitor. He would've destroyed Magnus Samuelsson in the arm-wrestling match IF Magnus hadn't used his body-weight to beat him, just watch the vid on YouTube and you can clearly see it. I'm not sure if this is true or not, but it is said that he pulled like 6 or 7 limos up a hill all at once, now that's INSANE strength. While his in-ring work was medicore, he DID toss his opponents from one corner of a turnbuckle all the way over to the other side of the ring with EASE and no help!
    Umaga - I'll NEVER forget this, it was some months ago, might've been last year. He went up against Gene Snitsky(a 300+pounder), tosses Gene to the ropes and upon coming off the ropes Umaga TOSSES Gene in the air about a good 4 - 5 feet in the air, catches him and samoan-drops him! I was in SHOCK when I seen that, it should be on YouTube somewhere.
    Brock Lesnar - We all know how strong that guy is/was. Had suplexed The Big Show of the top-rope and made the ring cave in. LOL
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