This was not the only change as many who were placed in the "Future Candidate" section have been transfered to the regular list. The highest such entry is Triple H, who should be considered a future lock. He enters at number 6. With Scott Steiner's departure from TNA and with him being over 50, we have placed the Steiner Brothers on the list at number 27. Japanese Light Heavyweight legend, Jushin "Thunder" Liger flies into the number 33 spot.
In other news, the Guerreros were broken up, with Chavo Sr. penetrating the top 100 at 96. Riki Choshu leaves the Future Candidates to enter at 104. We also though we may have forgotten others from previous lists. As such, Skandor Akbar and Jos LeDuc debut at 162 and 188. Jerry Lynn and Angelo Mosca also make their first appearance on this list of 250 performers. We look forward to you r thoughts and welcome your opinions!
187. Jos LeDuc
The burly French Canadian, Jos LeDuc terrorized fans and opponents with his burly lumberjack persona for years. LeDuc plied his trade mostly in the American South after an extending beginning in Canadian territories. He was a very useful performer to have on a roster, as he fit the bill for tag team and solo runs. As a larger man, he…Add new comment