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#6  Mr. Perfect vs Ric Flair vs Dolph Ziggler
Mr. Perfect was a great mat wrestler, who simply oozed charisma and swagger everywhere he went.  If you are old enough you may remember those promos with him using his athletic prowess to show that he is simply perfect.  If you are not old enough, find them on the internet.  Curt Hennig was always one of my favorite wrestlers as a child, because he could literally do it all.  
Ric Flair is in my opinion, the greatest wrestler of all time.  He had some of the most classic matches with Ricky Steamboat and Harley Race, and was of course riding high with the Four Horsemen.  Despite any mishaps in the ring, he always managed to steal the show, with his attitude and charm just jumping off the screen and into your living room.  Flair is a 16 time world champion, and based on that stat alone deserves to be hailed as the greatest.  
Dolph Ziggler has the potential to be the perfect combination of Flair and Mr. Perfect.  He carries himself with at businesslike demeanor which comes off as blatant arrogance.  He’s good, and he knows that he is good.  Recently, I watched him carry matches with Mason Ryan which would have been hell to watch otherwise, and he has proven to be a work horse, and in a way a throwback to the Flair era, with his wrestling multiple matches on PPVs and show stealing performances every time he is in the ring.  
This three way dance would be hands down, one of the greatest matches ever fought, and at the very least would be extremely entertaining.  

#6  Mr. Perfect vs Ric Flair vs Dolph Ziggler

Mr. Perfect was a great mat wrestler, who simply oozed charisma and swagger everywhere he went.  If you are old enough you may remember those promos with him using his athletic prowess to show that he is simply perfect.  If you are not old enough, find them on the internet.  Curt Hennig was always one of my favorite wrestlers as a child, because he could literally do it all.  

Ric Flair is in my opinion, the greatest wrestler of all time.  He had some of the most classic matches with Ricky Steamboat and Harley Race, and was of course riding high with the Four Horsemen.  Despite any mishaps in the ring, he always managed to steal the show, with his attitude and charm just jumping off the screen and into your living room.  Flair is a 16 time world champion, and based on that stat alone deserves to be hailed as the greatest.  

Dolph Ziggler has the potential to be the perfect combination of Flair and Mr. Perfect.  He carries himself with at businesslike demeanor which comes off as blatant arrogance.  He’s good, and he knows that he is good.  Recently, I watched him carry matches with Mason Ryan which would have been hell to watch otherwise, and he has proven to be a work horse, and in a way a throwback to the Flair era, with his wrestling multiple matches on PPVs and show stealing performances every time he is in the ring.  

This three way dance would be hands down, one of the greatest matches ever fought, and at the very least would be extremely entertaining.  

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    I would have bought a ppv just for this match.
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