Located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Workforce Professional Training Center continues the tradition of producing the best professional wrestlers in the world. Imagine being named alongside such Calgary-trained wrestlers as “Bad News Brown”, Owen Hart, Brian Pillman, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, Christian, Davey Boy Smith, Dynamite Kid, Edge, Gorilla Monsoon, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, The Honky Tonk Man, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, Junkyard Dog, Ken Shamrock, Roddy Piper, Tyson Kidd & Natalya Neidhart. All these wrestling stars were trained in Calgary, and all their training stemmed in one way or another from the infamous Hart Dungeon or by one of the many Workforce Fitness Performance Center coaches.
Workforce Fitness Performance Center is an International Training Center with world-renowned coaches that transform Workers into Performers by educating & molding diverse students of different faiths, ages, genders and cultures to have respect for each other’s intrinsic value. WFPC develops the moral, ethical and professional competencies for successful living, working, leadership and service to others.
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10 Greatest Canadian Wrestlers of All Time
A Countdown of the Greatest Canadian Wrestlers of All Time.
There is a rich history of Canadian Professional Wrestling that goes back nearly a century when Maple Leaf Wrestling opened its doors in 1930 and produced a player like future WWF on-screen President, Jack Tunney. Maple Leaf made way for Stu Hart’s Stampede Wrestling out of Calgary in 1948 and out of Hart’s acclaimed Dungeon came some of the best wrestlers the world has ever seen.
Gauging the talent north of the border, in 1984 Vince McMahon dipped into the field and bought Stampede, ushering in numerous Canadian Stars including The Hart Foundation, Rick Martel, The Rougeau Brothers & Dino Bravo. This influx of talent and prestige turned the WWF into what it is today. After selling the company back to Stu Hart after purging the top wrestlers, Stampede remained strong until closing its doors in 2008. These two promotions made it possible for pro wrestling to flourish in the Great White North as there are currently well over 50 active promotions producing live shows yearly.
To this day, Canada is still very well represented in the industry as the likes of Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Eric Young, Bobby Roode, Tyler Breeze & Tye Dillinger all currently compete in the WWE.
The following list of Canadian Wrestlers turns out to be some of the very best workers to ever grace the squared circle. This list is based on in-ring skill, success, longevity, and impact on the sport.
We countdown the Top 10 Greatest Canadian Wrestlers of All Time.
Top 10 Greatest WWE Wrestlers of All Time
WWE – World Wrestling Entertainment, is an American Integrated Media & Entertainment Company primarily known for professional wrestling. The WWE has also branched out into other fields, including movies, real estate & various other business ventures.
We countdown the Top 10 Greatest WWE Wrestlers of All-Time.