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Daily Discussion: Best wrestling trainer

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Today’s topic: Who is the best wrestling trainer of all time?

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19 Responses

  1. jake says:

    Stu. Had bret, owen, davey, neidhart, and a few others. End of story. Hart dungeon. Case closed.

  2. MiZery says:

    Only place that came to mind as well, Jake

  3. MC Live says:

    Hard to argue with Stu Hart. A few others come to mind as prominent, like Killer Kowolski or Johnny Rodz. Eddie Sharkey also has some great students. But the Dungeon aimed to be the best one

  4. MC Live says:

    That’s suppose to say “seems to be the best one”. Autocorrect. But I guess aimed might work as well

  5. D says:

    Larry sharpe’s monster factory

  6. Mr. Black says:

    Stu Hart. Killer Kowalski and Verne Gagne are close seconds.

  7. Zachery Badman says:

    By far Stu and Vern

  8. Dee says:

    In the past, Stu Hart and your Hart dungeon. Today is Lance Storm & Mr. Hughes.

  9. Adam says:

    Hart is on level of its own. But can’t argue with Killer Kowalski either.

  10. Roscoe Jones says:

    Stu. Hands down. It’ll be a long time before anyone comes close to turning out a pedigree like him.

  11. Josh says:

    We all know it was the WCW POWER PLANT! Come on! Na just joking The Dungeon for sure!

  12. Parallax says:

    The Shark Tank FTW!

  13. Shane says:

    With the exception of Stu who’s probably number one, you can’t forget Killer Kowalski, Verne Gagne, Antonio Inoki, Rudy Boy Gonzalez and Dory Funk Jr.

  14. Big Travis says:



    Stu Hart without a doubt. Killer Kowalski is a distant second, Verne Gagne a distant third. Hell, Gory Guerrero did a pretty damn good job too.

  16. paulthepackage says:

    Ric flaire

  17. nightmare says:

    There’s only one place that’s trained over 150 WWE and TNA superstars. OVW is the place to go now if you want to get a start in pro wrestling. Hart Dungeon, Verne Gagne, and Killer Kowalski all had great success at a time when pro wrestling was at its peak, and each of them has left a legacy that should not be forgotten. However, if you want to get in the business now, go to and click on training to become one of “Tomorrow’s Superstars, Today!”

  18. James says:

    Karl Gotch

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