Chris Benoit

Biography: Often regarded as the "Internet Darling" since practically every internet fan worships him, Chris Benoit has made a reputation for being one of the most versatile workers of all time. Chris Benoit can do mat wrestling, brawling, and at times high flying. Benoit as a kid was heavily inspired by the Dynamite Kid. This man is known as the "Best Damn Technical Wrestler" in the Business today. He has wrestled all around the world, in Europe, Asia, Mexico, Canada, and now the US. In 1993, he won the Super Juniors tournament by beating El Samurai in the finals with a wicked Super Power bomb. In 1994, in the first ever Super J-Cup tournament, he beat The Great Sasuke in a $tyle classic with a top rope gut wrench suplex. After working around the world for years, he finally made his way to America via ECW. Got his name "The Crippler" for accidentally breaking Sabu's neck in ECW(Extreme Championship Wrestling) in 1995. He left for WCW in late 1995, and in 1998 he wrestled tremendousOften regarded as the "Internet Darling" since practically every internet fan worships him, Chris Benoit has made a reputation for being one of the most versatile workers of all time. Chris Benoit can do mat wrestling, brawling, and at times high flying. Benoit as a kid was heavily inspired by the Dynamite Kid. This man is known as the "Best Damn Technical Wrestler" in the Business today. He has wrestled all around the world, in Europe, Asia, Mexico, Canada, and now the US. In 1993, he won the Super Juniors tournament by beating El Samurai in the finals with a wicked Super Power bomb. In 1994, in the first ever Super J-Cup tournament, he beat The Great Sasuke in a $tyle classic with a top rope gut wrench suplex. After working around the world for years, he finally made his way to America via ECW. Got his name "The Crippler" for accidentally breaking Sabu's neck in ECW(Extreme Championship Wrestling) in 1995. He left for WCW in late 1995, and in 1998 he wrestled tremendous matches with Booker T and in 1997 performed very intense bouts with Kevin Sullivan. He left WCW after winning the World title from Sid in early 2000. Finally in March 2004, he was finally given the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XX. Expand

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tbd WCW Monday Nitro: Season 1 Sep 4, 1995 Himself 10
tbd WCW Main Event: Season 1 Feb 19, 1995 Chris Benoit tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 3 Jan 2, 1995 Himself tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 1 Jan 11, 1993 Himself 7.5
tbd WCW Clash of the Champions: Season 1 Mar 27, 1988 Himself tbd
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 1 Nov 7, 1985 Himself 5.0
tbd Saturday Night's Main Event: Season 1 May 11, 1985 Chris Benoit tbd