Some of the greatest wrestlers come from all around the world, Japan, Mexico, Canada, and yes the United States. More importantly, in this article, we're gonna look at the top 4 Pro Wrestlers from Washington state.

Keep a close eye on this list you may see someone you recognize from WWE or AEW! There's even more but I wanted to make sure we focused on some of the bigger names!

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4) Tamina the Granddaughter of Jimmy Superfly Snuka!

Tamina has had a few in Ring names but as of now on WWE Smackdown she goes by Tamina. She was born in Vancouver Washington and the granddaughter of WWE Hall Of Fame Superstar Jimmy "Superbly" Snuka! Following in her grandfather's footsteps she's already carrying a belt where ever she goes as she's one part of the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship!

 3) Shane Strickland

An up and comer in the WWE world Shane Strickland is currently on the roster of NXT known for grooming some of the top tier champions of the WWE. Shane is making a name for himself as the current NXT North American Champion. Before he was representing the gold he was going thru a lot of the independent circuits trying to make a name for himself including Lucha Underground, Combat Zone Wrestling, and Evolve. He was born in Tacoma, Washington, and is making his family proud as a champion!

2) Darby Allen

Born in Seattle Washington, Darby Allen is quickly becoming a big name in the Wrestling Circuit after signing a deal with new wrestling Company AEW (All Elite Wrestling) he's even been mentored by a WCW legend and WWE hall of fame Sting! But before his Pro wrestling career Darby was a semi-pro skateboarder. Darby's transition into pro wrestling was no joke as he was even the AEW champion for a bit. You'll recognize him on Wednesdays with AEW Dynamite on TNT! He's the guy with the half-painted face and going all out in any match!

 1) Daniel Bryan

Last but not least, Daniel Bryan. Daniel Bryan is a 4 time WWE champion, 1 time World Heavyweight Champion, tag team champion, Intercontinental champion, and the United States Champion. Bryan found himself successful in being true to himself and talking about his vegan choices so to speak. (He made everyone uncomfortable for liking to eat meat and on purpose) Bryan knew how to get a crowd going and still does, he was known as the "NO!" guy back in 2011 after screaming NO at the top of his lungs losing his Wrestlemania match. That quickly turned around when he changed the catchphrase from No to YES! Daniel Bryan was born and raised in Aberdeen Washington and is still currently involved with WWE. 

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