Not counting drawing power, merchandise sells or any of those boring figures and statistics per se but talking purely in terms of wins, losses, championships won, duration of their title reigns and the caliber of opponents they've defeated, who would you say is the GOAT in WWE history? And I'm only going by the past thirty years or so, pretty much since the time WWF/E became a national (and later, a worldwide) phenomenon. So Bruno and Backlund's long title reigns don't count since that would probably make them the obvious answers. For me, the answer has to come down to either The Rock, Brock Lesnar, Hulk Hogan, John Cena or the Undertaker. Hulk Hogan defeated pretty much every villain there was and held the WWF Championship for four years, Brock Lesnar accomplished more in one year than most do throughout the length of their whole careers and then later ended the Streak, The Rock beat Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, and John Cena (the big three other than himself) all at Wrestlemania and was the savior of the WWF in their war against The Alliance, John Cena's long list of accolades is well-documented and the Undertaker was around for so long that he beat virtually every prominent name there was and also has the Wrestlemania streak to his name. Notable mention goes out to Kurt Angle for being the first man to make both Hulk Hogan and Steve Austin tap out, both less than a year apart. So, just going as far back as the mid-1980's let's say, who would you say is the GOAT from an entirely kayfabe standpoint?