Bray's got more in-ring and character depth than Braun. I love both, but Bray is the better wrestler and performer.
Kofi Kingston is the better wrestler of the two for sure. R-Truth probably has more depth as a performer, but Kofi's the better wrestler.
Sami Zayn. Sami can do what Rey does and then some in the ring, and Sami's a way better talker. Both guys lost their masks, only one put it back on.
AJ Styles. I've never been one to buy into Bryan's claim of GoAT, but he's quite good and found his own unique charisma. AJ's followed a similar path, but with all of the in-ring tools almost directly out of the gate. I think Styles has adapted better with time and that he comes off a bit more sincere and charismatic than Bryan. Point blank: AJ's the better wrestler and AJ's the more confident and believable of the two on the microphone.
I think Elias has a lot of untapped in-ring talent that doesn't get put on display all too often these days, but there was a time where he was having great matches on Raw when he first came up. I don't know what happened between then and NXT, but for some reason he stepped up. The Halo Bomb is quite the impressive maneuver and I wish he'd bust it out more. With that being said, The Miz has more great matches under his belt for the time being, and he's done more than just a singular one dimensional heel character. Don't get me wrong, Elias does Elias well, but I feel like the gimmick has stifled him in so many ways.
Randy Orton, or at least now the answer's Randy Orton. Ask me ten years ago and I may have a harder time answering this one. They've both seemed to have hit a complacent patch in their careers, but Orton's still able to maintain a main event presence. Meanwhile, Roode's maintaining a more literal "Main Event" presence.
Kevin Owens. I think both are kind of in a slump when it comes to main event level matches, but of the two I think Kevin's more fun to watch. He sells crazy, he takes insane bumps, and he knows how to talk on the microphone. I've never been a huge Seth fan, even back in the ROH days, but he's not a bad wrestler by any means, I just sometimes feel like he's overachieved for his skill set.
Shelton Benjamin. While Shelton's not much on the microphone, I'd much rather watch a Shelton Benjamin match than a Dolph Ziggler match, even now. I wonder how many spots in matches Shelton created that every indy star has ripped off? Considering the TLC matches, the Superkick from Hell, the WGTT finish, and his bringing on the resurgence of the T-Bone Suplex, I bet the answer is quite a few. Dolph's been the same match, the same promo, and the same gimmick for over ten years now. Shelton's a bit more dynamic than that.
Now? The answer's Cesaro. Cesaro's got a strange charisma to his promos, a unique big man style, and just some ungodly athleticism. Brock had a lot of that fifteen or so years ago, but you're lucky to see something more than a german suplex out of the guy these days. Lesnar does have a strange charisma about him too though...still, as of now, I'd rather see Cesaro on my TV than Brock.
Brian Kendrick: Kendrick's an enigma in every respect. The guy tweaks his style and look every few years, he speaks in riddles most of the time, and he believes some of the craziest conspiracy theory trash I've ever heard. I've never not enjoyed watching Brian Kendrick in any respect, be it in the ring, in a promo, or doing a shoot about the lizard people who rule the world. The guy's strange, but compelling. Murphy's a good wrestle boy and that's about all he's got going for him.
Jack Galligher, but this one was tough for me. I think both guys have underrated character work, but I'd rather watch a Jack Galligher match. There's something so raw and smash mouth about it, whereas Gulak is my boy, but he gets lost in the sauce when trying to be a Chikara styled grappler.
Johnny Gargano. I love Ricochet and think everything he does is amazing, but Gargano's more of a complete package. He has main event level matches, he cuts believable promos, and he's a multi-faceted in-ring talent. Sometimes it pays more to be a jack of all trades than a master of one.
Roman Reigns. Roman's the more believable talker, has the better look, and wrestles better matches. Baron Corbin's a walking, talking, human root canal.
I'd argue Kairi's the better wrestler and the more plucky underdog of the two. Becky's a great wrestler and a good talker, but when it comes to in-ring work I think Kairi edges her out a little. With that being said, Becky probably has more range than the kawaii Kairi. Don't get me wrong, Black Lotus Triad was great, but even then Kairi looked like a cutie dressing up like a goth.
Alexa Bliss, but I will say that I find the visceral hatred of Lacey Evans kind of surprising. She's not a bad in-ring talent, she has her character down pat, and she has a great look. Could she improve? Yeah, and she probably will improve while going up against the likes of Becky Lynch. With that being said, Alexa's surpassed the need for a gimmick and has pretty much everything about her in-ring and mic game down pat. I even think she could potentially be a successful babyface down the road. She has more than one dimension, and right now Lacey's just got the one.
Io Shirai. It's an odd parallel because my main complaint about Sasha is that she can be reckless, whereas with Io I know that she can do more as a high flier but wont within the WWE system. Even with the language barrier railing against her, Io's managed to become both beloved and hated on a whim within NXT, and that takes a measure of body language and charisma. Meanwhile, Sasha can't seem to figure out "Who's The Boss?" as an in-ring performer or character.
I'll abstain from the last question because I haven't seen enough of Mustafa's stuff lately with the 'hero' videos and all that. I hear they're good, and Ali's definitely the more interesting in-ring talent. I think Breeze could have more range as a midcard gimmick act if they ever decided to switch things up on Prince Pretty, but there's still something very incomplete and thrown together about his in-ring game for me. Or maybe it's not incomplete, maybe it's just underwhelming. Still, based on my current knowledge of both men I'd say Breeze. With that being said, I haven't given Ali's new shtick a fair shake because I haven't been watching the main product.