If I had to pick one, probably be Sho. I'm a massive Yoh defender, but Sho's game as of now is more complete. Yoh does have a more compelling style but it's rough around the edges.
Seth Rollins. I prefer Kofi as a talent, but Seth's in-ring game is a bit more crisp and textbook in it's delivery.
Johnny Gargano, but it's close for me at this point. I'm still not the hugest Ospreay supporter, but he's molding himself into a good main event talent that doesn't take as many unnecessary risks and tells a better story in the ring. Gargano's a straight up storyteller who knows when to add flash and not kill himself trying to get over with simply moves.
Kushida. To go back to the original Sho/Yoh question, Kushida's what Yoh could be someday. Yoh's not there yet, but Kushida's quite the well rounded 'rassler, complete with flashy moves and great joint manipulating submission work.
Finn. Granted, I haven't seen enough of El P in singles action to make a full assessment. He's definitely flashier, but Finn's very crisp with his delivery of what he does and makes it feel believable.
Punk. I debated on this one long and hard because Punk's style doesn't look as clean, and Hennigan's had quite a few great main event bouts under his belt at this point, but I don't think any have reached the legendary status of what Punk has accomplished in the ring everywhere he's landed. It might come down to steak over sizzle again, but Punk's the better wrestler of the two.
Owen, and I base it solely on the fact that I've heard that Dean was very particular with how he wrestled a match. Owen had his flaws too. Sometimes he got a bit too light on his feet and overzealous in the ring, but it almost goes back to the point I made with Hennigan. I can name maybe one legendary Dean Malenko match, whereas Owen's had quite a few around the world.
This one's tough for me...I'll say Liger. I feel like they wrestle very complimentary styles to one another, and I could definitely see the Liger influence in how Tanahashi moves in the ring. Both have carried on their careers long after many thought they'd be able to by adapting their styles. Tanahashi's had more high profile matches, but Liger's had more accolades and maybe as many legendary feuds and encounters. I think the topper for me is the fact that Liger can pop out some powerhouse stuff now and again, where as Tanahashi works like a junior heavyweight. There's nothing wrong with that, but if I were to give Liger the edge it would be because he's slightly more diverse.
Steamboat. I've harped on how the guy would close shows in the Mid-South by calling 60+ minute matches on the fly during events that didn't even really matter in matches that no one will remember. Savage was way more meticulous, to the point that Steamboat said at the time that he didn't want to work with Savage ever again after their Wrestlemania 3 match. Steamboat also had better years ahead of him in-ring, whereas Randy hit the juice hard in the 90's and his in-ring game suffered for it.
Oh God...Ishii. I love Evil and I think New Japan has plans for him, but Ishii could have a four star match with just about anyone, pour his heart into it, and more times than not, walk away on the losing end of things. I've seen Evil falter around veterans, whereas Ishii's drug numerous good bouts out of Taichi, which is like squeezing blood from a stone at times.
Flair. Flair never phoned it in.
Prime KENTA might be my answer. Current KENTA isn't lighting my world on fire though. It's close though, because he and Shibata are near mirror image as in-ring competitors.
AJ Styles. If it weren't true I think Shawn would've gotten in the ring with him. I half joke when I say that. AJ's this generation's HBK in a lot of ways, minus the crummy attitude that ruins what could've been legendary encounters.
It's hard to say. I feel like they've both suffered being absent from each other's careers. Omega might get the goat for me simply because he pulled a better match out of Jericho.
I think Regal simply because of the longevity of his in-ring game. Misawa didn't age like a fine wine in the ring. He never got unbearable to watch from what I understand, but Regal doesn't seem like he ever lost a step.
These were hard. You got two good answers out of them at least.