I think they are both excellent shows. I think The Wire had a little more finesse in exploring the good in "bad people" and the bad in "good people" than Breaking Bad did, so I'll have to tally my vote there. But again, both excellent.
"There is no god; there is only us. Savage and fragile."
The Wire, I'm like 2 seasons behind on Breaking Bad. I like it but wouldn't even put it in my top 10 really. The Sopranos might be better than both, tbh. But I have a soft spot for the Wire because I'm from Maryland and like the familiarity and inside jokes.
I don't even know what those shows are, and I have never seen a single episode of either of them.
As for "two of the best shows ever created," that judgment is relative to the shows you've actually watched. I can't really judge for those two; however, the first season of 21 Jump Street was phenomenal, as was every episode of The Paper Chase; The Mary Tyler Moore Show was really good back in the day, M*A*S*H was outstanding in its first season, etc. I don't really see how you can judge something as "two of the best" when there have been so many that existed during and well before your time.