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You call him intoxicated while you're the one that has Nick Bockwinkle in his top 5...funny
All he did was appeal to the hick crowd... which I guess is more than half so maybe you are right. To me, he was boring as hell to watch. Flip someone off, kick them in the stomach, Stunner, pin, drink beer. Yawn. He had the personality of a stick.
Let me guess, you preferred the "Stunning" Steve Austin version of the Hollywood Blondes lmao
You forget how hilarious Austin was, guy was funny as hell. I used to love how him and Vince would get into it. His one liners were priceless.
He really wasn't that funny at all.
He was so serious that it was funny.
Roody poo candy ass?? You call that funny? My 5 year old niece could muster up better dialogue than that.
This, those two were as entertaining as any wrestlers ever.
The Rock may have been the best heel ever.
Million Dollar Man is criminally under-rated
Not intoxicated at all but these kinds of threads are fun because it is all based on opinion. So in my opinion The Ultimate Warrior (1,2,and 3) were the shit! ! !
In ring, on the mic & overall performance, Bockwinkle blows warrior away. Chriis Jerhico even admitted that he borrowed alot from Bockwinkle & that NB was one of his biggest influences. Warrior sucked badly. You are a warrior mark & that is sad.
Rockne is upstairs shaking his head at you as we speak
& Ara Parseghian is looking at this right now cursing you.
Rowdy Roddy Piper
Stone Cold Steve Austin
was a big NWA fan
The Road Warriors
The Four Horsemen
The Rock & Roll Express
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I think any adult that watches rastlin is both drunk and likes to watch soap operas because that's exactly what it is ..... A mans soap opera . These are the days of our lives. Y'all can take rastlin and stick it up your rooty poo candy asses , can you smell what the truth is cookin ?
Nothing wrong with soap operas. Stefano DiMera is a great heel.
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3. Chris Jericho
4. Stone Cold
5. Macho Man
Chris Jericho, IMO, was the total package. In-ring work and mic skills were top tier, but he never was the larger than life character that Sting and HBK were, so I have him at #3.
I'm not a huge wrestling fan so don't know too much about it or anyone in the last ten years, but Shawn michaels .(sp?) has to he up there.
I can't believe no one included Bruno Sammartino on that list.
In terms of in-ring technical ability, guys like Chris Benoit (even though his name is forbidden around the WWE), Chris Jerhico, Shawn Michaels, Macho Man and the Undertaker (just because of his agility relative to his size) would probably be my top 5.
If you're looking at the top names/draws of their eras?
Hard to limit the 2nd list to just 5 guys, because dudes like the Rock, Cena, etc. are also huge draws.
I generally find wrestling hilarious, but loved it when I was a kid in the 80's early 90's. I'm not going to shell out for a PPV, but I'll catch some Monday Night Raw now and again.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
By '93 the characters and overall entertainment side were getting bland. Hogan was getting played out. Reminds me of when Jordan retired, everyone was kind of looking around at each other like, ''well now what?'' WWF needed Austin and a more mature crowd/following started tuning in. But since around 2001-2002? It is just pure crap. Completely unwatchable.
I enjoy TNA. Watch it every Thursday night. Not sure how anyone over the age of 14 watches WWE, though.
If we are going off of ring work my top 5 would be:
If we are going off of persona/mic work plus ring work
IMO complaining about Hogan, and to a lesser extent Austin, sucking in the ring is like saying Babe Ruth sucked on defense or never had to hit a slider. Those two and the Rock were the most over guys I've ever seen. I left Flair off my lists because he will always be a WCW/NWA guy to me same way Hogan will always be WWF. By the time they switched over they were shadows of themselves.
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