Reading this made my day. Great blog. I agree with everything you've mentioned. I love that Del Rio won the Rumble. Of course, the guys I saw the Rumble with b****ed and moaned that he won, giving the same exact complaints. Hopefully they read this, and see where I'm coming from.
Thanks for the great read!
By the way, Punk has won 3 world titles, so saying "Yet, what’s to say these two won't hold the championship one day in the future?" for Punk isn't exactly accurate.
shelton benjamin is and always will be better than ppl like miz, and even morrison but didnt get a push..
I agree. Valid points mentioned. Del Rio was a good choice to win the Rumble. I like his character and his wrestling past so he does deserve it. He will leave a mark in wrestling. Bank on it
You have some great points here. But John Morrison deserves it more than anybody else. He have been here for a while, he has the in ring-skills noone else has, and people love him. Why isn´t he getting the chance?
I agree with much of this article, Bryan is an excelent wrestler. But what's holding him back is that he's not getting a crowd reaction, too me he's like the opposite of Miz.
I agree with just about everything the original poster said. And even if he doesn't get a world title reign, he can still have a great career. Look at those before him: Piper, Dibiase, Earthquake (who was mad over as a monsterous heel and face), and many more never got to taste the top gold, but are still being held as some of the greatest and most loved wrestlers. I never understood the whole "You have to win the big one to be great" concept. If that's the case, what the hell do we call Arn Anderson and Curt Hennig? I've come to terms that we may never see Kofi win the big one, but I'm content with that because I still have faith that he will go down as one of the most exciting wrestlers of all time once his career is at an end. The same goes for Bryan if he doesn't win the big one. He's still a holder of multiple championships multiple times throughout his already great career...and he's only 29!
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