10. Most definitely wont be a face after ER. I personally can see Sandow being the admirer and thus the feud between the two commences.
8. This is difficult, I think the shield with tag + US title will actually make them look weak if you get me? They'll be in the WHC title picture late this year. I see Kofi winning by DQ.
7. This will be the match of the night. I have no doubt whatsoever that Mark Henry will go over cleanly. He'll be in the title picture soon with Ryback.
6. I'd like to imagine Big E helping Swagger win the match, however I don't think creative are entirely that, well, creative. I can see ADR winning, despite ever ounce of me wanting Swagger to be victor. Cross arm breaker on some structure.
5. Team Hell No will lose to the shield, i can see this being a really really good match with the likes of Rollins and Brian.
4. Yes, Y2J to be victor. I really want this feud to be over with. I'd like Fandango in the IC title picture. Perhaps at Summerslam. I'd also like them to water down his dancing character, we all know what his character is about, the long intro's are getting monotonous and boring now.
3. This can go two ways. HHH can win, thus having Brock out for a while. That coupled with Punk being out leave Heyman to work his magic on another superstar. However, I see Brock the victor in this match. This should be the exclamation point on the end of the feud.
2. The finish is almost obvious, it's going to be a draw where no man get's to their feet be it from out side interference or it just being a brutal match. I can foresee some sort of shell shocked off the stage thus resulting in 10 count for both men and keeping the feud alive. (Cena hasn't lost at ER and a draw won't count as a loss).
1. Team hell no vs The shield. I'm hoping for some twist in the WWE title match, like the shield intervening or helping perhaps Ryback. You can only wish.
Stop smoking weed
Its extremely hard to pick a top 10 but my top 5 in an order I'm still undecided about is austin hbk taker hhh mick foley
Here's my Top Ten for what it's worth, from a similar time period:
10 - Samoa Joe - Doesn't look like a "STAR" but has unbelievable agility for his size and is very intense. Watching him you really believe "Joe's gonna Kill ya". Not helped by some poor booking recently,
9 - Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase - Fantastic gimmick, great on the mic and very talented between the ropes. Never saw him have a bad match during his main career
8 - Edge - I'm a huge Edgehead, very solid all round, rarely had a bad match but only rarely stole the show unless in a tag team stuntfest or with Kurt Angle at Backlash 04 (I think) in the hair vs hair match
7 - Sting - My first wrestling hero from his WCW days. Character has evolved with the business, still acceptable in the ring, and loved his Sting/Joker persona during the Immortal storyline
6 - Bret Hart - Fantastic technically, decent on mic, would be higher if he wasn't such a crybaby and varied his routine a bit
5 - Mr Perfect Curt Henning - Greatest ever to never be world champ. Great matches with Hart, Bossman, Texas Tornado amongst others. Still looked good during his last WWE run. Shawn Micheals openly admits he based his big bumping style on Mr Perfect.
4 - Mick Foley - Fan since Cactus Jack on WCW. Ran 3 charcaters at the same time yet managed to keep them seperate. Always willing to put others over (HHH and Rock both won their first world titles from him), got Vader over in WCW, gave Undertaker his first decent feud in years, and went a long way to making Randy Orton with their Last Man Standing match.
3 - Steve Austin - Not just Stone Cold, but Stunning Steve from WCW. Fantastic worker until neck injury, superb with Brian Pillman in the Hollywood Blondes, led the Attitude era, heel turn at 'Mania 17 didn't work, but comedy gold with Kurt Angle. One of the best on the mic as well!
2 - Shawn Michaels - Took a lot of Mr Perfects strengths, and improved on them, fantastic as heel or face, changed tag team wrestling with Marty Janetty as the Rockers, and his comeback enhanced his legacy. Don't think he ever had a bad match
1 - Kurt Angle - Hear me out! This guy would have ben a star in ANY era! Has the toughness and genuine skills to match George Hackenscmidt, Lou Thesz, Bruno Samartino etc, had the mic skills to back this up, and the gold medal winning hero would have been a great face gimmick in the cartoon era, and got himself over in the attitude era. Happy to make others look good on their WWF/E debuts (Taz, Mysterio, Cena) and still happy to job for others today (Jay Lethal, Wes Briscoe) and gave James Storm his first world title as well as arguing for Bobby Roode to beat him in original BFG series final.
Who I've left off
Cena - Can't wrestle or sell, and don't rate his mic skills
Hogan - Overrated! Plus I've done this from 1990 onwards and he was well past it then
Flair - Past his prime, bar 1992 Rumble showing
Punk - Only just missed, give it 5 years may well make it
Undertaker - Too many poor fueds - Gonzales, Yokozuna, Underfaker etc
Savage/Roberts - timescale
HHH - Too selfish in mid 2000's to get the nod
Rock - Close. Had he had some great matches rather than mediocre ones on his return he'd be in
I actually like the idea of an Iron Man match between Cena/Punk.
As for the World Title, Ziggler VS Orton is something I'd wanna see.
WWE Tag Team Championship: Kane & The Undertaker VS The Shield.
US Championship Match: Ambrose/Cesaro
Originally Posted by rhyno535
I don't question your list because all this is your opinion and I will give you mine.
The thing I don't get is the thing that you write that there wasn't any better big guy in the business than Kevin Nash. Well of course that's your opinion but I can't agree with you about that statement. Undertaker is far more better from in ring to the character itself and don't get me on his storytelling ability. Cut the predictability crap. It's all about your mind. 50/50 the other wrestler beats the other one. The storylines have been better and better each year and I myself have been thinkin, this time Undertaker lose.
Hogan may have paved the way for Rock/Austin/Cena, but Sammartino and all the other great wrestlers/superstars walked that way 1000 times before Hogan even knew how to do a leg drop. Again my opinion. Rock/Austin/Cena is far more respected by me as a fan than Hogan. The way Hogan paved for these three superstars/wrestlers you picked that you talk about, well these three superstars made that way bigger. Sure I get, Hogan "made" wrestling. But Austin raised it.
I myself have never been a big fan of Cena or The Rock, hell nor Austin but the thing I can't stand is the hulkamania himself from the beach in a sunny Florida, Hulk Hogan.
When you ranked these superstars as you did on this blog, how do you rank them? Based on what? How they "captivated" you?
As I said this is your opinion and I am not telling you that it is a bad list or a good list, I am just curious about how you rank this list.
Seriously? You actually think Taker will lose? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
Blah blah blah. You talk out of your ass about Hogan. Learn to read - I gave an explanation of why I ranked them where I did. I also explained why I left off your heroes.
I agree with you but I wish that Rhodes would win even though he's not going to I think he could be a potential future whc if they put him in the right feud
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