I think it's quite obvious it was the brain damage along with the stress of the death of his friends Guerrero and Grunge.
Roid Rage as MVP said does not cause people to kill their family. Roid rage is basically kind of a snap decision type thing and the victim recovers from it quite easily. It basically just means that have an explosive attitude at times but on almost all occasions they have the ability to realize soon after and calm down.
In Benoit's case, this took some planning. I'm with MVP, he simply lost his mind due to head trauma over the years.
Good list pal, just a few discrepancies I have to correct. Not disputing the list, it's yours and a good one, but here it is.
8. I think it's unfair (not just talking to you) to define Sting from the wwe career he never had.
7. Hart was good on the mic when he was a whiny spoilt heel, y'know, like the good characters are close enough to real life persona :P
6. Only one I'll dispute with. Well, we'll see lol. Biggest wrestler since the 90s. He was more of a brawler for such a long time because of his screwed up neck. He was actually an accomplished all round technical wrestler, crisp, some finesse, it's a shame what his neck did to his wrestling ability but we all know it didn't turn out so bad in the end anyway.
3. Yep, Hulk Hogan had to be there, no other option.
Now for comments on people you "left out".
Triple H - whether you love him or hate him, became the biggest heel in the industry spanning between 1999 - 2001 and then ran the show from 2002-2006 as a suit wearing heel. I loved heel H, and he should get more dues.
Kurt Angle - Once a total goof, he won over fans and became respected as an absolute machine of a worker. Personal problems don't really matter, what happens in the ring matters, and this guy has been a machine for so long. Could steal any show.
John Cena - If I do this list, I'll probably put him in mine. Not because I want to, but because he has been at the top since 05. Urgh.
No Edge or Angle!>
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