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Alberto Del Rio
11-30-2011, 03:18 PM
If you would want one of those legends to return full time in ring work for WWE who would you want? Brock Lesnar or The Rock. For me I like both but I would choose Brock Lesnar because I just like to see him destroy all the superstars.

No_1eddiefan
11-30-2011, 03:19 PM
Brock Lesnar because Stone Cold would come back to wrestle him then.

Alberto Del Rio
11-30-2011, 03:24 PM
Brock Lesnar because Stone Cold would come back to wrestle him then.

Me too I think that Brock Lesnar could also get a huge Crowed reaction just like the rock.. imagine if you were in RAW and Brock Lesnars' music plays I bit the crowed would go crazy

SESAfro
11-30-2011, 03:25 PM
I'd vote for neither. There time is up. Sporadic appearances for me thanks.

gruendar
11-30-2011, 04:19 PM
Did everyone forget what Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg did when they left this company. They mocked the sport and fans as a whole. They went on tv and radio and spewed garbage on the industry. This has been a continual thing. So don't even compare the Rock to Lesnar. One's a Legend / One's an Ass!!!

Best Quoted 2 years ago on same subject by: The Clown Prince of Crime
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Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg WM 20 was a dream match for some at the time. Lesnar had a similar "unstoppable monster" gimmick that Goldberg had in the late 90s.

Here's the thing, Lesnar announced that he got out of his WWE contract to pursue the NFL. WWE had signed Goldberg to only a limited amount of appearances for the previous year, and this was his last match. He also was very jaded with the wrestling business. So, you had two people on their way out and both could had really given a **** at all when they were in the ring.

The match consisted of of stalling... more stalling... did I mention LOTS of stalling? The crowd was chanting "You sold out!" to Lesnar. Brock Lesnar lost his cool and flipped off the crowd. The guest referee was Stone Cold Steve Austin, and he got the biggest pop of the match when delivered a Stone Cold Stunner to Brock Lesnar. We also got a few seconds of another dream match we've always wanted as Steve Austin delivered a Stunner delivered to Goldberg.

There has been lots of bad "big time" matches at Wrestlemania. However, in those matches, the wrestlers at least tried to tell a story and put something out there in those matches, even if it was horrible. If they didn't try, we at least got an "autopilot." We didn't even get that here! These guys didn't give a **** about the match, making history, or the fans.

"

Hope my point is made

Shining Light
11-30-2011, 05:12 PM
I'd vote for neither. There time is up. Sporadic appearances for me thanks.

Agreed. Even if either of them made a "full - time" comeback, it would only last a couple of months

Reloval
11-30-2011, 06:19 PM
I vote for Eddie Guerrero, he actually cared about the business.

wired aardvark
11-30-2011, 06:41 PM
I vote for Eddie Guerrero, he actually cared about the business.


Just gotta find a cure for death first..Viva la raza baby

Bruiser jones
11-30-2011, 07:28 PM
The rock of course but I would love to see brock beat the breaks off that joke zack ryder

HolyJose2391
11-30-2011, 07:36 PM
Just gotta find a cure for death first..Viva la raza baby

I'm currently working on that.....my scientiest seem to failing....too many Zombies turning into Resident Evil here.

Seriously though Brock and Rock are great ENTERTAINERS...Hell Lesner is extremely athletic but I can't forgive him for that WM 20 match that was the first WM i ever watched and it was boring as hell.

HolyJose2391
11-30-2011, 07:37 PM
Actually here is a crazy idea. How about we don't talk about past wrestlers who lets face it are past their prime and talk about the future of the WWE and the current stars to carry the company into the future

Pumpkinhead
11-30-2011, 07:39 PM
Just gotta find a cure for death first..Viva la raza baby

The Dragon Balls...

Vegas
11-30-2011, 07:41 PM
How about neither. Why don't we push the young guns instead of bringing back "legends" who will hog the spot light from those who deserve it.

Pumpkinhead
11-30-2011, 07:42 PM
Actually here is a crazy idea. How about we don't talk about past wrestlers who lets face it are past their prime and talk about the future of the WWE and the current stars to carry the company into the future

Someone just got sig...

Reloval
11-30-2011, 07:48 PM
Just gotta find a cure for death first..Viva la raza baby

To have one of the other two come back full time would be equally as difficult and have less of a result.

Dr. Death
11-30-2011, 07:52 PM
Brock Lesnar obviously. The Rock has always gotten his a** handed to him by Lesnar. Brock is still in shape. He's in better fighting shape than Rock and can still go. There is no other WWE star who has ever went from wrestling to MMA full time like Brock did. Anyone can be in a movie, but not everyone can fight, especially in the MMA or UFC. However I still believe that the younger stars should be given their chance to shine.

LegendsMadeWrestling
11-30-2011, 09:29 PM
How about neither. Why don't we push the young guns instead of bringing back "legends" who will hog the spot light from those who deserve it.

Legends who will hog the spot light LOL!!! just like Cena hogs the spotlight, just like Randy Orton hogs the spotlight and the rest get treated like crap. Sorry buddy but Legends >> WWE Roster of today

http://i721.photobucket.com/albums/ww211/jrsckilla23/302013_278231178861466_247118128639438_1081489_962 762899_n.jpg

SESAfro
11-30-2011, 09:47 PM
Legends who will hog the spot light LOL!!! just like Cena hogs the spotlight, just like Randy Orton hogs the spotlight and the rest get treated like crap. Sorry buddy but Legends >> WWE Roster of today

http://i721.photobucket.com/albums/ww211/jrsckilla23/302013_278231178861466_247118128639438_1081489_962 762899_n.jpg
Randy hasn't been in the main spotlight for sometime. After Hell in a Cell, he's been helping Cody get over more and is currently helping Barrett. So, it's okay. John Cena is number one so he's not going anywhere. Plus, Ryder was on his team on a Raw and Ryder got much more love than Cena did.

Legends made wrestling but they can't always be in wrestling. It'll get pretty sad if they were always here. Just look at Ric Flair.

BlazersDozen
11-30-2011, 10:00 PM
I'd like to see neither & just want WWE to finish this rebuild. It'd be a lot easier if Cena was like Orton & willing to put ppl over.

Alberto Del Rio
11-30-2011, 10:26 PM
There is no other WWE star who has ever went from wrestling to MMA full time like Brock did. Anyone can be in a movie, but not everyone can fight, especially in the MMA or UFC.

I Liked that one :)

Reichwulf
11-30-2011, 10:37 PM
Brock Lesnar obviously. The Rock has always gotten his a** handed to him by Lesnar. Brock is still in shape. He's in better fighting shape than Rock and can still go. There is no other WWE star who has ever went from wrestling to MMA full time like Brock did. Anyone can be in a movie, but not everyone can fight, especially in the MMA or UFC. However I still believe that the younger stars should be given their chance to shine.

What about ken shamrock and steve blackman

LegendsMadeWrestling
12-01-2011, 02:12 AM
Actually here is a crazy idea. How about we don't talk about past wrestlers who lets face it are past their prime and talk about the future of the WWE and the current stars to carry the company into the future

And who's that Cm Punk LOL, Randy Orton LOL and John Cena LMFAO these guys can't even put on a great promo that gets the people cheering for them I mean Cm Punk has only done 5 good promos since his shoot, Randy Orton sounds like Robocop when cuts a promo and John Cena (Crickets) Nuff Said

evilgenius780
12-01-2011, 02:43 AM
When I think of Brock Lesnar, I remember him busting Hardcore Holly's neck, or dropping A train on his head. Even botching the shooting star press on Angle at Mania..I wouldn't want to see him back, too much risk of injuring their current talent.

Regal>Cena
12-01-2011, 04:17 AM
Lesnar is still only 34, I think if he came back he could have a few good years in him. I think the thing is though he doesn't want to be on the road full time; the only way he would probably come back would be if he got to work a lighter schedule like 'Taker or HBK used to.

VanHooliganX
12-01-2011, 04:36 AM
I'd vote for neither. There time is up. Sporadic appearances for me thanks.

Pretty much my opinion too.

Maybe a match to push someone who needs it...maybe.

Subject Zero
12-01-2011, 04:41 AM
Brock Lesnar for 2 reasons

1) I love The Rocks films and he needs to be in more


2) WWE needs an unbeatable character type and Brock Lesnar(apart from The Undertaker) was in my opinion the best.

wired aardvark
12-01-2011, 05:25 AM
To have one of the other two come back full time would be equally as difficult and have less of a result.

As difficult as raising the dead? Christ you got some skills bro

steveorton
12-01-2011, 06:20 AM
Did everyone forget what Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg did when they left this company. They mocked the sport and fans as a whole. They went on tv and radio and spewed garbage on the industry. This has been a continual thing. So don't even compare the Rock to Lesnar. One's a Legend / One's an Ass!!!

Best Quoted 2 years ago on same subject by: The Clown Prince of Crime
"
Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg WM 20 was a dream match for some at the time. Lesnar had a similar "unstoppable monster" gimmick that Goldberg had in the late 90s.

Here's the thing, Lesnar announced that he got out of his WWE contract to pursue the NFL. WWE had signed Goldberg to only a limited amount of appearances for the previous year, and this was his last match. He also was very jaded with the wrestling business. So, you had two people on their way out and both could had really given a **** at all when they were in the ring.

The match consisted of of stalling... more stalling... did I mention LOTS of stalling? The crowd was chanting "You sold out!" to Lesnar. Brock Lesnar lost his cool and flipped off the crowd. The guest referee was Stone Cold Steve Austin, and he got the biggest pop of the match when delivered a Stone Cold Stunner to Brock Lesnar. We also got a few seconds of another dream match we've always wanted as Steve Austin delivered a Stunner delivered to Goldberg.

There has been lots of bad "big time" matches at Wrestlemania. However, in those matches, the wrestlers at least tried to tell a story and put something out there in those matches, even if it was horrible. If they didn't try, we at least got an "autopilot." We didn't even get that here! These guys didn't give a **** about the match, making history, or the fans.

"

Hope my point is made

Spot on my friend. Both Lesnar and Goldberg were asses imo and had no passion for the business, all they cared about was getting paid.

twoot2
12-01-2011, 08:04 AM
Both of them have moved on from wwe one is a UFC fighter and the other a movie star so you wouldnt see either of them come back for a full time return.I would pick Lesnar though because hes still young and in good shape and can go a few years The Rocks in great shape too but lets face it he has nothing left to do in the wwe and i personally wouldnt want to see him back full time in this "PG" kid friendly show that they have on also it wouldnt help wwe build their younger stars in the slightest.

Y2Jryder
12-01-2011, 08:16 AM
I choose Chris Benoit,

but because I can't choose him I choose The Rock

AndyWonder
12-01-2011, 09:07 AM
I would select The Rock. He wrestles Cena at Wrestlemania 28, THEN stays through the rest of the year full time to build up a feud with heel-turned Randy Orton; a "battle of the 3rd generations!" Either for Summerslam or Wrestlemania 29.

Reloval
12-01-2011, 01:48 PM
As difficult as raising the dead? Christ you got some skills bro

Point being neither are coming back so don't hold your breath. Both have moved on to much bigger and better things. They would be stupid to come back full time.much more work for less reward.

Dubs
12-01-2011, 03:39 PM
And who's that Cm Punk LOL, Randy Orton LOL and John Cena LMFAO these guys can't even put on a great promo that gets the people cheering for them I mean Cm Punk has only done 5 good promos since his shoot, Randy Orton sounds like Robocop when cuts a promo and John Cena (Crickets) Nuff Said
John Cena, CM Punk, and Randy Orton are carrying the company right now. And you say they can't cut a promo to get a reaction from the fans? Seriously? These three guys (Including Zack Ryder) gets the biggest crowd reaction whether its getting cheered or booed.

I want to see what the future of WWE wrestlers have to offer. I like both Brock Lesnar and The Rock but I'm interested in guys like CM Punk, John Cena, The Miz, and Randy Orton with the future main-eventers. in Dolf Ziggler, Cody Rhodes, and Zack Ryder

Pumpkinhead
12-01-2011, 04:11 PM
I want to see what the future of WWE wrestlers have to offer. I like both Brock Lesnar and The Rock but I'm interested in guys like CM Punk, John Cena, The Miz, and Randy Orton with the future main-eventers. in Dolf Ziggler, Cody Rhodes, and Zack Ryder

Don't forget Barrett, and posibly Alex Riley

Wade Barrett 1979
12-01-2011, 04:14 PM
Don't forget Barrett

Especially Barrett! The Barrage will go on!!!

DonCorleone
12-01-2011, 10:11 PM
I would personally say The Rock because it would just make the storyline BIGGER, BADDER, and BETTER although I'd like to see Brock Lesnar pound the shit out of any other wrestler ... I mean ENTERTAINER.

AreYaSerious
12-01-2011, 10:41 PM
When I think of Brock Lesnar, I remember him busting Hardcore Holly's neck, or dropping A train on his head. Even botching the shooting star press on Angle at Mania..I wouldn't want to see him back, too much risk of injuring their current talent.

Agreed! I like Brock Lesnar, and he was great. However he did have a lot of incidents like that.

Murphdogg4
12-02-2011, 04:32 AM
As a fan of a sport that is entertaining over sports entertainment I'll take Brock with Paul E as his mouthpiece. But if I had stock in the WWE I would of course take the Rock.