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ShowTime: The 3 most impressive WWE superstars of 2011

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Welcome to ShowTime Ladies and Gentleman this is my first Blog, however do not confuse me with any other amateurs because i know what im talking about. ShowTime is just a new concept in which i will be getting my views accross (and to grab your attention of course :]) anyways let's get this show started!

Alright first of i will be talking about 3 wrestlers in the order of how impressive and dominant they were during this year, with the lesser coming first.

And without further ado....

Dolph Ziggler

Dolph has come a long way, since being on the spirit squad as nicky, and being the intercontinental champion on smackdown. The first time i noticed Ziggler was when he was moved back to Raw and put under Vicky's wing. His appearences on Z! True Long Island Story had totally convinced me that he was one of the best if not the best heel in WWE. The whole Show-Off gimmick fitted him perfectly and what other way to push your superstars then to put them in matches with the likes of Randy Orton and CM Punk! But what really made me believe that Dolph is Main event material was the fact that he backed up his word every single match, with jaw dropping dropkicks and superb repeated elbows. His wrestling style would shut up the entire crowd. Then finally (and i mean finally) WWE took notice and they made him drop the US title to another man whom i will be talking about. And then they finally gave him the chance to move up into the Main event and tonight although he will most likely lose he will gives us one heck of a show!

And next....

Zack Ryder

His rise to fame is completely unique as he is the only person I can think of who got himself over without any help from WWE. Ryder was frustrated with not being used properly and not being given a chance to show what he is capable of, so he took a camera and started making videos. He uploaded these videos on YouTube as nothing more than something fun to do and to get his name out there a little. His sense of humor and Morrison-loving father endeared him to fans in a way people did not know he was capable of. His love for the business could be seen from how hard he tried to get over and what impressed me the most was his absolutely ridiculous catch phrase (WWWYKI !!!) his use of the question "Are you serious Bro?W and his overall unique image. For me it was a hard decision not to put him at the top, but there was one guy who definetly proved why he should be at the top.

So without further ado...(again)

CM Punk

CM Punk generated such a buzz, he made people talk about WWE again after years of boredom and absolutely nothing. He appealed with the shock value and kept everyone listening and watching, both with his voice and the way he wrestled. His series with Cena was one of the best of the last couple of years, and he continued to prove, regardless of opponent, that the WWE Champion could also be a terrific wrestler. He carried the company through 2011 and made wrestling "fun again", he was the catalyst of change. He overshadowed the entire Cena vs Rock fued in my opinion. Without a single doubt of my mind 2011 was CM Punks year for the taking!!

Thank you all for reading my blog (if anyone read it) and that's it for the debut of ShowTime!

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  1. pjpjr6's Avatar
    Johnny Ace won me over when he replied to CM Punk's challenge for a match with, "You don't want any of this".
  2. UltimateOpportunist's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by knox
    very good read man. I agree completely I wouldn't change a thing.

    If we made this a top 5 list mine would be,

    1. Zack Ryder - saved his career via youtube = impressive
    2. Dolph Ziggler - went from Chavo's caddie, to a male cheerleader, to a maineventer
    3. Cm Punk - changed the face of wrestling with the "Vegas Shoot"
    4. R-Truth - a very funny heel...something we haven't seen since Kurt Angle
    5. Christian - won the big one after 17years and proved he can work5 stars matches with ease

    Great read bro and I couldn't agree more about Johnny Ace lol remember when he said "I'm Mr. Excitement" lol I almost fell out my chair in laughter
    Lol i fall out of my chair in laughter everytime he speaks
  3. bearkg88's Avatar
    Enjoyed the read bro, spot on with Dolph. I really see 2012 being the year of Ziggler. I mean, I don't see Jericho being back for the full year, maybe till Summerslam? That will leave you with The Miz and ADR as top heels. You can argue Kane, but I don't see Kane being in the ME scene. I seem him being used to help push younger talent. That leaves a perfect opportunity for DZ to come into the ME scene, and stay there for a while. I am really looking forward to seeing what he does in the coming year. All in all, good year bro
  4. JPVictory's Avatar
    Right now Dolph is stepping up to the plate as far as mic skills and in ring performance, CM Punk has his hot & cold moments as far his in ring skills I think he's a little bit overrated & believes his own hype. R-Truth is funny and has something with Lil Jimmy.. I would love for WWE to throw a swerve to get Cole off the mic and turn him into a manager in some form by bringing him and Danial Bryan together would be great...Alberto is still a great talent to me, I would love for them to do a angle like what JBL had with HBK or Eddie G..
  5. Mizfit's Avatar
    No love for Cody Rhodes?

    Great blog though I would have swapped Zyder with Rhodes, the way hhe turned breaking his nose into a positive and how well he played the un-dashing gimmick
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