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    Even as a huge CM Punk fan myself, I would also say he tends to go the overrated side of things. Look, he is excellent at what he does, but be realistic. It's almost like everyone thought he'd save wrestling after he delivered "The Promo". He definitely kept wrestling relevant, but there is way more than him. (A lot of this could work for Cena too, save I never liked him and he never delivered anything like "The Promo".)
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    ryback, low mic skill, small move set and if he is against a big guy he botched his finisher ...
    he should be mid card at best
    He's also hit his finisher on that same big guy though. :3
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    This might not be right, but I say The Rock

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    If we do all time. Hulk Hogan would definitely be up there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amerinaine View Post
    If we do all time. Hulk Hogan would definitely be up there.
    The Rock if were going Of all time for me.

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    I want to understand the popularity of Zack Ryder because I wasn't watching when he started but from the little I have seen from him I don't get it. He just seems corny.

    I would say Kofi Kingston. I think he's talented in the ring but I don't care one bit when he's out there because he has never developed a good character. Ziggler or Cena are second. Guys that have something going for them but do things that make me want them to sink to the midcard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWrestlingGod View Post
    The Rock if were going Of all time for me.
    I completely forgot to add the Rock to my list. Never saw the entertainment, same old schtick every time.

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    Randy Orton most definitely. For a guy that can actually work inside the ring, he's awfully plain. Just nothing stands out about him. Besides baby oil.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    Randy Orton most definitely. For a guy that can actually work inside the ring, he's awfully plain. Just nothing stands out about him. Besides baby oil.
    If RVD and Jeff Hardy hadn't been in the WWE, he'd be known for Baby Oil and drugs.
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    alberto del rio is way over-rated.

    justin gabriel is way under-rated.


    nuff said.

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