It's not open at all. He said that Cena and punk are the Austin/Rock of this Era. That is an opinion. The question is "Who's the number 3 guy?"
It's pretty straight forward, i think his opinion in the beginning has thrown you a little.
Maybe you're right, but without setting parameters on what years constitutes this current era, I found it misleading. Oh well
Sheamus...what can I say that has not already been said a million times? I want to like the guy...he has a measure of talent with a dash of charisma and his look is perfectly suitable for the WWE but he has not really been interesting to me since he was a heel originally...talk about a guy in need of a overhaul (like so many) I mean if anyone seems like they are coasting these days it is the former "Great White" ... he just feels like the kind of wrestler just one GOOD feud away from really hitting the top...know what I mean...not bad really just meh...like Cena the kids like him and whatever...just hate to see someone with so much potential not utilized to the greatest extent possible...not that my opinions really matter to anyone else but myself...
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Orton's the bigger name, but his prestige is all leftover from the Ruthless Aggression Era. He's not facing the Undertaker at Wrestlemania any more. He's not doing hardcore matches with Mick Foley any more.
Daniel Bryan is from this era and he's relevant in this era.