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John Cena Top 50 Matches in 10 Cenation Years by WWE 27-32/50
*ranking is made by wwe
late to the party, i switched off summerslam when brock’s arm was raised but apparently the live crowd booed at triple h’s tears?
words cannot express how hilarious that is.
“Within WWE, recruiting is now the highest priority it has been since more than a decade ago when WWE had the original strong class in Ohio Valley Wrestling. Gerald Brisco and Canyon Ceman, a recent Triple H hire, were recruiting new talents this past week at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. They were specifically looking at wrestlers, weightlifters and track athletes. Brisco was highest on a bobsled racer who he thought had a great look and who loved wrestling. The racer is the pusher for his bobsled team and may want to wait until after the 2014 Winter Games.”
This pisses me off a lot. I usually don’t use this blog often to complain about wrestling, but to me this is ridiculous. There are indies all over the country and world with guys that have made the sacrifices to follow a dream of becoming a professional wrestler, and instead of scouting those events WWE is looking at track and bobsled athletes. This is why the product sucks. If yoyu want to build a roster of loyal and talented athletes how can you do that by hiring guys that have no experience and probably little interest in doing so. This mentality that they can create a star out of any athlete has got to go. These guys will not work out, sure they may get over for a short term run, but they won’t have lasting longevity because as soon as they can springboard it into something else they will leave. Think about guys like Batista, Warrior, and Lesnar. All guys that were not interested in wrestling and took it all for granted. I am sorry but as a fan who spends money on WWE merchandise and shows I feel that this is a slap in the face.
Hmm. I am inclined to agree with you. Seeking out these talents from random places only gives them a sense of entitlement. But Brisco’s sentiments highlight exactly what they’re trying to do: “He was in love with his look”
That’s often what separates the people that end up becoming successes and don’t. I think Triple H said something along the lines of, we can find the Bret Harts in the independent promotions, but we also need some Hulk Hogans to be the huge stars.
WWE/WWF in-ring weddings happened in both the attitude and pg era (and the period in-between) and almost ALWAYS included some sort of massive drama. In my opinion it made great television.
Stephanie and Test’s has to be the best one, just because of what HHH did.