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Old 09-29-2012, 01:01 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Default Re: Is being the biggest draw a good enough reason to be considered the goat?

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Originally Posted by Stanford View Post
Fine, then just put it that way. If you think Tom Cruise is a better actor than Marlon Brando, just come out and say it. A little more honesty, and a little less ambiguity. Please.
Brando was more talented.

Harrison Ford was a bigger star.

Something like this-Ric Flair was a better performer but Hogan was bigger.

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Originally Posted by Stanford View Post
So you found Bret Hart matches boring, and you say Steve Austin is more entertaining. So why are you so afraid to say that Austin was better at pro wrestling?

And on what planet is Tom Cruise more entertaining than Robert freaking Deniro? You've got this weird dichotomy of "better" and "more entertaining", when the two should be, in the entertainment industry, exactly the same thing.
I think he meant De Niro was more talented while Tom Cruise has been at better and more successful movies




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Drawing ability is the only objective criteria by which you can judge a wrestler.
True.This is why Hogan is the greatest.
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