Originally Posted by Jim Force
Dude, the thread you posted is full of artsy-fartsy bozos living in a parallel "professional rasslin" universe in which they compare wrestling to ice figure skating. Meanwhile, here, in the real world, the art of wrestling still exists, too, and the masters of this craft compete with each other on a semi-regular basis.
You´re trying to tell us that the man who won an olympic gold medal with a broken neck is "not that good" compared to Junkyard Dog and John Cena?
You seem to think that Angle having a legit background is a legit credential on being a good worker. Think about this, Lawler is considered a much better worker than Angle and he's an out of shape man who moveset consisted on a fist drop, dropkick and piledriver. It's not about how many big spots you can do, it's about how
you use them.