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Re: Small guys as Main Eventers
I don't think it should matter but ultimately big strong guys get over, especially with young boys who really look up to that kind of thing
That's not a great thing to promote to kid (since i guess WWE is a kids company now). Kids can succeed only if they are born with exceptional genes that would allow them to be 6'4" and build 260lbs of muscle.
WWE could try to push a small guy as a every-man type dude. Daniel Bryan is the perfect example. He is average in height/build Spent 10 years working his ass off to make his dreams come true. Incurred many injuries but pushed on when many people would have quit. And finally makes it to the top. Thats a great success story and people love stories of the underdog that comes through with willpower and determination.