Re: Analyze This: Greatest of All Times
This is a question? Of course it is. Wrestling is a business, part of a business is making money. Therefore putting the most butts in seats and attracting the most people to watch you is part of what wrestling is. It always has been, in wrestling to wrestlers and promoters, drawing money is the most important thing, you can be the greatest in-ring, greatest on the mic and all the other things you said, but if you can't draw a god damn dime, you aren't going to be at the top very long for any promoter. I do agree with the rest of your criteria, maybe not so much on in-ring as I believe it is ridiculously overrated by internet fans, but I do believe you need to add drawing power to that list.