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post #122 of (permalink) Old 01-29-2013, 07:16 PM
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Re: Ziggler defines overrated...

sometimes i think people makes things way more complicated than they already are. I don't need to bring in mic work, in ring work and charisma to justified me liking a wrestler, i connect with him, sometimes is really that simple

I like the fact that he started off as a nobody and busted his ass off to get better, is he the best performer? no, I think not. is he my favorite? you can bet your asses.

Now.. with this in mind i can aknowledge his limits, but i thinks that his limits come from inexperience, he is a wwe guy, he know pretty much only that kind of world and like it or not, while many time our favorites seems buried by the booking, they are often protected, they don't get the chance to shine until they are ready (or vince thinks so anyway)

Ziggler didn't find himself often in a sink or swim situation, he never got the chance to tune up his character, his taunt, his in ring style and to understand what connects with the crowd.. i don't think dolph is a natural what he got comes from training and studying, so let the guy be, let him learn, he will tune things up the more wwe will let him free

yes, his promo often seems forced but sometimes he shows he can do a pretty good promo, the skills are there he only needs to master them

and about his in ring work, c'mon guys now, selling and bumping is not the only things he can do, just watch his match with bryan a few month ago, or his matches with sheamus, or his matches with cena.. is he the best? again, maybe no, but that doesn't make him necessary bad

sorry for my bad english
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