Re: People Who Should have Never won a title
I would go for:
I didn't enjoy his reign at all. The guy was pushed to the top too quickly and I just don't think that he was good enough to be a champion. Sure, he was freakishly big (and I guess, in some ways, that is occasionally enough) but I think that after the initial shock of seeing somebody that obese in a wrestling ring, the appeal and attraction wears off. I remember watching as a kid in 1992, when Yokozuna debuted, and my friends and I were totally bored of him by the end of the year - before he'd even won the Royal Rumble. In the ring he was slow and monotonous; his character had little room for deveopment. Instead of Yokozuna, they should have put the WWF title on Mr. Perfect; he was white hot coming out of the Ric Flair feud / face turn in 1992, and got an even bigger boost when he beat Flair in a 'Loser Leaves Town' match. Mr. Perfect should have turned heel again, beaten Hart at Wrestlemania and then feuded with his old friend, Randy Savage, a little down the line. It would've been a great storyline.
I hated Diesel's run as well. While I agree that he was an effective heel, he was a terrible face because he always came across as a bully in his matches; he overshadowed and outsized everybody. The title should've gone to Owen Hart, leading to a huge Bret/Owen rematch at Wrestlemania 11 (after Bret wins the Royal Rumble). If they really wanted a Diesel title run, they should have had him as a big, cocky heel, rather than a smartmouthed babyface.