Heel Turn on James Ellsworth
Join Date: Jul 2012
Analyze this: Styles make Fights
The famed cliche of boxing, Styles make fights. Depending upon the style of the two boxers, it can be predicted to an extent as to how the fight would go and who has the advantage over the other.
Does this hold good for pro-wrestling? Which combination of styles in a match would make the match more interesting, quote with example is possible?
My favorite style confrontation would be a technical guy vs high flyer where the technical wrestler would try to keep the flyer in the mat say working on his leg while the flyer tries to build the momentum with cross bodies, drop kicks and getting over the top rope for moonsault with the occasional hurricanrana. This worked great whenever HBK took on Hitman other than Dean Malenko and Rey Mysterio match ups. Ofcourse,it depends entirely on the performer's ability to put a good match and am talking about two good performers in any of the particular style that is in contention.
Last edited by theidealstranger; 10-12-2012 at 07:07 AM.