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Old 09-16-2012, 01:13 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Old 09-16-2012, 03:36 PM   #82 (permalink)
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The old man is delusional. Tyson Kidd? Really? The guy is definition of bland. Very good worker but absolutely no charisma whatsoever. I guess bret wouldnt know anything about charisma since he never had any. 90% of his matches put people to sleep.
I'm a big fan of his.

He's consistently innovative and entertaining. I also love his finisher ó always wondered why no-one used it.
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I disagree on Bret Hart's assessment of Brodus Clay. The bets thing they couldve done with him is give him a gimmick that was different from the usual "mean bad monster." The mean bad monster wouldve went the way of Tensei.
Brodus Clay's "mean bad monster" character was a lot different from other mean bad monster characters. Brodus could cut pretty great promos, better than most big men, a skill that he doesn't get to utilize as the Funkasaurus, even if his current gimmick is a bit more "unique".
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I agree 100 %, Benoit matches in particular were always really appealing to me, I would rather watch an old Benoit match than an old Bret match anyday.

For some people clearly Brett is the greatest performer, the sheer ammount of poeple that thinks this shows obviously the man has some appeal, but for me personally he isnt even top 10 (in terms of wrestlers I enjoy watching past matches of)
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I legit laughed pretty hard reading this and its 100% true. Bret Hart is a very good technical wrestler but my god, were his matches and his personality boring. I find it hard to believe anybody can argue seeing as he almost killed the company.
You idiot

It was Hogan who doomed the company, he was not willing to pass the torch to the younger guys and also bringing negative press through the steroids scandal. Had Hogan put over Hart at Summerslam 93, he would have been a huger star.

While business was down it was the power of Bret Hart that kept the company afloat. They were able to capatalise on his international drawing power to survive.

Then look at what Bret Hart did in 1997, he made Austin a star, he feuded with DX helping them get much popular, he helped establish the Mr McMahon character and the screwjob itself helped don the Attitude era. He took a bullet at his own expense.
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One problem I have with fans saying Shawn Michaels was better than Bret Hart is the fact that Michaels only became a greater performer since his return, before he was good, but not a Bret Hart who could work with anybody and make them look good.

Both wrestlers departed the company around the same time.

Now let's say Bret Hart didn't have the concussion and was healthy enough to return back to WWE. Say he and Shawn were to return at the same time, I can guarantee that more wrestlers at that time would have been more willing to work with Bret Hart than Shawn Michaels. It took Triple H to bring Michaels back, Hart could have faced anyone.

Guys like Austin, The Rock, Undertaker would have jumped at the chance. This is why we saw the interaction between Undertaker, Kane and Hart once, those two respected the hell out of him and would have loved to face Hart. This is also why Austin was there for the contract signing against McMahon and Hart.

Many others would have worked brilliant matches with Hart and there would have been a huge number of classics. Bret Hart returning back then was big money, a match with McMahon, Austin, Michaels, Rock, Hogan, all are money making matches. We seen what happened to Michaels back then, were any of his matches big money? I don't think so.


I say this being 21 years old and never watched a Bret Hart match in his prime, apart from some of his WCW matches.

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Bret talked among other thing but one thing really interesting is about WWE Wasting Talent...

what Bret said is so true...today Product is so PG like back in 80's. Look at Bryan right now, he supposed to be on Main Event and because of Kids he job out to Sheamus on smackdown who is over with kids but with IWC/Non-casual fans find him boring. how many Kids watching WWE these days? i think most money comes from is from IWC/Non-casual where they spent the most and now Buyrates-attendance-ratings decrease...so much for PG.

from what i hear Mark Henry Hall of Pain character suppose to be Brodus Clay who came with that idea but WWE put it on Henry...
Oh man, I wish people would stop comparing today's shit product to back then.

Back then, hardly any wrestlers were wasted, and wrestling was WAY better because it had better storylines.


Today is class A fuckary because the 'creative team' is nothing but a pile of shit.

Don't blame the rating for the garbage you see, blame the assholes back stage who think of this shit.
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Actually, I think today's product is better than it has ever been. It beats the attitude era right out of the water.
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Dude, quit trolling.
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How am I trolling if I genuinely believe WWE of today far eclipses the barbaric, minimalistic product that is that attitude era?

I think the padding and emphasis on promos over wrestling really defines what the sport is all about.
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