Ayatollah of Moral turpitude
Join Date: Aug 2011
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Re: Best wrestler not to hold a world championship during the Ruthless Aggression Era
I'd say that RVD should've been champion or at the very least a strong contender for the RAW brand by 2003, he was by far the most over newcomer out of the invasion angle, and they didn't even do much with him. Just imagine where he could've been had they given the guy a proper push at that point.
Booker T was another guy that was on fire with the fans, I really think he should've went over HHH at Wrestlemania 19 and the WWE should've tested the waters with him as champ. Like RVD, he would've been a great main event babyface at a time when RAW was sorely lacking them. It's unfortunate that McMahon never fully pushed anyone from WCW aside from Goldberg and the NWO post-buyout.
Christian is another great choice, and I don't need to explain that given the comments above me. He could've been just as much a prominent player as Edge became had they built on his momentum. I truly think that Christian never fully recovered from that. It was his time to shine, and WWE dropped the ball big time.