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Join Date: Jan 2013
Re: Who is the most divisive wrestler for the icw?
I don't see how Punk can be on this list, the last time I checked most people(especially in the IWC)treated Punk like a god. Sure some people don't like Punk, bashing him for his non super hero look, and calling him a mid-card champion, but in general I thought most people liked Punk. When I think of an answer for this question I think of two people mostly, HHH and John Cena. I would say Hogan as well, but even though Hogan pisses people off they will at least give Hogan his credit. HHH always gets bashed for "burying" people, for always being in the top spot, for marying into the business..etc. While some of those things may have some vaildity, people act as if HHH is the only one in wrestlting history to ever politic and protect his spot. People will use the same tired excuse to discredit his contributions and talent. The sad thing is the fans cannot prove his backstage doings, because their asses weren't backstage. The IWC for nearly a decade now has painted this picture of HHH to be some anti-christ of wrestling, when in fact he has always put over people, drew money, and then eventually left when his time was up. Then we get to Cena, whether you like it or not, Cena is one of the greatest of all-time. He may not be a HBK or Bret Hart in the ring, however Cena is good performer and has been the backbone of the WWE for several years now. The mere fact that Cena gets half boos from the crowd, and still is far and away the biggest draw in WWE today. The older demographic may not like Cena, but he is a good ambassador for the company, and a much better role model for kids than..lets say a Hogan. All in all, HHH and Cena have been the most bashed and loved at the same time by the "Universe" and the "IWC".
2015 Favorites WWE/NXT:
The Heel Overlord and COO Triple H/Seth Rollins/Shinsuke Nakamura/ AJ Styles/ Sasha Banks/ Finn Balor/ Roman Reigns/ Kevin Owens/ Dean Ambrose/ Randy Orton/ Charlotte/Apollo Crews/Stardust