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Re: Daniel Bryan is the best.
Heh, what's a Cena from 2004-2009? What has that guy done for us lately? Come on people, your bias is bleeding out like a hardon. On both sides. But objectively speaking, DBD never gets crickets. No matter what. So calling him mediocre or blase is laughable.
Especially when you compare Punk who can't get booed to save his life, Cena who everyone is just too dumb to realize that by being silent he would go away (ooh my bias...noone wants cena around anymore...they just dont know how to say that). What's left? has beens and part timers? I'll even give Sandow his due. Rolling after so many moves is slick. But name a crappy DBD match. Then explain specifically what you see to define it as crappy. THEN bring up who you say is better, and watch me decimate your arguments. Even lampshading my bias. This is sad, but consensus is a pipedream.
Also, I can explain yes and no. It's his ACTING that is so good. His refusal to agree with the crowd. He interacted with them. DBD has what is hard for badasses to emote...comedic timing. And unlike abusers of it (legends, i mean) he (despite how much he yells) uses it with subtlety. I honestly don't know how you don't understand agreeing and disagreeing with whatever he going to do.
WWE is filled with 'Good Ol' Boys' in power positions. It is just how it is, and I will keep calling WWE, Pro Wrestling in USA, as well as some of it's fans out on this because it is bollox. I do notice an apparent effort being made to mitigate this somewhat, but time will ultimately tell.
I'm sick of anything that's been around longer than two weeks.
Last edited by Agmaster; 01-24-2013 at 12:26 PM.