Re: How can "The Worlds Strongest Man" never have been WWE champion?
I'm sorry but The Rock has never looked like a black man. A lot of non-wrestling fans still try and guess what race he is. He's was the first Black WWE Champion, took almost 10 years off, came back, won it again and is still the ONLY black WWE Champion.
Its not crazy to think "What if The Rock looked like Booker T, R-Truth or Mark Henry? Would he have become WWE Champion?".
Hard to pass off NEVER having a Black WWE Champion off as some coincidence. There have been enough talented wrestlers that were in a position to be pushed but never got it.
Booker T - completely absurd that he never held the belt in a time where it was passed around like Kelly Kelly's vagina.
R-Truth - poised & ready to win it in 2011. Got buried by Cena and then had his angle STOLEN. 2011 should have been the Summer or Truth.
MVP - Had the talent. He had a long US Title reign where afterward he could have been pushed toward a World Title but instead go buried. Maybe his criminal past held him back but doesn't seem like since they pushed him as US Champion hard.
Shelton Benjamin - One of the best wrestler during his time in WWE. Didn't have the mic skills but neither did RVD, Jeff Hardy, Rey Mysterio, Batista(early on), Alberto Del Rio but it didn't stop them. He was ready for a push after his series of matches with Triple H.
Kofi Kingston - He should have won the Royal Rumble in 2009. In his feud w/ Orton he showed he could get VERY over, work main event matches, & cut at least decent promos. Instead of getting a push, he got buried over a botch that didn't effect the match. Edge won the Royal Rumble that year. Edge? Like he really needed that.
Mark Henry - he didn't just get better in 2011. He could have pulled that Hall of Pain gimmick off back in 05. He was the same guy.
Honestly, Asians have it worse. lol
Who is Johnny Curtis? Nobody...just the future of WWE!
Last edited by #PushKofiKingston : 02-08-2013 at 03:29 PM.