Agreed. Yes, he was a good worker and a good technical wrestler. And yes, he was a fairly big deal. But not at the same point in his career. When he was quality, almost no one cared. When he stopped being a good wrestler, they reinvented him, made him almost entertaining, and gave him the attention level he deserved before. And then WCW was sold, and that was all she wrote, more or less. Yes, I know he wrestled in WWE and TNA, but even Big Poppa Pump marks will tell you those were his best years (or even quality performance) and not to judge him by that work. So why would he (of all wrestlers) be singled out for that kind of attention? And who, were they a wrestler, would be dumb enough to follow him around, or ask him for advice?
Hell, I'd rather ask Ace Steel. I'm not sure I even want to get a better title since almost all of them involve the Big Bad Roidy Daddy. Maybe I should just go back to quiet lurking like I did for 7+ years.