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Re: How is Hernandez considered bad?

For me, a lot of it had to do with him being sloppy. There was a stretch when he was with Anarquia where he was hurting guys constantly, and if he wasn't hurting them, he was coming dangerously close.

He seems to have fixed that though.

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Re: How is Hernandez considered bad?

He did look really good at LockDown, gotta give him credit for that.

th sad truith that al of u cant ceem to grrasp is dat wrestlig is getig les poplar each day and no bodde caires abot it

vinse is senile at this poiint and th growth of tna has pleateuaed nd roh has nevr bin mor than his a crapy cult
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Re: How is Hernandez considered bad?

He's fine in a tag team. I mean he's not great or anything and the only thing of note i dig is him supermannning the ropes. There isn't a lot more about him which makes me care. Him nearly killing Joey Ryan wasn't exactly good for him. It's the same as Chavo in that he's not exactly bad, but there's nothing good about him. Like I can't name a match that his involvement actively made more enjoyable for me. (maybe some LAX matches with homicide but that was ages ago and more homicide).

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I think it's because he's known for injuring other wrestlers. That's a big no no for hardcore fans. I liked his supermex character and his brief singles push and match against Sting looked promising.

I think what really hurt his chances was just the overcrowded main event scene. Him and Matt Morgan we're both ready for big pushes and had no midcard titles to pursue and had no chance to go for the world title so they got paired up for a tag team. Then the injuries started happening and he was sidelined until they needed a tag partner for Chavo.
So casual fans don't mind if he injures other people?

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Re: How is Hernandez considered bad?

the trunks....the trunks....


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Re: How is Hernandez considered bad?

Most of time he's bad, and is nothing without 187 carrying the burden. But he improved recently, he performed very well at Lockdown.
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I honestly cannot sit down and watch a match with Hernandez without worrying if the opponent will get injured in the process. He is literally an unsafe "powerhouse". The points you have here though are some pretty weak justifications as to why he should be considered what the general consensus on here thinks of him.

And for the record, I don't hate "powerhouses".
Agreed. Part of your job is to protect your opponent while performing those power moves. His moves look good because there very stiff he doesn't hold back. Surprise he is still employed he is dangerous.


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Re: How is Hernandez considered bad?

if want charaters then chances are the pro wrestling medium isn't for you
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He's fine in a tag team. I mean he's not great or anything and the only thing of note i dig is him supermannning the ropes. There isn't a lot more about him which makes me care. Him nearly killing Joey Ryan wasn't exactly good for him. It's the same as Chavo in that he's not exactly bad, but there's nothing good about him. Like I can't name a match that his involvement actively made more enjoyable for me. (maybe some LAX matches with homicide but that was ages ago and more homicide).



So casual fans don't mind if he injures other people?
Casual fans don't even know he has a rep for hurting other wrestlers so yeah they don't mind...

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if want charaters then chances are the pro wrestling medium isn't for you
There's so much wrong with that, I'm not sure where to begin.


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His character doesnt come across in the ring because well, he has no character. He's just a big Mexican who once hated America, then loved it, then hated it again, and now seems to love it once more.
No character? Haha, he has an attitude and character allright. You smark.

And who cares if his character hated America?

America is a fucked up country, a goverment that is totally insane.

A society were 1% of the bank-financial-elite robbing the people.
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