Regularly Beating Up James Ellsworth
Join Date: Aug 2009
Re: Your dream wwe.com story
LOL, Orton has presence. Sure. Orton walked into a world title match at WrestleMania 22 against Angle and Mysterio and got absolute, dead SILENCE. He took 5 years to get consistently over on a huge level and when he did become big, it was the result of Vince McMahon forcing him down people's throats. He wouldn't even have a job in the WWE if it wasn't for his name.
Calling Cena a "pretty terrible wrestler" is dumb too, considering that he's involved in most of the best matches every year. As for Miz's overness, he's getting a "passable" reaction because he's not in the main event. Midcard wrestling has become increasingly useless in the WWE and they typically only respond to the main eventers. Sheamus, Barrett, Swagger all had to be thrown into the ME to create heat, that's just what happens. Miz would be drawing a lot of heat if the WWE hadn't bastardized their midcard but they don't care anymore. When he wins the title, as he should do if Orton doesn't ruin his career like he's done to others, he's going to take off and will be fine.
By calling Cena a terrible wrestlers, I obviously meant his repartoire of moves and his depth of telling a story. If you checked my comment of calling him one of the best workers you would understand that beeing able to do 100 spots and submissions isn't needed to put on a great match.
As for Miz, he is beeing somewhat in the mainevent yet his reactions when he enters the ring are barely mentionable. A truly charismatic wrestler gets heat as soon as he enters the ring, like Jericho when he was booked stronger. If Jericho could get great reactions from the get go (watch his debut in WWF) then why shouldn't a guy who gets around 2-3 minute promo time every week for years still look like nothing in comparison. Getting a few cheap heat from random comments doesn't make him look good, if Amazing Red would be in WWE he would probably get bigger pops which is true considering that people care more about Evan Bourne, the ultimate jobber when he enters the ring as opposed to the Miz, who actually won important matches.