Re: From the current roster who will be seen as great one 20 years from now?
I believe "subjective" history will be far more kind to Cena as time passes and retrospect sinks in. Obviously, the man has had an all-time WWE career in terms of objective measures. Jericho already has the trifecta of an at worst very strong subjective resume, a great objective resume and very strong respect from his peers with longevity to boot. Even Jericho's detractors I think would have a hard time denying that Y2J has had a great career for a wrestler. Brock Lesnar will be remembered for one of the strongest runs in kayfabe history and should be remembered as one of the greatest packages of in-ring attributes this business has seen, at his best a man rivaled by very few and a guy who if he never left could've been in the center of conversation for best match catologue in North America (yes I am serious). Goldust already has carved a little slice of history. Charlotte is a lock on the female side. The subjective merits of Orton will forever rage on, but he has so much respect from greats that I could see Orton holding a nice spot.
In terms of potential for greatness: Seth Rollins really sticks out to me. Already has a remarkably consistent Shield run under his belt, should be remembered as one of the most well-conditioned wrestlers we have ever seen and with as young as he is, there is plenty of time for Seth to build on his "resume'" AJ Styles will probably have a very similar view as baseball has for Ichiro Suzuki albeit AJ won't be in WWE for 15 years methinks. If WWE ever gets Rusev going before his career is
not salvageable LOOK OUT
[B]Forum pick'em accomplishments:
2X Forurm pick'em main champion (current)
7X tag team champion with THE GUY (a record)
2X Internet Champion
3X BTC Champion
1X Television Champion
2018 Mr. Money in the Bank