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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-22-2018, 04:55 PM
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Re: Who could you see as a Vader like "enforcer" for the boss?

If you need to panic and essentially threaten the roster to get them to do a good job then you arnt a very good boss.

I don't think its very good practice to essentially put your wrestlers in matches with a dangerous individual just to make a point.

this is almost verging on godfather levels of motivation "look here, Im going to make you an offer you can't refuse, dance or I break your legs and put you in a coma"

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Re: Who could you see as a Vader like "enforcer" for the boss?

To be fair; a huge part of why Bret didn't want to wrestle Vader was because the guy literally smelled like vomit.


I'm not sure if lack of hygiene is much of an issue in today's WWE...

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Re: Who could you see as a Vader like "enforcer" for the boss?

JBL and Bob Holly also used to be Vince's enforcers to sort out wrestlers who were being a problem.

Today, I'm not sure if anyone really counts. The wrestlers who work a more physical style, are skilled pros like Samoa Joe, Nakamura, who don't take unnecessary liberties.

I think people would think twice about having to work Lesnar every week. But since he only does one match every once in a while, people are more willing to work with him because he brings in the prestige and the big money paydays. One match with Lesnar is survivable.

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How? Dustin successfully transcended being Dusty's "kid" and the Goldust character was/is far more interesting than just another guy in trunks.

Early Goldust was all Dustin and Russo's ideas, apparently.
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Also enjoyed the 1998 Artist Formerly Known As Goldust too.



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Wyatt would be it for me. Guy could have been so much more than what he has been.

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Sheamus. He's known for being stiff. I mean he kicked Jeff Hardy in the teeth because... still don't know. Of everyone on the main roster besides Hideo Itami, he's probably the most painful to work with.

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Lars Sullivan.

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