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post #71 of 113 (permalink) Old 08-20-2018, 10:16 AM
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Re: Wrestlers that you don't connect with, despite knowing that they have some level of talent

Seth Rollins great wrestler but complete charisma vacuum and voice is like nail on chalkboards.
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Re: Wrestlers that you don't connect with, despite knowing that they have some level of talent

I'm going to have to say Daniel Bryan as well.






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Pretty much 97% of todays WWE roster sadly.

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Re: Wrestlers that you don't connect with, despite knowing that they have some level of talent

Here come the rocks.

Ric Flair just never did it for me. I hear a lot about him being one of the greatest ever and whilst i recognise his talents i just never got into Ric Flair when growing up watching wrestling or going back to watch his old WCW stuff.
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Yeah I have to admit that there's a hell of a lot of Seth Rollins mentions. I thought that I'd be the only one tbh.

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Re: Wrestlers that you don't connect with, despite knowing that they have some level of talent

So many to be honest but the first one that popped in to my head was Seth Rollins.

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Re: Wrestlers that you don't connect with, despite knowing that they have some level of talent

Kevin Owens
Dean Ambrose
Finn Balor
Dolph Ziggler
Seth Rollins
Roman Reigns
Cesaro

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I guess it would be easier if I list the people I can connect with: The Hardys, Goldust, Kane, Triple H, Orton, Bray Wyatt, Daniel Bryan, Sheamus, Bayley and Rousey. I think that's it.
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Re: Wrestlers that you don't connect with, despite knowing that they have some level of talent

Samoa Joe: I'm not sure what it is about him, but I find him to be incredibly generic and boring. Yet part of me knows that he is very good at what he does. I just can't seem to connect with him.

Natalya: I just want to go to sleep every single time her music hits. I've been that way with her since the beginning. She just bores the crap out of me

Hideo Itami: A lot of People liked him in NXT, but I just had no use for him

Curtis Axel: I feel like he actually has some fans, I think he is the biggest waste of space on the entire roster.

Jeff Hardy: I never understood the appeal. Respect the hell out of him as a risk taker, but never impressed with his matches or personality

Kane: I LOVED Kane from 1998 til about 2001 or so. I've basically hated every single thing he has done the past 15+ years. Except a little bit of team Hell no

Rey Mysterio: I liked him for the first year in WWE maybe, but he got stale so quick for me but seemed to remain really popular.

Christian: I just don't see it. I've tried and I've tried but I just have never been able to understand what so many people like about him.

Adam Cole used to be in this category for me, but the past couple Takeovers have completely changed my mind on him. I completely understand him now.
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Always and forever Triple H. He's obviously not a terrible professional wrestler but he is, in my opinion, a terrible main-event talent; in short, he is someone who should have never been elevated beyond the mid-card.

For context, Bob Holly is in my top 10 favourite wrestlers. Why? Because he found a Bob Holly shaped hole in the WWE roster and occupied it for a decade (I'm not counting Thurman 'Sparky' Plugg), never compromising the character.

He might be the IC champion, he might be in a Christmas segment with Crash and Molly, he might be in an ill-fated team with Billy Gunn or forced to carry Cody Rhodes through a tag-team title reign but at no point was he ever anything more or less than Bob Holly




And yes, he could be a bully backstage but go on youtube and look for Satoru Sayama training; he wasn't that bad.

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The Miz and not because I think he's terrible but because he's probably the best heel in the company and that shows how far the product has sunk.
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