Was HHH underappreciated?
Some might disagree with this but it's my personal opinion that HHH should be just as respected as guys like Austin, Rock and Taker.
Often I noticed on this site he is left off of lists when it comes to top talents in the 90's and early 2000's. I get that guys like Rock, Austin and Taker are bigger draws than him but I feel that every great babyface needs a great heel at some point and HHH was amazing in the way he played the top heel against those guys.
Yeah, we all know he married the bosses daughter and whatnot, but I feel a guy with HHH's talent could have found himself in a top position like that sooner or later. He had an absolutely amazing physique, great on the mic and was menacing at times and really made you hate him. Just like The Rock and Austin, HHH was himself with the volume turned up. He really is a self serving jackass which helped his heel character. He really felt like he was the final boss and made the belt that he carried feel important because he was willing to do anything for it.
He's one of the top three heels of all time in my opinion and I'm sure many are gonna disagree with that which is why I made this thread. I think a lot of people have personal heat with HHH because he plays politics backstage but this is based soley on his work as a wrestler. The man was talented and a once in a lifetime talent.
If more wrestling fans thought like me we would all be in wrestling mecca