Yup, my favorite of all time was literally turned into my worst wrestler of the year last year.Great point here. No one is immune to awful booking and presention these days (look at last year Taker's run).
If you read the bold in my OP, you'd see that I said that being larger than life has less to do with being a bodybuilder and more to do with how you carry yourself. Bryan kinda feels larger than life due to his huge following. As I said before, Bray Wyatt has potential, but isn't even close to being larger than life due to his booking. Nakamura hasn't even debuted yet and how many casuals actually know who that is? Once again, the way Owens carries himself doesn't make him larger than life. He's getting there though, but like Wyatt, he's not there yet. I fail to see how Enzo Amore is larger than life. He has charisma and, if he's booked right and able to say more things other than SAWFT, then I could see him being a contender in that category. Austin Aries hasn't debuted yet and casuals probably don't know who he is. Zayn is nowhere near larger than life. The guy is a great wrestler and he has the underdog thing working for him, but that's it. For Ambrose, see my OP. For Rollins, he's almost there, but his constant no selling of moves and his booking makes him not larger than life. I actually agree on Lesnar and Cena, but Lesnar is a part-timer and Cena's getting there."Larger than life" has just become a dumb excuse to shit on smaller guys and champion 6'3+ jacked charisma vacuums.
To give you a short list, Bryan, Wyatt, Nakamura, Owens (wait until he gets the anti-authority tweaner run), Enzo Amore, Aries, Zayn (his charisma will work like Bryan's did), Ambrose, Rollins, Lesnar, Cena etc. are all larger than life in some way.