Not sure why this is topic worthy, but seeing as they faced each other about 100 times in the past then he has the most chemistry with him and makes sense.
Yeah, Shelton was completely wasted as a talent, although he probably wasn't great enough to get the WWE title, could've at least stayed a contender for both the WHC (through heel tricks) and IC belts (natural pump perch) until he got the legs (mic skills/storyline) to be a consistent main eventer. He just never had an angle. Same with Kofi, but dude is a spot monkey, like Sin Cara and Rey should've stayed. There's no way I could see them as consistent legitimate main eventers, which is really why we need a Cruiserweight belt to keep them from getting buried and have that as a feature of the 3 hr Raws. Until Jericho left, it was the spotlight really of WCW to all the smarks I knew.Kofi needs to be repackaged but dude could be sick... He needs to be pushed like Shelton Benjamin should have!
Nah, Most wrestlers pick their favorite opponents as people who they've had numerous encounters with, CM Punk says JoMo was his fave.Not surprising considering they have a ton of chemistry together and have worked together a billion times. However if I was Dolph Ziggler, I would've chosen Daniel Bryan because their match at Bragging Rights 2010 was the best WWE match of both their careers thus far. Very underrated match, and I would highly recommend it to any who haven't seen it.
Those were some great matches, I felt they were overlooked because it had Morrison in it.Nah, Most wrestlers pick their favorite opponents as people who they've had numerous encounters with, CM Punk says JoMo was his fave.