Ya but Rock is not goldust, bg james or those retired guys where they wrestle a little bit here and there over the course of the years and able to maintain decent ring shape. The guy wrestled total of 5 matches in 2yrs and had an absence of 9 month in between. His match with punk at the chamber by no means worst.OP is high, there's been dozens of great matches this year and for the record an Attitude era main eventer (rock) put on three of the worst matches we've seen this year.
why would it? goldust could outwrestle austin back in his physical primeDaniel Bryan, The Shield, and CM Punk all put on good matches. Cena can as well when he wants too and Ziggler can surprise every once in a while. I just think it makes a profound statement that someone like Goldust (who has been around forever) can stroll in and not only hang with the best WWE currently has to offer, but outshine them.
You probably aren't old enough to remember. But the reason you don't is because in the era he wrestled, there were probably 12-15 guys who could be the top guy any given night.*Territory
If anything Golddust's in-ring ability is far far more reflective of his WCW days more than anything.
I dont recall him putting on any matches close to tonight back in the attitude era
but its cute that you do
You're missing the point. They SHOULD be that good and putting on top matches. Let's see how they do in say 20 years when Cody has to come back and put over his son, Connor Rhodes.fpalm @ this thread.
Yeah, I'm sure Cody, Rollins, and Reigns had nothing to do with it.
They were already having good matches, Shield and Cody, in their own areas before Goldust showed up again. He hasn't changed much.You're missing the point. They SHOULD be that good and putting on top matches. Let's see how they do in say 20 years when Cody has to come back and put over his son, Connor Rhodes.