First of all, who cares? In ring skills didn't matter during the attitude era. Stop being a workrate mark, there's more important things that factor into being a great superstar.
Ring work is not one of those "more important things" ? In your earlier post you specically talked about match quality if HHH was added to Rock/Austin but now "in-ring skills doesnt matter"?
Second, Jericho was better in the ring anyway,
Fail once again. Jericho's best match is the LMS match with HHH at fully loaded 2000, he never had another classic match like that in his career.
as were a handful of other guys like Edge, Christian, Regal, Angle, Benoit etc etc etc.
LOL no. They werent. Triple H was the wrestler of the year 2000, had countless classics with every guy he faced that year. In 2001, Austin/HHH three stages of hell is considered one of the greatest matches ever.
if they really wanted to put a great in ring worker in that match, they could have put in Kurt Angle.
HHH was miles ahead of Kurt in that period. Kurt started to become "the wrestling machine" only after 2002.
At that time Austin and Rock were on a different playing field than anyone in the business. Their charisma was off the charts.
That was my point before. They were the top guys, it was the rightful stage for them to go 1-on-1.
HHH on the other hand is just a guy who was booked strong. Despite his wife he still could never manage to be the top guy in the company because his charisma just wasn't good enough despite having the best booking in the company.
Typical straw man argument. He was never booked to be a top face like Rock/Austin. He was pushed as a heel, and he delivered big time, he is still considered one of the greatest heel in the industry. Easily One of the best total package with Mic work, charisma, character, believability and his match quality speaks for itself. Is Jericho a failure because he could never be a top guy? or is the undertaker? I fail to see that logic.