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Discussion in 'Pro Wrestling Discussion' started by moonwolf, May 19, 2017.
Enough of the shit polls!
This should've been the theme.
Listening to KO talking to Austin about using the Stunner in Texas against Reigns - isn't he supposed to be a heel?
Unless they're foreign heel heat is dead. Even reigns the man they hate the most those that boo him will cheer him if he turns.
God that thing is beautiful
99% of all YouTube rasslin channels are just folks telling you what they stole from Meltzer and Mike Johnson.
Yeah, I'm not putting up that day one ish.
WWE Wants to Replace John Cena With Japan's Shinsuke Nakamura, And It Might Actually Work
This Sunday night’s Backlash show marks the beginning of a new era in WWE, one that would have been shocking even two years ago. For the first time in its history, the world’s largest professional wrestling promotion is attempting to turn a Japanese wrestler into one of its top stars—the top star, in fact, of one of its TV shows. Shinsuke Nakamura, a 37-year-old from Kyoto, has the daunting task of stepping in for far and away the biggest attraction in the business, John Cena, now a part-time wrestler between shooting movies and TV shows.
If not necessarily obvious, this certainly seems like the right move: Nakamura is the most innately charismatic wrestler in the world, with a completely unique persona to which fans gravitate. Hell, they even “singalong” to his instrumental entrance music. While other Japanese stars have been fan favorites in the United States, like Tajiri and Taka Michinoku in WWE, or The Great Muta, Jushin “Thunder” Liger, and Ultimo Dragon in WCW, they were rarely main eventers, much less “the guy.” In the early 1970s, a rookie former college basketball player and Olympic wrestler named Tommy Tsuruta was pushed as a top babyface in west Texas before becoming a legend at home as Jumbo Tsuruta, but that’s about it.
Long article, click the link for the rest.
You need more education
Senior year next year bay bay! TWO DEGREES TWO DEGREES TWO DEGREES TWO DEGREES TWO DEGREES.
I popped for Ted at the end, though.
If it's got candice wood still watch. Yeah it's so random I had forgotten about that part.
With how lame they make his segments this is actually believable.
Doubt that WWE seems him as a Cena replacement. A top star potentially for HHH but Vince wants Reigns or another big white guy with English.
And I love Big Nak but he's not going to be the next Rock, Austin, Cena. Maybe CM Punk.