Post by Ultimate Reality on Dec 31, 2006 1:07:14 GMT -5
Well, neither is a great wrestler, but I'll have to admit that Cena's better in the ring.
However for promos and personality, I definitely prefer complete nonsensical INSANITY over basically kissing the crowd's ass every night....so advantage: Warrior
"Victims of the Legend Killer"
Kimbo Slice: July 14, 2003
Orton fought Slice in a Florida shipyard. After absorbing numerous punches to the face, Orton managed to wear Slice down with a headlock, and nail the rKo for the victory after both came back up to a standing position. Although Kimbo Slice was not knocked completely out by the rKo, he wisely refused to continue.
Post by THE Dinobot on Dec 31, 2006 3:40:08 GMT -5
Cena is quite underrated as a in-ring worker. The dude does have the charisma and promos down better than anyone else in the WWE. Warrior on the other hand, while he was never much in the in-ring department, had some of the craziest interviews ever known, and they're still loved to this very day.
Post by Cousin Judge on Dec 31, 2006 4:05:54 GMT -5
Warrior. I think the man is scum for his views but let's be realistic here.
The ascendency to the top of the card the Warrior was breathtaking. Not since has there ever been such a quick rise to the top, from anyone. From his television debut virtually over night he became one of the main poster boys for the company, his popularity soared. People loved the Warrior, we can sit here and use all our clever little terminologies that we've known about since we were 14, but Warrior was highly entertaining for many many many people, certainly more people than found much of even the Attitude era entertaining.
Cena on the other hand....now I'm a big fan of his personally, but he didn't get to the top through fan support like Warror did. It was as if management took Cena and decided to make him the big star regardless of what the crowd said.