Post by Sonov El Bitch on Dec 30, 2013 16:18:42 GMT -5
5. John Cena. I was never much of a Cena fan, but these past 2 years he's genuinely become one of my favorites. Maybe he stepped up his game, maybe there's been something there all along that I'm only beginning to see now, I couldn't tell you, all I know is he's been gold in the ring as well as on the mic lately. 4. Bray Wyatt. A Devil's Rejects gimmick in the TV-PG era should have bombed spectacularly but he makes it work. The promos, the mannerisms, the look, the wrestling, there isn't a thing he can't do and do well. 3. Paul Heyman. I know, not a wrestler, but the guy's been a bigger draw for me than half the roster. Including the guys (besides Lesnar) he's been managing this year. Great in interview segments, great with the live crowd, just all around entertaining. 2. Real Americans. The fact these guys stand out even when the tag-team division is as strong as it is now speaks enourmously to both their talent. Cesaro can wrestle circles around 90% of the roster and Swagger is still underrated in my eyes. The awful booking during his brief main event stint years ago may have not done him any favors credibility wise but he's still a good tag-team wrestler and a great foil to Colter and Cesaro. 1. Daniel Bryan. He's as hot with the crowd as anybody in WWE in YEARS and he knows it and uses it well. I still wish he would turn heel, but I fear he might have crossed into Ricky Steamboat territory already.
Post by Magic knows Black Lives Matter on Dec 30, 2013 18:44:25 GMT -5
1. Roman Reigns 2. The Usos 3. Big E Langston 4. John Cena 5. Daniel Bryan
Honorable Mentions: The Brotherhood, Real Americans, CM Punk.
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Magic's list of people he's f***ing with rn: John Cena (Da God) Rey Mysterio (Living Legend) Handsome Rusev (New Japan, strap him up) R-Truth (He saves every segment he's in) Charlotte (The Queen) Hiroshi Tanahashi (Da God of NJPW) Bandido (Mans is too nice) Ricky Starks (Stroke Daddy)