He's been "Holly Miavia" ever since he turned face. People just refuse to recognize it because they, for some odd reason, latch onto the tool like he's the second coming of Austin. The guy is not a ring general, has the workrate and set of an ant, the humor of a immature and spoiled 5 year old, and the good-looks of a shaven missing link. What people see in him, I do not know. But I do know that he is the one strong main eventer that could give Brock the major rub he needs, and that's why he'll win at Vengeance and drop it to Lesnar at Summerslam.
Edit: Whenever I type, Holly , it doesn't appear. o.O
Edit-Edit: Gr. Holly- . (edited by BoromirMark on 16.7.02 1839)
I don't like the idea of the title changing hands so often... it loses some prestige, in my opinion. Having HHH drop it to Hogan because Hogan was super-hot at the time was not a good decision. I don't think Hogan needed the belt. Giving it to Rock is a temporary solution, and giving it to Brock Lesnar so early in his career isn't good either. Hell, even Goldberg had 100+ matches before he got the WCW title...! Sure, they were squashes- but you get the idea.
This new thread and the investigation it suggests, begs the question? What makes a t-shirt in professional wrestling a hot sell? The biggest selling T-shirts have been, I think, designed in a way not too specific.