1) goldust's promos....they're just hella-freaky-cool.,.sometimes i pop in wwf warzone game and use the code to listen to the promos and goldust's are just weird...i'm not to jazzed on his wrestling, but he can sure drive a feud...
2) perfect's ring work...nuff said
these two would make quite the odd couple, no?
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I might be one of the only ones here, but I liked Goldust's ringwork in his old days. He seemed to be able to do some nice stuff for such a big guy, meshing with different styles.
As for Hennig, the perfect match would be against Rikishi. As both do the flip thing when selling certain moves *grin* Seriously, if they do a little mini-feud with Austin that would be great. If not, have him be a main eventer's sidekick..Angle and Perfect sound alright by me. And else, let him work with a solid guy like Storm or Edge or anything. He can teach them some tricks still I guess..
The real reason HBK has never made that much talked about comeback used to bounce out of synch with the other Nitro Girls.
Perfect rocks! as said before, matches against Lance, Kurt,Edge and RVD would all be classics. He still has it in him, and would really be valuable as a measuring stick. He could be the guy younger guys have to go through to get a shot at the upper level titles. As much as there are a ton of other guys not on TV who should be (and several who shouldn't be) Curt is still the Man. I would actually like to see him team up with Angle, the tag division needs a more credible threat than the AGD.
Goldust on the otherhand IS taking away TV time, but of the two, i would say he is the short term one. But his being here does possibly imply that JJ didn't torch his bridge so much as severly char it.
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Link With the abundance of hungry independent workers out there, many of whom could fit the WWE big-man mentality, why should the largest wrestling promotion in the states have to resort to such a tactic?