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Old 28 May 2010, 11:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Davey Richards or Bryan Danielson?
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Old 28 May 2010, 11:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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They'd show a picture of them and in memory of them on the beginning of the show.
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Old 28 May 2010, 11:13 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Probably Not a slideshow probably something that says R.I.P Then pictures of the person who died.































BQ1: Yeah,lots of little kids like him. I think he will be inducted in the HOF.































BQ2: Bryan Danielson!
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Old 28 May 2010, 11:17 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Yes,but don't think about death it's depressing















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Old 28 May 2010, 11:22 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Absolutely, especially Hogan. Flair was always a NWA/WCW guy, but Hogan WAS the WWF































Considering WWE's past of putting 80s midcarders in the HOF, it wouldn't surprise me if they put Duggan in. I don't think he deserves it, but they put Koko in so that's fair game for anyone to go in































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They would more than likely just show a R.I.P. picture of them. I have a feeling that they would make a dedication show for Ric if he died, and I don't know why. I guess because he was the 16 time world champion. As for the BQ1I think they would induct Hacksaw Jim Duggan into the HOF just because he was always funny swinging that 2X4. BQ2I think that Bryan Danielson is better than Davey just because of his highflying skills. I take highflying over anything else every day.
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Yes, they would pay tribute to them if they died. Both Hogan and Flair were instrumental in the success of the WWF, and to ignore the contributions they made and continue to make to the industry would be a very bad move for the WWE. Many wrestling fans should be aware of the legacies of Hogan and Flair, even if they were not alive or too young to have experienced it. And Hacksaw Jim Duggan will probably be inducted into the HOF.
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It would be ridiculous for them not to, considering their history with the company.































BQ1: I think he's worthy enough,he was the first Royal Rumble winner ever.I know hall of famers that didn't do hardly anything to get inducted.































BQ2: Bryan Danielson.
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i think so
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I think they would...I actually think just about any wrestling promotion would. A wrestler dieing is always bad news, and big news...I would think the status that both these wrestlers reached in their careers would make it that much bigger news.































So I think WWE would pay tribute to both. Hogan was a major part of the WWF's success, and the initial push that made WWE the company it is today. His character is the one that started it all for them when it came to becoming a mainstream wrestling company.































Ric Flair is a wrestling legend, and one of the biggest names in history. I would think no matter what company they're with currently, these would be two wrestlers that even the WWE would acknowledge if they were to pass away...regardless of what company they work for. Vince knows the impact both these wrestlers had on the wrestling industry, and his company.































Pete Rose is in the WWE HOF, so is Koko B. Ware....so yes, Hacksaw deserves a spot in the WWE HOF considering some of the people that are in that HOF.































I personally like Davey Richards better...simply because he is sickeningly talented in the ring. He's my current favorite wrestler...any match of his can be a classic, so you have to watch if you catch him wrestling.































But I think Bryan Danielson is the better overall wrestler..as far as skill, plus mic skill are concerned...he's proving that on NXT to those who didn't know.































So better...I'll go with Danielson.































I like Davey Richards better out of the two though.































But both are dam good.
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Hell yes. Those are guys that are not only big in WWE, but wrestling....period. The best example I can think of is Eddie Guerrero. He was never in TNA or ROH but in the end, both shows gave a huge tribute to him when he died. Now I'm not saying that Eddie Guerrero is considered inferior to Hogan and Flair by status of legend, but I'm sure Hogan and Flair will be honored properly. Not just by WWE, but by TNA, ROH, NWA, pretty much any indy's wrestling promotion in North America. They will not be remembered just because they went to the other team, but for all their other great accomplishments, and not just WWE, but for their time in WCW, and NWA as well.































Hacksaw Jim Dugan is sadly one of those guys to have never held WWE gold. But he did win the very first Royal Rumble in 1988. And his gimmick was pretty good for that time. He was the patriot guy. And is probably the one wrestler that comes up if someone mentions a 2x4. I say, if you forget about his recent WWE run, and focus on his accomplishments in WWF and WCW, I say he deserves to be in the Hall of Fame someday.































I'm not gonna lie. I don't really know Davey Richards, but I hear a lot of good things. To me, Bryan Danielson is still the top guy to come from the indies. So for now, I will have to say Bryan Danielson, but I will keep an open mind for Davey Richards.
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