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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1. who was more dominant in the ring, masked kane or brock lesnar?















2. who was a better wrestler in there prime, eddie guerrero or chris benoit?















3. who was a more valuable player in the 90's the undertaker or shawn micheals?















4. who is/was the more dominant female wrestler, beth phoenix or chyna?















5. who's name is bigger in the wwe, chris jericho or triple h?















6. who was more athletic in there prime, shawn micheals or rob van dam?















7. who is/was the most technically sound wrestler in wwe/wcw/wwf?















EDIT: sorry its so long and thanks for taking the time to answer.
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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1. who was more dominant in the ring, masked kane or brock lesnar? brock lesnar i mean look at him now he is killing people in mma and when he was in wwe















2. who was a better wrestler in there prime, eddie guerrero or chris benoit? chris benoit IMO















3. who was a more valuable player in the 90's the undertaker or shawn micheals? shawn michaels















4. who is/was the more dominant female wrestler, beth phoenix or chyna? chyna















5. who's name is bigger in the wwe, chris jericho or triple h? triple h















6. who was more athletic in there prime, shawn micheals or rob van dam? rob van dam















7. who is/was the most technically sound wrestler in wwe/wcw/wwf? ummm early wwe when kurt angle and chris benoit were there
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Kane















Eddie















Undertaker















Beth















Triple H















HBK















Undertaker
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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1.Brock Lesnar















2.Eddie Guerrero















3.The Undertaker















4.Beth Phoenix (Chyna Didn't Eliminate A Massive Individual Such As Khali)















5.Chris Jericho (He Has Wrestled Everywhere In The World)















6.Rob Van Dam (Vandaminator, Vanterminator)















7.Chris Benoit/Kurt Angle
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:33 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Masked kane remember all the eliminations he had at the royal rumble and the champions he had































Eddie Gurrero-more championship wins then benoit and eddie was more of a fan favorite he was mine LIE CHEAT AND STEAL































The Undertaker from day 1 he was dominant































Chyna! 1st ever women INTERCONTENINAL CHAMP shes was built































HHH duh DX?? ring a bell chris jericho aint go nuthing on HHH hes won more then 12 world champions































Shawn Michaels at his age can do backflips and high fly like dat witout getting hurt??















































If its wht i think it is its VINCE MCMAHON DX breakin in the producers truck lmao moment
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:37 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Masked Kane















Eddie Guerrero















Shawn Michaels















Chyna















Triple H















Shawn Michaels















wcw
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:42 PM   #7 (permalink)
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1.Lesnar















2.Benoit, bth was great in the ring though















3.HBK















4.Chyna, she was a beast 2 time I.C champ i believe















5.To be honest in WWE HHH, out of WWE Y2J















6.HBK















7.WWE Kurt angle was, WCW Dean Malenko, WWF Bret Hart
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 01:47 PM   #8 (permalink)
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When I saw older I was hoping for a question about the Anderson bros or something .. anyway, here is my 2 cents.































Brock was more dominant. He was brutal.















Benoit in terms of pure technical skill.















Probably HBK in the 90's. That is a tough one.















Chyna by far.















HHH - you can get much bigger than being son in law to the boss and giving him some grand-kids.















I'd go with RVD - he has a larger move set.















That's a tough one. Many great names come to mind, Angle, Brock, Sevren, Benoit. I'm going with Angle - that Olympic gold isn't something handed out to just everyone.
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 02:38 PM   #9 (permalink)
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1. Brock Lesnar because he was a fighting force in the ring.































2. Chris Beniot because he was one of the best technical wrestlers ever.































3. The Undertaker because thats when his career went to a whole new level.































4. Chyna because not only did she compete in the rumble but she also won The Ic Title. Plus she Wrestled gusy like Jeff Jarrett, Eddie Guerrero.































5. Triple h By Far not Only has he Won The world title 14 times but he has won the rumble and he Has competed at every Wrestlmania in the main event. He is married to steph. He has been in 2 of the best stables.































6. Shawn Michaels because he was the inventer of the ladder match he used to take high flying mmonsaults of the ladder.































7. Chris Beniot Because he had alot of submission moves and technical based moves
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 02:44 PM   #10 (permalink)
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1. Masked Kane















2. Chris Benoit















3. Undertaker (Shawn got injured and didn't come back till the 2000s)















4. Chyna















5. Triple H















6. Rob Van Dam















7. Dean Malenko
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 02:47 PM   #11 (permalink)
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1. Masked Kane















2. Eddie Guerrero















3. Hard one, Shawn Michaels















4. Chyna. But now Beth.















5. Triple H















6. Shawn Michaels















7. Kurt Angle or Chris B.
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 02:53 PM   #12 (permalink)
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1. Lesnar was an animal whilst in WWE, but nobody could match Kane back in the day. When he first debuted, he was an absolute monster.. It pains me to see what WWE have made him into now. Hopefully, this current Undertaker storyline can revive him.































2. A tough choice here, but Benoit was often called one of the greatest technical wrestlers of all time. He was right up there alongside Bret Hart, Kurt Angle and many others. That's not to say Eddie wasn't a great wrestler, I was always entertained watching Eddie's matches. They both had very different styles of wrestling, Guerrero was more of a highflyer who liked to showboat in his matches. Benoit always got straight down to business. Have to go with Benoit here.































3. Yet again, this is a hard one to call. Both Undertaker and HBK shone throughout the nineties, Undertaker with his Ministry and HBK with DX. Due to the fact that HBK missed quite a bit of action throughout the 90's and didn't return until 2002, I'll say Taker here.































4. Chyna wins this hands down. I'm not going for her purely because she was there when the Attitude Era was in full swing or anything, the stats just speak for themselves. She is the only women in history to ever win the Intercontinental Championship, which we all know is contended among men in WWE. Again, the fact that she was a big part in something as great as DX helped her along and she proved to the world she was a force to be reckoned with. They didn't call her the Ninth Wonder of the World for nothing.































5. Triple H without a doubt. Not only has he been there longer, but he is also very high up in the WWE, due to his marriage with Stephanie. Also, Jericho has been losing a lot of his credibility lately, he has lost twice to Evan Bourne in two weeks and also lost to R-Truth two weeks ago on RAW. Both men have accomplished everything possible in WWE, but Hunter will always be on top. He was involved in great stables like DX and Evolution, he is a household name in pro wrestling.































6. HBK never really struck me as the athletic type. He used to do a lot of moves from the top rope, but he was never one for doing hurricanranas or anything. Van Dam is renowned for his highflying abilities and often goes further than just doing an elbow drop or a moonsault from the top rope. I always liked the move RVD did with the steel chair against his opponents, where he dropped it and roundhouse kicked the chair right into their faces. Michaels was The Showstopper without a doubt, but that was mostly because of the heart and courage he showed when in the ring, nothing to do with his aerial abilities.































7. There was and maybe still is a lot of great technical wrestlers out there. Bret Hart in his prime was a joy to watch, as were Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit. When it comes to technical wrestling, it's hard to say who the BEST was, so I'd have to go with the three guys I just mentioned.
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 02:59 PM   #13 (permalink)
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1. who was more dominant in the ring, masked kane or brock lesnar?































If you seen kanes matches from 1997-1999 he was virtually unstoppable Lesnar always stayed down for ages after a tombstone kane rose just after he got hit by it































2. who was a better wrestler in there prime, eddie guerrero or chris benoit?































Guerrero was better benoit consisted of many submission moves and guerrero had a variation of submission high flying technical brawler moves but guerreros was better for the eye































3. who was a more valuable player in the 90's the undertaker or shawn micheals?















Hbk drew a lot of fan heat and cheers































4. who is/was the more dominant female wrestler, beth phoenix or chyna?































Chyna easily































she pressed one of the members of Roc in WM 17 and also looked even bigger than some of the male wrestlers in her prime































5. who's name is bigger in the wwe, chris jericho or triple h?































Triple h has many many more world/wwe title reigns than chris jericho and also has been a main eventer longer and also was a part of dx















































6. who was more athletic in there prime, shawn micheals or rob van dam?































Rob van dam look at moves like the split leg moonsault and rolling thunder































7. who is/was the most technically sound wrestler in wwe/wcw/wwf?































Dean malenko and Kirk angel Aka kurt mangled Aka kurt angle















for ecw Easily it was taz















and for wcw i would say Steve regal AKA willam regal who made goldberg look like shit in his match
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 03:02 PM   #14 (permalink)
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1. Brock Lesnar. Since, he arrived in the WWF/E scene in early 2002 he got well















endorsed by Paul Heyman as being The Next Big Thing and that he was. Brock















got right in there with starting a feud with The Hardy Boyz. Brock Lesnar was just















such more dominant wrestler and he had more experience being a NCAA National















Wrestling Champion for the University of Minnesota. He got a mega push beating















The Rock at Summer Slam 2002 for the Undisputed Wwe Championship and you















could say The Rock helped to get over the younger talent. Even though Brock did















stay around for 2 years in the WWE he did make a name for himself and he's was















a true champion and great wrestler. Brock Lesnar had many good rivalries with the















Hardy's, The Rock, Kurt Angle, The Big Show, The Undertaker and Eddie Guerrero.































2. Chris Benoit. Definitely Chris Benoit was a better wrestler in his prime. Back in















2004 he drew number one in the Royal Rumble and last over an hour in the match















to win the Royal Rumble and then go onto Wrestlemania 20 of that year to defeat















Triple H and Shawn Michaels for the World Heavyweight Championship. Benoit was















a great champion, one of the best technical wrestlers and submission specialist in















wrestling then. And then he even helped to get over the younger talent when he did















drop the World Heavyweight Title to Randy Orton at Summer Slam 2004 making him















the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in the history of the WWE and wrestling.































3. Both. I would say both The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels were two of the best















names the company had during the 90's. Both of them were from Texas so they were















valuable to the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment. They had a classic rivalry















and some unforgetable matches. Without question two of the best WWE's of all time.































4. Beth Phoenix. The Glamazon. Beth Pheonix is just so dominating in the ring and















the other divas on the roster are scared and intimidated by Beth Phoenix she is one















of the best female champions of all time and she's a very good wrestler the difference















was Chyna was a WWF/E Intercontinental Champion in September 1999 the reason















why she won the belt was because Jeff Jarrett was leaving to WCW sent him on his















way like that by losing a House Cleaning match to Chyna at Unforgiven in 1999.































5. Triple H. Definitely The Game Triple H is a bigger name in the WWE. Just because















he has been around longer since the mid 90's. Chris Jericho didn't arrive on the scene















until late 1999 when he left WCW because of all the politics and being underutilized. I















just think right now Triple H is a bigger name that Chris Jericho in the WWE and he's















got more of a fan following. Triple H is a great wrestler and both of them are future wwe















Hall of Famer's. Triple H will be in the main event at Summer Slam 2010 vs. Sheamus.































6. Rob Van Dam. Mr. Pay Per View. Mr. Monday Night. Mr. Money in the Bank. Mr















Rob Van Dam was a more athletic wrestler that Shawn Michaels in his prime. Have















you seen any of this old matches from ECW Extreme Championship Wrestling? Rob















Van Dam is more athletic he would do all kinds of flips in the ring like he did a front















Summersault on the top rope and landed onto his opponent crowd. He was very well















technically sound and he combined that with his Martial Arts unique wrestling style















you could of compare him to A.J. Styles in his prime. HBK Shawn Michaels was very















athletic himself you he can really go the distance in his wrestling matches and he's















one of the greatest wrestling performers of all time in history of wrestling my choice















for answering this particular question Rob Van Dam.































7. Not to impose. If I may add Tna and Roh to the list of choices. I would have to say















right now it's Kurt Angle. Kurt Angle is one of the most gifted wrestlers he's one of the















greatest of all time, he's a great technical wrestler and a mat wrestler and a very good















submission specialist in the ring. When he gets that Ankle Lock on his opponent it's















either Tap or Snap. Angle's a very intense competitor in the ring and I know I already















answered this question before for you Kurt Angle in my opinion is a better wrestler in















his prime compared to Chris Benoit. And I don't know why people say that Kurt Angle















can't talk on the mic he can talk on the mic he does promos very well whether he is















trying to be funny and entertain the crowd or whether he's being serious and he means















all business. Kurt Angle isn't overrated he's one of the very best today. Angle he's the















wrestler active that has won an Olympic Gold Medal for the U.S.A. in Atlanta 1996.
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1. Masked Kane (because he had a better gimmick. Brock was just like total young caveman.)















2. Chris Benoit, without a doubt.















3. The Undertaker (for longevity. Shawn was a pain in the @ss, and admitted as much, in the 90s.)















4. Chyna, because she was the trailblazer.















5. Triple H















6. Shawn Michaels















7. WWF: Bret Hart. WWE: Kurt Angle. WCW: Ric Flair (1987ish)
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