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Old 01 Oct 2010, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yeah i can agree..some superstars are not legends and wrestling fans tend to call them that when they are really just Highly Respected..so yeah wrestling fans do naturally tend to call Highly Respected Superstars legends..sometimes too much..so yeah..agreed..
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I believe that is their opinion if they call someone a legend .















IMO, I don't consider Eddie Guerrero . But some other people may, which results in us having seperate opinions on the specific wrestler .















Highly respected can be anyone . Randy Orton and John Cena are highly respected, yet they are not legends (yet) .
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erm. thats two words
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