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By Dave Scherer on 2013-05-05 09:59:00

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After hearing positive reviews about Daniel Bryan's match with 'WWE's latest cartoon monster factory creation' Ryback, it reminded me about a chapter in Bret Hart's book where he mentions Vince asking him to use his great ring skills to make a big, muscular, green guy look good (can't remember the guys name but he amounted to nothing). Obviously, Vince appreciated his work ethic and in time, Bret became one of the all time WWF greats (which can't ever happen without Vince's backing). Do you see Bryan eventually achieving Bret's success? Or do you think he'll be booked like the Mysterio 'underdog' character due to his size? I really think Bryan is the best all-rounder WWE has had in years.

I think of the two scenarios, the former is more likely.  Bryan isn't tall but he isn't ridiculously short like Rey is. I hope that at some point, they realize what they have in him (much like they did with Eddy Guerrero and Chris Benoit) and let him show the world what he can do at the top of the card.  He is a fabulous worker and has shown that he understands how to be a "character" too.  I hope they give him the chance.

What happened to Ring Ka King?

It has not renewed by the station in India that ran it at this time.

I enjoy the site and its observational tone- thanks! I was wondering, do you think WWE purposely made the new Full Sail-based NXT to look like the TNA Impact Zone (get the shovels), and do you think that might have helped TNA decide to go on the road? Since they're both based in Orlando it seems slightly more than coincidence. Btw I have been watching NXT lately and it's WWE's best current program in my opinion.

TNA had decided to go on the road on their own. They are probably glad that they did now that WWE is moving NXT operations to Orlando.  And I agree with you, from what I have seen of NXT it is easily WWE's best show right now. See what happens when you take Vince out of the equation?

In the match between Steve Austin and Owen Hart do you think Owen did the pile driver on Austin to hurt him on purpose?

Absolutely not.  No way, no how.

I'm guessing HHH has been in the family long enough to say "Vince, you're putting out crap. Ratings are down, you're losing viewers and the future doesn't look good." Do you think Vince ignores everybody's advice?

I don't think H would talk to Vince like that and frankly he shouldn't.  Vince deserves more respect than that. H gives his input but like everyone else in WWE they understand that Vince thinks his direction is best and while he will make some small changes to things, he will continue to steer the ship in the direction that he wants it to go.  Unfortunately.

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