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By Dave Scherer on 2013-10-23 09:59:00

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Please edit this question anyway you see fit, but I have to say your website is probably the best at being the most informative about what's happening with WWE. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one that's frustrated with how some of the things are going, but that's another matter. Someone asked which wrestler has done the most for WWE and your answer was Hogan, which I agree. However, hasn't Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson done quite a bit for the WWE? I would place him at number 2, his ability of bringing old fans of WWE back plus a whole new bunch of fans to any kind of wrestling. Would love your feedback on this.

I would have a hard time picking between The Rock and Steve Austin for the 2 and 3 spots. Rock coming back to work after being away may lift him to number two.

I thought the whole point of WWE never defending the WWE Title on Raw anymore was so people would buy the PPV. After 2 PPVs with no legitimate champion, do you think WWE is shooting themselves in the foot for Survivor Series buyrates?

I don't think that they are putting a lot of faith into the buyers. Why spend 55 bucks and not get a finish. They say, "We provide a fun three hour show" but to many fans, like me, finishes to matches matter. It's not a variety show.

Do you think it would make a good angle to use Stephanie McMahon's stock sell off? I could think of a scenario where Big Show wasn't actually broke but had secretly spent his money buying the stock Stephanie was selling. Use that to make him be able to go on a rampage without repercussions, or make him acting GM of Raw to counter balance the McMahon regime.

I don't like the idea. Plus, as an officer in the company, that could get them some inquiries from the SEC as it could confuse investors.

Who in your estimation are the top gaijin of all time? I’m torn between Stan Hansen, Big Van Vader and Steve Williams.

I gotta go with Stan Hansen.

I take the point that Stephanie should take a beating at some point down the line, but how would that work. I don’t exactly see them portraying a man beating down or hitting a woman, at least not in this PG era.

It would have to be a woman, for sure. Cody Rhodes' wife is a trained wrestler and would fit into the story line. Or they could write one for another Diva.

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