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    Who is more important for pro wrestling history?

    To analyze these comparisons I'd like to talk about Jericho. He is winning 20-5. Why did you choose him over Goldberg?In the sense, Goldberg is for sure a bigger star than Jericho. Jericho in WWE was always a midcarder-uppercarder, occasionally a mani eventer, while Goldberg has been, for his entire short career, and he's still today a main eventer and in 1998 was a mega star. I think that Jericho's greatness has increased so mich these last 2 years with this NJPW and AEW stints.
  2. Good morning. This poll is about historical importance, obiouvsly not about who is a better worker. The comparisons are: 1) Bret Hart vs The Rock 2) Jushin Liger vs The Undertaker 3) Chris Jericho vs Goldberg 4) Junkyard Dog vs Kevin Nash 5) Daniel Bryan vs AJ Styles Thank you very much
  3. Good morning. This poll is about historical importance, obiouvsly not about who is a better worker. The comparisons are: 1) Kurt Angle vs Chris Jericho 2) The Undertaker vs Bret Hart 3) Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Kenta Kobashi 4) Daniel Bryan vs Big Show 5) AJ Styles vs Scott Hall Thank you very much
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    Who is a better in ring performer?

    Hi guys, I returned opening the comparisons about who is a better in ring performer? The criteria are storytelling, in ring psychologhy, selling, quality of matches, workrate, cleaning in the execution of moves. The comparisons are: Bret Hart vs Ric Flair Kazuchika Okada vs Toshiaki Kawada Mitsuharu Misawa vs Kenta Kobashi Bryan Danielson vs Jumbo Tsuruta Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Akira Taue Thank you very much
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    Who is more important for pro wrestling history?

    I'm sorry JerryvonKramer, however, in the poll you voted the opposite wrestlers that you've chosen here.
  6. Good morning. This poll is about historical importance, obiouvsly not about who is a better worker. The comparisons are: 1)Randy Savage vs Mitsuharu Misawa 2)Ultimate Warrior vs Chris Jericho 3)Jake Roberts vs Kurt Angle 4)Akira Taue vs Jeff Hardy 5)Edge vs Rick Rude Thank you very much
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    Who is more historically important in a positive way?

    In every forum I compared Bryan to Edge he won by a wide margin, even on wrestlingclassics.
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    Who is more historically important in a positive way?

    On Wrestlingclassics forum I opened a same poll. These are the results: Gus Sonnenberg vs Tom Jenkins 5-3 Bret Hart vs Roddy Piper 6-18 Andre the Giant vs Giant Baba 19-5 Toshiaki Kawada vs Chris Jericho 10-13 Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Kensuke Sasaki 12-5 Jushin Liger vs Kenta Kobashi 16-4 Mitsuharu Misawa vs Goldberg 23-3 Jake Roberts vs Eddie Guerrero 11-9 Daniel Bryan vs Lex Luger 24-2 CM Punk vs Masahiro Chono 12-11
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    Who is more historically important in a positive way?

    Thanks. About Bryan what is your position? In the sense, what do you think about Coffey's statement about the fact that Bryan's historical importance is a little overrated? If the answer was only about historical importance, without positivity, how would have you compared Bryan, for example, to Edge, Big Show, Randy Orton, AJ Styles, wrestlers that are probably more well known by people (if you analyze google trends data Bryan is very weak) , considering that they have more longeivity and they were on top during more popular periods, but for sure they didn't inspire so many wrestlers like Bryan did and more importantly for sure his style has been more influential.
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    Who is more historically important in a positive way?

    If there would have not been the term "in a positive way" how would have you voted alla the comparisons? In the sense, would have you vote base on popularity and being more well known ? In the sense, probably considering these comparisons Jericho, Batista, Edge and Show are for sure more well known but does that mean that they are more important, without considering positivity and negativity way? About Jericho vs Kawada, what inducted you in voting for Jericho?
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    Who is more historically important in a positive way?

    What is also your opinion about Jericho vs Kawada and AJ vs Big Show? Especially about Styles vs Show, did you vote for Big Show, in particular because AJ's career is still in progress like in the case of Bryan?
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    Who is more historically important in a positive way?

    Guys, what is your argument about Chris Jericho over Toshiaki Kawada?
  13. Good afternoon.. I opened this new topic in which you can compare the historical importance of wrestlers. Obiouvsly the comparisons are about who is the most important wrestler, NOT about who is the best wrestler/worker. For example, Johnny Gargano could be a better worker than The Rock, but in no way he is more important. How much important is popularity of fame in judging historical importance? In the sense, for sure, Big Show is so much more known by people than AJ Styles, but does that mean that Show is more important?  The comparison of my poll are: Chris Jericho vs Toshiaki Kawada Kenta Kobashi vs Jushin Liger Batista vs Kurt Angle Daniel Bryan vs Edge Big Show vs AJ Styles Thank you very much
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    Who is a better in ring performer?

    I don't like the way he hit them. Obiouvsly it's not really a critic, but considering how awesome he is, it's the only thing in which I think he is not perfect.
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    Who is a better in ring performer?

    The only thing that I don't like about Kobashi are his chops. They are really bad, in my opinion, especially comparing them to Benoit's chops for example. What do you think about Danielson vs Akiyama?
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