Thursday, June 30, 2011

My Top 10 WWE Wrestlers to Push or Push Out (Part 2)

This list is in no particular order and was NOT stolen from another individual. Copyright Infringement will not be tolerated and all property goes to Steven Chung....AH SCREW IT! I don't what you want. :) 

- Blog #34: After looking through the entire superstar roster on, there were a bunch of wrestlers who deserve one title shot or another. Unfortunately, they are some who have won titles, but don't seem to bring much to the table when it comes to the company anymore. Some of these may seem ridiculous, but this is what I believe to be the truth. So...hey! Here comes Part 2!
WWE Wrestlers Who Need to Leave

1. Jack Swagger - I had high hopes for this man. I really did. His character is just getting really stale. The only thing that could possibly save Swagger's career now is if he pulls an opposite R-Truth. Jack Swagger needs, what we WWE fans like to call, a face turn. Swagger needs to turn into a good guy. Truthfully, I'm not so sure even that's going to help much. This is because Swagger's microphone skills are terrible. In this day and age of WWE, it's almost essential that every wrestler has to have some charisma on the microphone. For a long period of time, since his debut on ECW, Swagger had a serious lisp problem. To this day, it hasn't gotten much better. Swagger needs a face turn. I think it's the only thing that can save him, now. Jack Swagger won a world title already, but I can honestly say it was the least memorable title hold in a decade. Swagger needs to go or go face. The sooner, the better. If nothing is changed within the next months, he's going to be known as "The All-American Reject" for years to come.

2. The Great Khali - Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. This guy is pathetic. Khali goes from menacing monster to some hug-and-snug nice guy in the most insensible fashion ever. Now, he's back to menacing. All because of the debut of Jinder Mahal. Seriously, I don't care that this guy has been World Heavyweight Champion. HE CAN'T WRESTLE! There was even a moment, which I remember very well, where the audience at Madison Square Garden's 2008 Royal Rumble gave out a "You can't wrestle!" chant when The Great Khali came out. I KNOW that this guy has less moves in the ring than John Cena. That's saying a lot when you're comparing your in-ring moves to "5-Moves Cena." WWE doesn't need this guy. WWE was great and memorable without this guy. I would certainly not miss The Great Khali, if he were to suddenly disappear from the WWE. Punjabi Playboy...oh, please. You're obsolete, Khali. Go continue your better work on sitcom TV-shows, where you're just a laughing matter. I can't translate that for you in Punjabi. Another thing. I question whether he's actually speaking Punjabi on shows or just making up gibberish. He probably is, but it doesn't sound that great. That's just a small problem. My main complaint about Khali...he can't wrestle. The end.     

3. Hornswoggle - (Sighs)...Finlay's gone. You've disgraced the Cruiserweight title and division. You've disgraced certain talented superstars (Chavo Guerrero, Tyson Kidd, etc.). Hornswoggle...please leave. You definitely won't be missed. You don't really have any other purpose on the WWE. What could you possibly make worse? Win the World Heavyweight Championship? I shudder to think. If you are going to stay, then learn to wrestle and speak freaking English! You're not funny, you're not entertaining, you're just terrible and a waste of TV-airtime. Please...go away!

4. Both Nikki and Brie Bella - Twins. Both are going to be put in this one entry, because both of them are worthless when it comes to WWE as a whole. Even Brie, who won the Diva's Championship (the most worthless title, if you ask me) and appeared to be promising in her singles debut on Smackdown, isn't that great of a wrestler. WWE, if you're going to promote your superstars as wrestlers, then stop making them into jokes or chauffeurs or whatever. Both the Bellas are terrible on the microphone, both aren't that talented in the ring, and they both overuse their twin-powers to cheat in matches. I'm glad that Kharma is going to be a loving mother of a child, soon. However, when the Bellas made some rude remarks on Kharma's weight, I was hoping that Kharma would beat them down. I swear that the only reason these twins are with the WWE is so that people will pay to look and gaze at their "attractiveness." This doesn't change the fact that both of them are extremely boring.  

5. Michael Cole - Edge said it best before he retired. "Michael Cole, you have been the personification of stupidity, since 1997...I would rather listen to a recording of JR than a live Michael Cole." He makes so many mistakes on the announce table. Calling Batista the Women's Champion, pronouncing the word "attacked" as "attack-ed" (which must mean that Cole is either really dumb, or reading a script placed in front of him), and of course the "AND I QUOTE..." saying. All are just an annoyance. Cole did his best announce work as a face over on Smackdown, but even that work was ousted by that of John Bradshaw Layfield's commentary. He's definitely the voice of the WWE, but not in a good way. I don't doubt that Michael Cole will end up in the WWE Hall of Fame, but he will never top the announcing skills of Jim Ross or JBL or even Jerry "The King" Lawler. Cole's actually not as bad as Todd Grisham, but the difference between the two is that Grisham is actually doing his job exactly the way it should be done. Just commentate on the match!         


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