1)What do you like to watch as much as wrestling?
-I can't seem to remember what other things I like that is of the same amount of like I have for wrestling but I will add that I enjoy anime particularly One Piece and I also am a fan of Marvel and DC. I am also into history and geography and I like learning...
Best answer: 1)What do you like to watch as much as wrestling?
-I can't seem to remember what other things I like that is of the same amount of like I have for wrestling but I will add that I enjoy anime particularly One Piece and I also am a fan of Marvel and DC. I am also into history and geography and I like learning about things.
2)Would you rather befriend your current favorite wrestler, or date your celebrity crush?
-Option B is not the possible answer as I have no celebrity crush nor am I interested in any celebrity matters. Befriending my favourite wrestler would be pleasurable and I am certain that Daniel Bryan would our friendship. I also failed to mention that option B comes at a price of constant unnecessary attention with other people depending on the situation and the celebrities popularity or status.
2)How do you want to meet your favorite wrestler? or Where?
-Best place to meet Daniel Bryan is in a mall with his wife. I would want him to me by aiding, when something of he's fall down or when his credit card doesn't seem to be working which is extremely unlikely or perhaps I can meet Bryan alone when he is eating at a restaurant, provided that a massive number of fans aren't surrounding him or present with the same intentions of me to talk to him. It is difficult to gain a popular wrestlers' attention and during autograph signings, it may become tiresome signing autographs.
3)What wrestler inspires/motivates you?
-Daniel Bryan. His passion and determination for wrestling is all in all an inspiration. He has many good qualities that make him an appropriate role model for the children out there. His wife played an important role in making Bryan come out of early retirement and without her, Bryan would not have the courage so kudos to her.
4)Do you like to see face vs. face matches, or face vs. heel matches better?
-Face vs Face matches are certainly enjoyable and there has have been a lot of face vs face matches that are four to five star matches. Matches such as Shawn Michaels vs The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 25 and The Rock vs Stone Cold at Wrestlemania 17 are high profile matches. Although Face vs Face matches can cause a split of fans, it usually ends in high note and everyone, well almost everyone, are happy about it. Now Face vs Heel matches are a different thing as it follows wrestling tradition and it is the norm in pro wrestling and I have seen a lot of very enjoyable wrestling matches involving face vs heel. The verdict is that I will choose face vs heel. I like face vs face matches greatly but face vs heel is just what I am most familiar with.
5)Do you judge a good match based off of crowd reaction, or not?
-Crowd Reactions are a very significant factor in wrestling matches and since WWE is all about entertainment, the matches there have to be entertaining. If the matches aren't entertaining and considered boring, it pierces the match and although two wrestlers can perform excellently in a match, if there is no entertainment and no crowd reaction then the match isn't considered a good match. Most wrestling critics judge a match on both wrestling and entertainment which includes crowd reaction. If a match is very good and the crowd is hot for it as well as it being entertaining then it is worthy enough to receive a five star match. I judge matches based on how entertaining it is and how they wrestle and work together.
6)What impressed you most about your favorite wrestler? current, or all time?
-His tremendous proficiency in submission. Daniel Bryan is the greatest submission specialist in WWE history. He is able to apply a surfboard submission move, facelock submission move, Yes-Lock and the Cattle Mutilation.
7)What is your favorite submission finishing/signature move?
Submission - Ankle Lock - It's a good submission move and Angle is very good with the move as he managed to make Brock Lesnar and John Cena tap out as point. It's a very deadly submission move.
Signature Move - Very European Uppercut - Opponent jumps and Cesaro thrusts his arm and uppercuts the opponent with power. Cesaro can execute it from anywhere and it is a shame that he doesn't use that move nearly as much as he used to but when he does, he makes me clap my hands in appreciation. What a move.
Finishing Move - Running Knee/Knee + - A simple yet effective move that is extremely difficult to kick out of as it targets the chin to injure the opponent. If one isn't successful then the second one will be.
8)What move do you think is "over-used"?
-Superkick - It's over-used and I can name you 10 or more superstars that use/have used the superkick either as a normal move, signature move or finishing move....
•Shawn Michaels - Sweet Chain Music to the face and the one who popularised. He's main finisher.
•Dolph Ziggler - Adopted a variation from Shawn Michaels and uses it as a secondary finisher usually after the Zig Zag fails.
•Tamina Snuka - Uses it as a signature.
•Xavier Woods - Uses it as a normal move.
•The Usos - Their signature moves that can be used simultaneously.
•Tyler Breeze - His signature move which he referred to as the "Supermodel Kick"
•Carmella - Uses one as a finisher but the superkick was formerly a signature move.
•Seth Rollins - Uses it as a normal move to a kneeling opponent.
•Goldberg - Used it as a signature move at one point injured Bret Hart with it.
•Paige - Used it as a normal move.
•Shelton Benjamin - As a signature move.
•Chris Jericho - Once against Shawn Michaels.
•The Brian Kendrick - Used it as a normal move.
•Luke Harper - Uses it as a normal move.
•Kevin Owens - Used it as a signature move.
It's 16 people that you use it if you count The Usos.
9)Favorite strike- Kicks, Knees, Uppercuts, Forearms, Headbutt, Chops, or Elbows?
-Kicks - I love kicks of any variation in WWE.
Favourite(Kicks) - Sweet Chain Music by Shawn Michaels - A well known finisher from Shawn Michaels.
Favourite(Knee) - Kinshasa Knee - The Running Knee is my favourite finished in WWE but I'll pick Kinshasa Knee as second favourite based on how amazing it looks. Nakamura can do it from the front, back, top rope and even to someone who is between the ropes.
Favourite(Uppercut) - The Uppercuts used by Randy Orton - Like the knee favourites, the uppercut used by Orton are my second favourite uppercut in WWE.
Favourite(Forearm) - Alexa Bliss' forearm attack - It looks and sounds painful and Alexa Bliss has used it as a finishing move on one occasion against Mickie James.
Favourite(Headbutt) - Paige Headbutts - The headbutts that Paige used especially when she crawls on a lying opponent is fascinating to watch.
Favourite(Chops) - Chops used by Ric Flair - He popularized it and if he used it, it would be the biggest "wooo"
Favourite(Elbow) - Shawn Michaels elbow drops - This is a nice one.
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