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News by Heidihi2 posted over a year ago
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Throughout WWE history, many superstars have undergone changes in characters. Whether it was a slight alteration or a complete makeover, it's common to see a wrestler go through two to three iterations before finding something that sticks.

Some examples in WWE today include Tensai (Albert, A-Train), Ryback (Skip Sheffield) and Damien Sandow (Idol Stevens).

Some wrestlers in the past made a career out of it (Brutus Beefcake, The Godfather, Crush and Rikishi might have been their most popular characters, but they have a long list of portrayals).

Umaga- Before he was the Samoan Bulldozer, he was Jamal, one-half of 3-Minute Warning. Jamal never screamed main event.

JBL- John Bradshaw Layfield.
Now, Bradshaw of the APA,Justin Hawk Bradshaw or Blackjack Bradshaw.

Dolph Ziggler- Spirit Squad and Dolph's days as Nicky—but even Dolph Ziggler started as a guy who just annoyed people by introducing himself constantly.
Opinion by Heidihi2 posted over a year ago
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No one is better at putting over a wrestler's talent than Paul Heyman.

He’s a master of hiding a wrestler’s weakness and helping to motivate him. He can talk about someone better than they can talk about themselves.

Nearly any wrestler on the WWE roster could benefit by having Heyman in his corner. CM Punk probably needs Heyman less than anyone right now. But still, those two joining forces leaves open a ton of intriguing possibilities.

With WWE far behind on building toward the future, it should consider adding more wrestlers to CM Punk and Heyman's act.

It's been too long since seen we've seen a powerful stable in WWE, and with those two in charge, they could make a group for the ages.

But who is worthy to join the group?

Heyman and Punk have so much history with various wrestlers that the choices are nearly endless.

While nearly any wrestler would benefit from joining, if anyone is added to Punk and Heyman's act, it should be one of these six.
List by LostPB posted over a year ago
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The Undertaker and John Cena are the only two Superstars that have entered the Royal Rumble Match at No. 30 and won. These victories also occurred back-to-back in 2007 and 2008, respectively.

Hulk Hogan’s loss to The Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania VI marked the first time ever that The Hulkster lost a match via pinfall at a WWE pay-per-view event.

Maryse is the longest reigning Divas Champion, holding the title for 212 days. Jillian’s reign was the shortest at just five minutes.

During the infamous Hell in a Cell Match at King of the Ring in 1998, Mankind scattered 10,000 tacks across the ring in his failed attempt to defeat The Undertaker.

Edge attended WrestleMania VI at Toronto’s SkyDome as a young fan. Twelve years later, he competed in the same arena as a WWE Superstar at WrestleMania X8 and defeated Booker T.

Triple H’s Pedigree is similar in technique and execution as the double underhook facebuster, however, The Game’s finishing maneuver is much more devastating.