Discussion in 'TSC' started by avon barksdale, Feb 19, 2020.
Each of these four was a part of Wwf/wwe Top guy
I think Cena gave him the least amount of headaches so probably him but I also think he's greatful to Rock. Ausin and Hogan too but I think he also had some headaches with them by the end (More so Hogan. Obviously nothing compared to Warrior/Shawn/Bret etther)
Sulk made the WWF a global superstar
Austin saved Vince from going out of business
Rock got Vince thinking he could dabble with movies
Cena the most loyal.
By default it's Cena. Rock went Hollywood and didn't return for several years, Austin walked out and has his own ventures, Hogan signed with a competitor twice and had many disagreements with the company over money. Cena never walked out on the company and did everything they ever asked of him.
Cena for his longevity.
Cena: stayed longer and even in transitioning out he still hasn't really left.
Cena followed by Austin, Hogan (he didnt snitch), Rock (disappeared and ignored his E past)
Cena basically legitimately gave his life to the company in a way, dude didn’t have a family or kids because of his grind and schedule. As mentioned, the other three guys all left for various reasons, Cena’s the only one who never left and even transitioning into Hollywood as we speak still has one foot in the door with the company.
No way, you are all off. Its Austin.
Vince called him the greatest wwe superstar of all time.
In 2009. shyt changed breh.
Gotta be Cena or Austin
Vince made Cena a star
Austin made Vince a star
Salute that full contrarian spin doctor shyt
Just like I taught him
Can’t go wrong with either Austin or Cena.
Austin cuz it was said that Vince basically see himself in Austin and Cena like folks said because of the longevity of cash that he brought