I totally agree Coach Mays, our bench was significantly stronger than what I projected in the off-season and the guys are playing good ball right now. Anything we need to address?
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Maybe he's the leader of the Shield.
Back in the late '90s, I was a big fan of Nash. Wolfpac 4 Life. He gets a lot of shit, most of it deserved, for his poor attitude and general laziness in the ring. Depends on who you listen to as to whether he booked himself to go over Goldberg (as Goldberg contends), or if he didn't start booking until afterwards (as Nash says), but the controversy around that is still a great example of how his career has a few black marks over it.
Still, I think there's a lot of things to be said for his contributions to the business. He was WWE champion for nearly a year, and while he may never have drawn as much as Hogan, Austin, etc., he still did OK. Bob Backlund never drew as much as Bruno Sammartino, hell Bret Hart never drew in the same 'superstar' way, but it doesn't affect his legacy (of course, they were both MUCH better in the ring than Nash). Add in Nash's role in the nWo, and just how over he was just before WCW began it's two-year death crawl, and a very strong argument can be made for an individual Hall of Fame induction, alongside the inevitable nWo one when Hall is healthy enough and TNA finally pulls the plug on Hogan.
Nash isn't in the conversation of G.O.A.T. by any means, and probably wouldn't make many people's Top 10, but when you start looking at a Top 25 or so Superstars, then maybe he should get a look in.
When did HBK come out of retirement?