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NXT Takeover was a fantastic show. But Sami Zayn will be 30 next month, and I fear the WWE are not maximizing what little peak physical condition years he has left.
I am a Bo-liever. I can't wait to see what they have in mind for him.
Rollins has really broken out as a performer in the last couple of months. Still, Ambrose would have been the more obvious one to turn - he's always seemed a little unhinged.
Batista's outrage on Twitter after Bluetista was awesome, especially rewriting his bio as #wwejobber. His return was not really welcome, but he's redeemed himself.
wrestlers can go into their 40s in peak-ish condition. the main reason it's not more common right now is that a lot of the guys in that age bracket have made enough money over their career that they don't have to.
But aren't they numbed up on a million painkillers to get them to that point? Perhaps I am lumping Sami with the Daniel Bryan/CM Punk ROH crowd, where the ethos and personal politics are different. Bryan and Punk are both banged up by early/mid-30s, and their lifestyles aren't exactly conductive to the long-term rigors of professional wrestling. I know Bryan is no longer a vegan but still.
And while it's easy to think of the typical WWF/NWA brawlers who lasted a long time (Sting/Flair/Hogan/Undertaker/etc) It's really hard for me to think of a high flyer who worked steadily into his 40s. RVD's the only guy I can think of off the top of my head, but he's had long hiatuses and had a reputation for being lazy in the ring.
it writes itself.
I'm not sure if professional wrestling has ever had a method actor but there is one now.
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