View Poll Results: Better PRO WRESTLER in 2012?

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    19 79.17%
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Thread: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

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    Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    I love Ki but Show has really entertained me with his matches from July to now, so Show.

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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Been kinda down on Low Ki lately and I wasn't pleased with him legit KO'ing a guy then not doing anything to protect him from a top rope double stomp, but I've always enjoyed him more than Big Show.

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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Going back right to the early days of TNA, I've always been a huge fan of Ki's work, he'd probably make it into my top 10 favourite wrestlers. I watched the recent match with Generico at EVOLVE and it wasn't anything special, but that's about all I've seen from his work this year.

    However, Big Show has had a tremendous year, he had the great feud with Mark Henry (produced some of the best 'big man' matches in years in the 'E), helped Daniel Bryan on his path to the World title by making him look like a main event player, and won both the World and IC titles. Not to mention he's been one of the most consistent on the mic.

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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Yeah Big Show's matches with Henry and Bryan were really good.


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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Show is the best that he has been in years.

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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Show, just like Sheamus, bothers me as a face. He's a good big man, and his matches have improved so far this year, but his mic work does nothing for me and I don't buy into him at all. Ki himself has been underwhelming in a lot of cases so far this year, but in spite of that he's still the smarter, more able wrestler and can be entertaining under some circumstances. So, I'm going Low Ki, even though he'll lose.
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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    I've actually liked some of Show's promos these past few months; his feuds with Henry, Bryan, and Rhodes I have greatly enjoyed too.


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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Show. Why? Because Ki has been mostly **** since Jan.

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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Show is solid, and even at his age is one of the best big men in the business. He can have a good match with most people. And, most importantly, he knows how to FAKE a punch. Low Ki is a bitter little **** of a man who just kicks you in the face as hard as he can to prove that he's tough.

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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    I'm not voting due to not seeing much of Low Ki, but I would also say that Big Show has been better over the past few months than ever before. His matches with Bryan at the start of the year were terrific.







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    Re: Best Wrestler in North America Round 1: Big Show vs Low Ki

    Always been a big Ki mark, but the guy has been a little dissapointing lately, or atleast he his matches havent lived up to their potential.

    Show pretty much made Daniel Bryan.

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