Every week I will open up the Twitter mailbag.
Send me your questions or thoughts that you would like me to comment on throughout the week, and I will do my best to get to them on one of my upcoming Bleacher Report mailbag installments.
Simply tweet me @JustinLaBar and put "#BR" at the end of the question so that I know you would like it answered in this weekly feature!
Here we go!
The episode after WrestleMania. Absolutely.
The level of unpredictability and the track record it has for big events taking place is amazing. We see so many debuts, returns and critical things happen that set up the next year―it holds as much weight for different reasons as WrestleMania on WrestleMania weekend.
The Raw after Royal Rumble can be exciting but never has the same consistent level of big feel every year.
The big question on everyone's mind since WrestleMania 29 was first announced at MetLife stadium.
WWE is WWE. I'd like to think they have some magical plan, but then I comically think about a famous story told which I believe is even documented on the best of WrestleMania DVD.
When WrestleMania 9 was going to take place outside in a makeshift arena built in Vegas by WWE, people worried about rain. When they would bring it up to Vince McMahon, he would reply, “It's WrestleMania, its not going to rain.”
So, I guess the same rule still applies. If it doesn't, I got a suite—I'll take cover inside in the warm accommodations.
I never thought it would be the start of 2013 and Barrett would have yet to hold a world title in WWE. Think about the path he was once on.
Having a great NXT impression with his skills and Chris Jericho as his trainer. Goes on to lead Nexus, which created a ton of buzz and was considerably over for the first months it was around. The guy in, main-eventing every show with John Cena and other top babyfaces. This is all in 2010.
I hope Barrett will be in the World Heavyweight Championship picture by the summer of this year, at the latest. If he isn't, I have to wonder why in terms of whether there is something political backstage preventing him from being in that world-title picture.
I do like the Fight Club-type gimmick he's had since returning from injury. I hope to see some good momentum built off his currently having a mid-card title. As soon as he loses it, the next television program, he needs to be entered into the world-title picture.
There is no denying The Ultimate Warrior is controversial and everyone has an opinion on him in the business. Some good, some terrible opinions.
Despite that, he was one of the most popular stars when he was active. The energy he brought to the ring and television screen was incredible.
The better question would be, who inducts him? Usually people who are going in to the Hall of Fame get inducted by those who are close friends and/or that have had significant impacts on their careers. I'm not quite sure who qualifies and is available for inducting Warrior.
With all that is remembered and laughed about regarding Warrior's promos, his Hall of Fame speech would be one for the books.