Ryan Frye and Tim Nguyen will square off against one another as the third matchup for the Cross the Line Division.
Ryan has an impressive 200 articles as a B/R Correspondent, and writes with a short and sweet style that stays lighthearted and flows well without dragging on at any point. With 199 articles, however, something is keeping him from gaining his next B/R reputation.
This competition could be the opportunity he needs to catapult him to the analyst reputation, unless Tim Nguyen has something to say about it.
Tim has a short, informative style almost similar to that of Ryan’s method of writing. Tim is still early in his B/R tenure and much like Tillster has some rough edges that could use polishing from the savvy guidance of a B/R legend.
Where’s Mike a.k.a. The Professor when you need him?
Ryan and Tim have been charged with stating a case for Sunny or Sable as the true first WWE Diva. Given their style of writing, look for these pieces to be short, very informative, and easy to read.
If this happens, you should also expect both pieces to resemble last Monday’s three-hour episode of RAW. Take that last statement however you choose to.
Both Ryan and Tim will have to step out of their informative comfort zones to creatively appeal to the reader’s senses in order to defeat their opponent.
The writer that chooses Sunny could win by arguing that Sunny was the WWE’s John Cena of the Divas Division in the past. Sunny had the charisma, the looks, and was considered the total package for what the WWE needed to attract horny teens and married men to their product.
The writer that chooses Sable could argue the exact same thing, relying on Sable’s sex appeal and wrestling ability to state a solid case for her sexual appeal the WWE needed to attract horny teens and married men to their product during the Attitude Era.
In order to avoid disrespecting both women and the wrestling section’s female fans, both writers should also take care to point out each woman’s empowering ways and personalities. Remember: Sunny managed the hell out of the Bodydonnas, and Sable gave Marc Mero all types of bad dreams.
Unfortunately Sunny had hog slop dropped over her by the Godwinns and Sable was forced by Marc Mero to wear a potato sack to the ring. There’s a bad joke waiting to happen somewhere in there.
This is a fight that could go either way; expect the winner to prove without a shadow of a doubt that either Sunny’s cheerful personality and All-American Girl looks, or Sable’s raunchy and titillating sex appeal, attracted horny men to the product.