Rize: If I could bring back one WWE Superstar in their prime it would have to be The Undertaker. Arguably the greatest to lace up a pair of boots, The Undertaker has done what most Superstars can’t.
Adapt with the WWE.
Taker has transformed multiple times. From gimmick changes to his in ring ability, I’ve never seen a Superstar as dedicated to his in ring persona as Undertaker. It’s absolutely rare to see a Superstar of Taker’s stature suicide dive onto an opponent. It’s absolutely insane and only the Undertaker is capable of doing so.
Undertaker could’ve become one of the greatest draws of all time. Instead, he decided to remain with his gimmick. He never broke kayfabe for promotional reasons and for that, he has my upmost respect.
The man is perhaps the most polarizing figure in the history of professional wrestling.
It’s difficult to imagine the WWE without him.
Hamster Fan: One legend, in their prime, to help change the company? I have to go with Eddie Guerrero. “Latino Heat” was one of a kind. He had very,very spectacular mic skills and could convince anyone whether as a heel or face.
He delivered legendary promos. He was also great in the ring, being able to adapt his wrestling style to make a 5-star match with his opponent.
He had tons of charisma that made the arena stand to their feet and erupt in cheers or boos depending on his role. He helped usher in the Mexican dempographic to watch the WWE. He related to people because he had a story.
When he finally held the title, it felt special. He was one of a kind and could entertain anyone whether
they were kids or adults. He was unique and could’ve help the company a lot now especially in the Smackdown brand because it was his show. He helped get people over by making anything entertaining.
He was loved by everyone and defined the term “Superstar.” He was deserving of everything he got and he helped make many people into fans. He was an icon, a person who helped unite anyone and everyone into feeling emotionally invested into what they saw.
He made people miss him when he was gone. He would easily be welcomed back with open arms because he was that “special”. He was a true “human” who lived his dream with the people and I believe that if it were possible, he should be the one superstar to come back.
He should come back to live his dream and make everyone else realize why he was a once in a lifetime superstar.
John Cavanagh: If you could bring one legend back in their prime, who would it be?
My dad said Superstar Billy Graham. Really? Anyway, I would choose Stone Cold Steve Austin! The crowd is still great when Stone Cold comes out, as I experienced it first-hand when I went toRAW on Long Island.
He can cut one great promo, and hasn’t changed a bit. A feud with CM Punk would be GOLD. Who wouldn’t want that feud?
Stone Cold was better than the Rock and HBK. He was a great wrestler, had a great gimmick that suited him so well, and was just entertaining. Everyone is itching for Stone Cold to have one more match.
The Rock is facing Cena at WM 28, so why noy give Stone Cold a match as well? Would the PG Era hurt Stone Cold? Probably not.
He has made numerous appearances, and his language hasn’t been that nuch of a problem. Come on, it’s Stone Cold! When Stone Cold hosted a three hour All-Stars night on RAW, ratings spiked. Stone Cold is still a huge draw, and it would be awesome for him to come back.
Ryan Frye: The ‘Heat Break Kid’ Shawn Michaels.
Look, I wanted to go old school with this, and then realized the overall greatness of the Showstopper.
The WWE could use someone so versitile and all-around great performer.
My pick is Shawn Michaels.
Do you remember his feud with Chris Jericho?
Yes, that’s what I thought!
Charlie Groenewegen: I’m sure people are thinking, “The Rock!” but he is not a WWE Hall of Famer so he is disqualified. Sorry but I just had to say that.
The one Hall of Famer to bring back in their prime is Stone Cold.
Arrive, raise hell, leave.