Neither... or both? They serve no purpose without each other.
Anderson did almost win the G1 once, and was a founding member of Bullet Club, he had virtually no singles success in WWE. Plus gallows has his run in the Straight Edge Society (and festus I guess)
Coin flip for me.
If I had to choose, I’d say Anderson has the higher ceiling, but has never really had the chance to live up to it on US television.
I’m game to suggest a new team, and perhaps suggest we limit it to teams who are currently not teaming. who was the Janetty of…The Hardy’s?
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This one is interesting to me because I'm always a Hardyz mark to an extent. It's a hell of a question because, if you're going by World Titles, established main event credibility, and marketability then it's Jeff, right? Jeff was selling merch on par with Cena once upon a time.
However, Jeff also suffers from while he's had many more chances to be the man, he never was able to hold it for long before booking decisions took it away, or he fucked it up (Victory Road, his feud with CM Punk) and sadly that's hurt his legacy.
Matt also fell off the wagon about 9-10 years ago, but when he recovered, he was able to parlay that into a better comeback arc, that netted him main event spots in ROH and TNA, titles, and eventually creating the Broken Matt character, which made him go viral for the first time ever. I'd argue that it was one of the first times for either Hardy that their antics, went viral, and it not being for a Youtube rant.
It's kind of a tossup, Vince has always been more interested in Jeff but Jeff has never been able to keep his shit together long enough to reap the benefits.
Who would be the Janetty of... the Motor City Machine Guns?
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Brian Christopher. Too Cool were sort of second tier, still over but not over enough to be the focus of the tag division at a given time, but they had their niche. But that niche was fulfilled by 2 things: the dance with Rikishi and when they put the glasses on some face and they cringey danced too, and Scotty 2 Hotty having the Worm as a nonsensical but very over finisher.
Sexay had neither of them. And was kinda generic in the ring. Hes like the Jakob Dylan of his daddy was famous, but he was just bleh.
IRS, definitely. Dibiase had the main event aura going for him, had the Million Dollar title and the storyline with Virgil, he arguably should have been given a chance even if only briefly to hold the WWF title when he bought it from Andre but... Hogan I guess. All of that going for him, and he was still over as hell as a heel even into the early 90's, because that character was cutting edge, Ted had the charisma, and that laugh tho.
With IRS, it was just where the WWF at the time was starting to slide into all of their under carders had to have a silly, cartoon gimmick and no matter how good he was (Mike Rotunda is underrated as a worker) he was just a pretty good hand with a cringe gimmick, not a star.
Who is... the Janetty of the original LEGION OF DOOM, the Road Warriors