Originally, I was going to say The Rock vs Austin at Wrestlemania 15, 1999, but then I saw the addtional detail and lets me just say, Wrestlemania 13, Austin vs Bret Hart is probably the best match Austin has ever been in. The matches with the Rock comes second. Orginally, with the match with the Rock, I would had said that it had everything. Close calls, brutal matches, and it didn't go to far with running people over like in certain matches. *cough-Rikishi and HHH* It was simple, but brutal. Plus the match, it self, told a story. There was frustration coming from the Rock. There was a sense of heel vs face, where the corporation got involved. Then there was justice for the little man as Mankind came out to help Stone Cold Even the Odds. Perfect story of how simple man and weirdos (Stone Cold and Mankind) can triumph over a huge power. This match was just great in every way. The set up, the storyline, the epic brutal beating, and the end where both men are reversing moves. Just amazing.
But it has to be Bret Hart vs Stone Cold. Best match, doesn't even need the category of grudge, ever, by Stone Cold. And its not just my opinion, hell, this match won match of the year. I can't say that it had a great storyline like the Rock, but the match quality alone, over shadows that. This was the match where we all saw what Austin was capable of. For one thing, he wasn't some simple angry red neck, but a guy that kept up with the excellence of execution. Plus the ending for the match was amazing. Austin refusing to tap out in a pool of his own blood and after the match, Bret Hart continues his assault. I mean, the guy that was the heros to kids turns heel in one match while Austin turns face and doesn't change at all. It must be one hell of a grudge match to force a huge babyface at the time like Bret Hart to be a jack@ss.
BQ: I believe Kofi Kingston will be world champion someday. At least, either him or R-Truth. Sadly, its true, WWE said that are hoping to make the next big African American star to a similar status like Booker T. So I think one of those two men will get the push, but in my opinion, it will be Kofi first. I think WWE really sees something in him. I remembered that he screwed something up during his feud with Orton and they gave him a second chance (cause he was jobbing after that feud). I think WWE sees a lot of potential in him. And lets see, we all know that he works with the crowd. He is a talented wrestler, and he has already been a tag and mid-card champ. I do believe he will add a world title to that resume. With Smackdown, mid-carders like Kofi can grow.
BQ2: Honestly, if he did sign with WWE, I don't think he would had been brought up to the main roster right away like on TNA. Something tells me, he would had been a part of NXT. Thats just how WWE works. They don't just put the small guys on the main roster right away like most bigger talent, otherwise, I would be sure that Bryan Danielson would had been on Raw the minute they signed him. So McGuiness is a good wrestler, but something in my gut says he wouldn't had had as great a role on WWE as he already does in WWE. I mean, I would love to see that type of talent on WWE, but I think he is better off in TNA. Now thats a place for him to really show off his talent. I mean, look at Bryan's moveset at the moment. Its like what, 10% of his entire arsenal? And I think he will win the world title at some point, I mean, he has already been a contender for it. If TNA really does listen to the fans like they claim, they would had see in the votes that they wanted Desmond Wolfe to wrestle for the world title. I think TNA will deliver what the fans want.
BQ3: YES. I strongly believe this. Not only would it give a chance for guys like Evan Bourne and Chavo to excell, but it creates storylines and probably delievered some of the best matches ever. I think the most stupid thing WWE ever did was let Hornswoggle win the title and then vacant it for good. I'm not gonna lie, the crusierweight division was one of the top things that Smackdown offered that made it better then Raw. It was very successful and is a lot better then the divas title. For once, WWE should listen to TNA. Look how successful the X-Division is and at how many stars benefited from that. AJ Styles. Christopher Daniels, Samoa Joe. etc. Heck, it was the crusierweight division that made Rey the big star it is today. Plus, like most of the wrestlers you listed, most of them are minorities. The one problem WWE has right now is appealing to the minorities. Mexico and Japan have some of the greatest wrestlers that would suit the light weight division, and at the same time, they can make stars off it. So for me, Thats a huge Yes.