Roman > A+ > Deanetty
In the US, UK, and Worldwide
holy shit batista was more over too in 2013 when Daniel bryan won
of course he was. batista is one of the most over guys all time. haitch crumbling to smark peer pressure and pushing dbry killed the fucking company. dave could have had one last big wwe run but no, give it to the glassman that fucked the WWEWHC title right up from the get go
>Batista is one of the most over guys all time
Not really. He's pretty over, about the same level of Rey Mysterio despite being four times Rey's size. But he's never been super mega over.
The gap between guys at that level and Cena is huge. You're letting lust cloud your judgment.
No harm, no foul. I actually found some workers who legitimately spiked past Cena. I don't know whether this graph is sad, interesting, or just blotches of colour.
ufc PPVs are big events because they star the same guy once every 3, 4 or more months and thats the only time you get to see them. anyways brock is still the biggest draw for ufc , ufc 100
He's not wrong. Look at daniel bryan now. Him winning the belt literally did nothing good for the wrestling business.Yes it was a feel good moment but where is he now? Smarks literally made him retire sooner than he wanted
It's about what you'd expect. Austin isn't really in the public eye that much, but Rocky's movies get him plenty of attention.
Batista is a popular word in dirtspeak, which might cloud the results a little. Best to do that one again but search for Batista as a wrestler/whatever Trends lists him as rather than just the search term.
>there are people who genuinely use google trends as a metric for how over someone is