[size=xx-small]Well they're both blonde I suppose. [/size] The limousine riding, jet flying kiss stealing brother watches whilst girls wooooooo vs the showoff. Now everyone is free to debate me but where does this idea come from that Dolph is the next Flair? It's logical from a technical and selling standpoint sure, both are masters of the oversell. However people are saying Flair should manage Dolph as their characters would mesh so well and sadly I don't see it that way. Flair to me wasn't arrogant like Dolph is, he represented the champion's lifestyle. You couldn't be a common man and the best in the world, you needed to million dollar suits, the rolexs and of course alligator shoes. [size=xx-small]What time is it ? It's Rolex time [/size] Now let's compare this to Dolph, he doesn't place much interest in how much he's presented he just wants to steal the show and have people respect him for his athletic acheivments. Flair was about looking and acting like a champion whilst Dolph wants to prove he's the best in the wrestling world, same motive different character principles. Now who do I feel are better fits? Dolph Ziggler and Shawn Michaels HBK was the embodiment of athletic star who got you out of your seat, DZ is paying homage to him more than Flair IMO. Everything even down to the casual presentation points to the similarities here, he'll let his athleticism speak for it's self without the flash of Flair. Ric Flair and The Miz (heel) This is more from a presentation point of view, Miz showed what a champion should look for with his suits and mannerisms he's showing how a champion should represent himself. This isn't solely about how they dress rather how they'll use that dress code as an extension of the character they're portraying, it's the first visual cue you can take so must be the most important. So if you find Flair and Ziggler a strong character mesh, why?