Who Has The Best Gimmick In WWE?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by 2nd City Saint, Jun 11, 2013.

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    I think Randy Orton.
     
  2. Gimmick huh....
    I'll go with Daniel Bryan's current "Weak link mentality" gimmick. It makes for interesting TV right now combined with his workrate and in ring ability.
    I'll also throw in Bray Wyatt and the family now that they are being teased for a main roster debut.
     
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  3. yeah, gimmick. got a problem?
     
  4. His gimmick is stale imo,he needs to reinvent himself.
     
  5. Nope. Non at all.
     
  6. Ambrose.
     
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  7. Best i say is Wyatt such a unusual gimmick handled well and does not look silly.
     
  8. Bray Wyatt is one of the only guys with a gimmick so him almost by default.
     
  9. John Cena.



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  10. Disagree. IMO Orton's 'boring asshole' gimmick is stale as fuck.

    Easy answer is Wyatt. Not many guys even have gimmicks these days
     
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  11. Definitely Wyatt.
     
  12. Does Vince McMahon have an "Evil Boss" Gimmick or is he just an Asshole? :kiss:
     
  13. The Undertaker his gimmick has lasted over 20 years.
     
  14. Undertaker has the greatest gimmick of all time.
     
  15. If we go by who's gimmick has had the biggest impact on the business then my vote had to go to Gorgeous George. The father of the arrogant and vane Heel gimmick.

    Without George we might not have had Buddy Rogers, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, The Miz, Dolph Ziggler or any other heel character of that nature. George invented that type of gimmicks.
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    Dude was such a boss he tended to stop matches to have his hair done.
     
  16. Sounds like my grandma.
     
  17. Don't know how anyone hasn't mentioned it yet but I think Sandow's gimmick is pretty good.
     
  18. AJ Lee, Wyatt, Ambrose, Rollins, Reigns, Daniel Bryan etc
     
  19. Maybe, but his 2013 gimmick is pretty weak. He is hardly 'the deadman' any longer. His gimmick is a shell of its former self.