I see many people say managers should be prominent to help those who aren't gifted on the stick build feuds, and use their other talents to become candidates for main eventers. Other than Lesnar, who was the last wrestler to thrive from a good manager without being good at talking? Do you think it'd work as well now? I can't remember the last one to thrive. Zeb is managing Swagger, and he didn't thrive, but that's maybe the gimmick's fault and Swaggers. Cesaro hasn't had the booking or gimmick to thrive under it either, so it's harsh to bring him into the discussion. Is it enough now'adays? Do you NEED mic skills to ever become a main eventer? Can there ever be another Brock Lesnar/Heyman situation where someone like Brock can look like such a fucking star while sounding like an idiot? Mic skills have become more and more important in WWE as it evolves, is having a good speaking manager enough?