Tossing Salt Presents:
Ultimate Wrestling Q&A
Triple H, Sonny Kiss, Second Generation Flops & More
March 6, 2022
It’s crazier than a booking meeting between Jim Cornette, Jim Herd, and Vince Russo. It’s the Ultimate Wrestling Q&A and it all starts now. Let’s do this.
So random thought… Khan buys ROH… Gonna need someone to run it… Triple H looks like he’s toast in WWE… Think Khan would offer him the chance to run it and would he do it?
I’m sure if the opportunity came up, Tony Khan would be more than happy to sit down with Triple H and have a discussion. That’s just common sense and good business. Would HHH be open to it and take a job working for AEW? It would mean essentially losing his family, his entire life as he knows it, and I think HHH would only do it if he had no other options at all. He might have “a discussion” if he and Khan just happened to run into each other and shared a beer or dinner, but so far as actually making a commitment to AEW and Khan, I don’t see that happening.
Worst second-generation wrestler ever?
Is it the legendary Nick Gulas? Is it David Flair? Kendall Windham? Bruce Hart? So many names are popping up in my head. Erik Watts? Renee Dupree? Camacho? That’s Haku’s son, by the way. Manu? Scott Putski? David Sammartino? Tamina? Cody Hall? Tim Zbyszko? Sim Snuka? Garrett Bischoff? As you can tell just by the names I’ve listed off the top of my head, the choices to answer this question are pretty numerous. I guess I’ll just go with Mike Graham from the old Florida territory. He wasn’t really so bad in the ring, but based on the many stories I’ve heard about him from people that have worked with him over the years, he was an absolute weasel. So, Mike Graham, it is.
So Ricochet just beat Sami Zayn for the IC title on Smackdown. What does this mean for Sami versus Knoxville at Wrestlemania?
As it was revealed later in the show, it’s still Sami versus Knoxville at Wrestlemania. As for Ricochet and the Intercontinental Championship, I expect he’ll be defending it in his own match at Mania, and given the way WWE thinks and has booked in the past, I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a multi-man ladder match to allow as many superstars on the card as possible.
Austin Theory will be the man fighting Pat McAfee at Mania. Good idea or not?
Well, we all knew it was going to be either him or Corey Graves, and of the two, I think Theory makes the most sense and is the better performer. So it’s a good move and I’m looking forward to it.
I looked on Google but found no answers. Was Sonny Kiss born a man or woman?
That’s a stupid and insulting question, but I’ll answer it anyway since no question is off-limits here. Sonny Kiss is was born, and is a man. He’s a very flashy and dare I say it, effeminate man, but I’m sure that if he was stripped searched, we’d find something hanging under those clothes. My question is, what does it matter anyhow? So long as he’s happy and not hurting anyone, more power to him. Go Sonny, go!
Bayley is still not cleared but will be shortly. Who do you want to see her face upon her return?
As it stands now, Bayley will probably not be back until after Wrestlemania. As for who she should wrestle with upon her return, Bayley versus Ronda Rousey would be good, as would Bayley versus Doudrop. Bayley versus Alexa Bliss is good too. So any of these three would be my first picks.
Who is the most pretentious wrestler in wrestling right now?
The definition of pretentious is as follows: attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc. than is actually possessed. Who fits that description better than current NWA World Champion Matt Cardona. It’s the very nature of his character, his presence on Twitter, and in every match or appearance, he makes. It’s actually quite entertaining though and really helping to get him over, more than ever before. In reality, he really has grown that much as a performer since being set free from WWE and expanding himself, so is he really as pretentious as he seems? Nope, but it’s a great gimmick and best for business, so we’ll go with it anyhow.
How would you book Jinder Mahal back to the top of the card?
It’s simple really. Just have him start winning the big matches, cutting out the stupid stuff, and booking him as the monster he’s very capable of being. The rest would just come naturally.
Does former WWE announcer Tony Chimel belong in the WWE Hall of Fame?
Chimel was a good ring announcer and is a nice guy, but if WWE is going to put ring announcers into the Hall of Fame, they should start with Lilian Garcia first. After she’s earned her kudos and is certainly as recognizable as The Fink was, having been the voice of WWE for so many years. At some point, Chimel could get an induction but do Lilian first, and a few commentators like Bob Caudle, Gordon Solie, and Lance Russell.
And there you go. My thanks for reading. Any comments, thoughts, or questions are welcome and appreciated. Until the next time, take care and be good. I’ll see you at the matches.