Tossing Salt Presents:
Ultimate Wrestling Q&A
The Great Muta, The OC, Ryback & More
January 8, 2023
Let’s get this party started. It’s time to play catch-up, again. It’s the Ultimate Wrestling Q&A. Let’s do this.
Where should Nick Aldis go next?
Now that the former 2-time NWA World Champion is a free agent, my suggestion would be WWE if possible. With the recent injuries to Seth Rollins and AJ Styles, there is a void that needs to be filled by a solid, strong veteran who can be either face or heel and step right into the main roster with ease. Aldis could easily be that man. With Impact, it’s a been there/done that deal. And AEW would mean getting lost in the shuffle, a victim of Tony Khan’s inept booking. WWE would definitely be the best place for Aldis to go.
How would you like to see The Great Muta show up in WWE as part of the Royal Rumble match?
That would be awesome. Book it, Hunter.
Stone Cold Steve Austin versus Bill Goldberg at one of the WWE Saudi events. Would you like to see it happen?
This could be a good match to see, especially since they haven’t really been in the ring together for any matches, one on one. Saudi Arabia, with some brawling, a spear by Goldberg that only scores a two, some more brawling, and Austin with the stunner for the win. Book it, HHH.
Abdullah the Butcher versus Yokozuna. Who wins?
If there has to be a winner, I’d go with Yoko on this one.
AJ Styles will be out for a while with a broken ankle. How would you book The OC (Gallows & Anderson) and Mia Yim while AJ is out of action?
Just keep the fight going with The Judgement Day, with maybe Gallows & Anderson taking a few shots at the Bloodline, while Mia goes after Charlotte and her Women’s title until AJ is ready to return to action. Keep the OC busy with matches and in the mix as much as possible.
Who will have a better product this year: WWE or AEW?
AEW has some great wrestlers on their roster, but the booking is awful and all over the place. WWE has great wrestlers, plus consistent stories and solid booking that makes sense. WWE takes this one.
Who was the second-best worker in the history of the Four Horseman besides Ric Flair?
Steve “Mongo” McMichael. Just kidding, but prayers out to Mongo as he continues the fight against MLS. If Flair was the leader and top guy for the Horsemen, the second guy will always be Arn Anderson.
WWE has given up fighting Ryback over the name and trademark. Are you excited about a possible return to wrestling by The Big Guy?
If Ryback returns, we riot. I have absolutely no desire to ever see Ryback step inside a wrestling ring again, ever. He sucked back when he was an active performer and now, after being out of action for 5-6 years, he would still suck. Just my opinion of course, but I’m right. He sucks!
Naomi is expected to be back in WWE soon. Thoughts?
Where else is there for her to go? Really? Her best friend, Sasha, was at the top of the card and a draw. She can, and has, found a place outside of WWE to move on. Naomi was a mid-card talent at best, nothing special or outstanding, and aside from her marriage and relationship to the members of The Bloodline, has nothing to set her apart or make her relevant. WWE is pretty much her only option and if not for her family contacts, I doubt she’d even have that. She’s expected to be back in WWE. yawn Who cares?
King Kong Mosca, One Man Gang & Ox Baker versus The Elite (Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks). Who wins?
The big, mean, legit tough guys who could actually wrestle. The Elite would be demolished and oh, how sweet it would be.
And there you go. My thanks for reading. Comments, thoughts, and any questions are welcome and appreciated. And with that, I’m out of here. Thanks for your continued support. Take care and be well, my friends. I’ll see you at the matches.