This is another question I've had noodling around my head for quite some time: who do people think is the most dangerous and unprofessional worker in wrestling? I've got a couple of ideas, that hopefully spell out what I'm thinking about:
- Low Ki - Having Chris Hero respond to a tweeted video of Low Ki kicking him with intense criticism, calling Ki's professionalism into question, has really made me look harder at the clips I see of Ki (and those clips look fucking dangerous in the first place!)
- Super Dragon - seeing clips of Super Dragon work, and the rate at which he drops MF'ers on their heads with no care, and his careless curb stomp (including stepping on El Generico's head, after delivering the move, and seeing the way Generico grabs his head is super uncomfortable to watch)
- Brain Damage - again, seeing clips of the way he went about his work is quite uncomfortable and cringe-worthy, as there certainly seems to be some danger in what he did.
Ryback is another one, but the argument that he wouldn't be paired up with John Cena as frequently as he was holds water - but Punk's condemnation of The Big Guy is being super stupid and clumsy doesn't portray him very well.
I'm inclined to say Low Ki, given the relative 'heights' he achieved in his career and the supposed (from appearances at least) danger his version of the double stomp, but man, Super Dragon is a real dick...