There could be only one. From the time the first bell was struck, there could be only one. One star that consumes our hearts. If your love is the world of pro wrestling, there can be only one. One star from any era that made you explode out of your seat, that one wrestler that could literally force you to hate the performer standing across the apron.
Hogan or The Warrior? Flair or Dusty? The Rock or Stone Cold? “The Man” Becky Lynch or Kofi-Mania? Sometimes, these megastars are pitted against each other in the ring. Other times, they have absolutely no assimilation at all. There can be only one superstar that, to you, was “over.” Being “over,” as they say, is far rarer than one may assume. Being “over” can be fleeting, like a whisper in the wind. Also being “over” is very unpredictable and can disappear in an instant or worse turn into something else.
The audience of pro wrestling is a living and breathing organism and, at one time, was an important part of the experience that is wrestling. Much the same as it is to an individual fan holds true to the heartbeat of the wrestling universe. There can be only ONE.
This situation is all too real right now, two organically “over” megastars have arisen over the last year.