And? so has Kurt, and just because both of these guys knows how to counter stuff, doesn't mean they always will. I'm not knocking it, I'm just saying what significance does the AWA world heavyweight championship have of significance to the wrestling business today? as opposed to the business 20-30 years ago when it was actually active and competed for? I think it has a viable point in declaring a wrestler the greatest all-around wrestler ever, all-around which focuses on anything the wrestler has, such as, you guessed it.. promo skills, wrestling ability and what not. True, but Jeff Hardy isn't exactly lost behind a wagon when it comes to putting on decent wrestling matches, as opposed to simply putting on spotfests. Yet this match is still praised as one of the best wrestling matches in Wrestlemania history, and it was rated match of the year by PWI (yes I know, you don't like them.. well it's a perfect source if you need something to judge out from, and I'm pretty damn sure if you asked X, or KB they might be able to think rather decently about this match, I can just feel it. I'm not saying that a mat wrestling match equals greatest match ever, but seeing as Kurt Angle and Nick are both good technical wrestlers, therefore it's quite obvious that's where we're gonna draw our opinions from, and in the end, Kurt Angle's long range of moves (yes I'll use this again) is gonna be what will help him achieve victory over Nick Bockwinkel. Yet Chris was incredibly gifted technical wise in the ring. A headlock doesn't make a great technical wrestler, the thing you're quoting is merely to point out the fact that the differences between amateur and professional wrestling in the end isn't very big other than some incredibly flashy moves, but as I mentioned, the variation of throws and some of the more basic holds aren't any different, or very far a part between the two worlds. Not necessarily just doing that, but also the fact that they're writing articles about a specific business, you would consider that to be at least in the direction of expertise, but then again if it doesn't, I guess we can just go ahead and call Dave Meltzer a fraud, right?