You may not find Booker entertaining but many others do. Christian may be a better in ring competitor but Booker isn't exactly shit. Go watch his best of 7 series in WCW with Chris Benoit. The stuff Booker did with Goldust is more entertaining then anything Christian ever did. Booker's stuff with Stone Cold was classic entertainment as well. Christian was in TNA during the prime of his career, while Booker was in TNA during his mid 40's and the twilight of his career. They also met one on one in TNA and you know who came out on top? Booker. Like I said in my previous post, Booker was 9-2-1 in his career vs Christian in one on one matches. It's kind of hard to be a "transitional" 4 time world champion (his 5th WCW title reign came in WWE). And is your argument really that while Booker was a main eventer, Christian was in a popular tag team? That's what your going with? How about when Booker came to the WWE and even though he basically had to start over once the Invasion angle ended, he still made it to the top faster then Christian who had been in the WWE for a few years at that point. You mean a tag team match that involved 5 other people? I'm not finding the relevance. Booker was never lower then Christian at any point in the WWE. After his tag team stint with Goldust, Booker was always in the upper mid card and making appearances in the main event. Booker was a 3 time US champion and a 1 time IC champion in WWE. Christian was a 3 time IC champion. Christian won the world title twice for a total of 30 days, while Booker's world championship reign lasted 126 days. You talk about Christian being almost unbeatable in TNA? According to profightdb, Booker had a better winning % in TNA then Christian did. You mean that match where Christian lost to Randy Orton? Yea, that's really going to win him a lot of votes here. And people who think Booker doesn't have much experience in hardcore matches are dead wrong. Don't forget that Booker was a main eventer in WCW's last couple years where almost every match had a gimmick. Booker was in cage matches, a boot camp match, an ambulance match, a San Francisco 49er Box match (look it up). He has defeated guys like Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome (ECW original), and Kevin Nash in those matches. In the WWE he holds a first blood match victory over Steve Austin, steel cage and no dq victories over Big Show, an extreme rules victory over RVD, falls count anywhere victory over Kane, and he has been involved in plenty of other hardcore type matches as well. Booker is the bigger star, he has had more success in the industry, and he has had plenty of hardcore experience and defeated some big names in those types of matches. People are putting way too much stock in Christian because it's in the ECW region. Booker T wins and moves his record to 10-2-1 over Christian.