At some point in your life someone you know, be it teachers or friends or other intellectuals have asked you the following question - "if you could have a dinner party with any three people alive or dead, who you invite?"
The WWE has attempted to answer their own similar question with the new WWE Network series, Table for 3. The concept is simple, and quite elegant by design. Three superstars gather around a table and discuss moments throughout their career or the industry in general, basically just have a good time in an intimate setting while we watch. What makes it even better is that even if the superstars and divas are discussing a specific moment, the series (as of yet) doesn't show any classic footage. The fans can decide if they want to seek out these classic moments on the network.
Clearly, in the PG era, the WWE is going to err on the side of caution and not allow Table for Three to be the kind of bombastic discussion show that it could be. But fans can dream, can't they? All kinds of wondrous combinations of threesomes can and should be paired up to give die-hard fans their valuable insights inside the business. So grab some grub and pull up a chair under the learning tree and enjoy the below fifteen pitches for Table for Three guests.
15 Kevin Dunn – Jim Johnston – Kerwin Silfies
14 Ric Flair – Arn Anderson – Tully Blanchard
13 Kane – Mark Henry – Big Show
12 Goldust – Stardust – Eden
11 Bayley – Sasha Banks – Charlotte
10 Rob Van Dam – Tommy Dreamer – Mick Foley
9 Bret the Hitman Hart – Jim the Anvil Neidhart – Natalya Neidhart
8 The Hardys – The Dudleys – Edge and Christian
7 Kevin Nash – Sean Waltman – Scott Hall
6 Finn Balor – Sheamus – Becky Lynch
5 Roman Reigns – Jimmy and Jay Uso
4 Shawn Michaels – Undertaker – Triple H
3 John Cena – The Rock – Stone Cold Steve Austin
2 Jim Ross – Michael Cole – Jerry Lawler
1 Vince McMahon – Eric Bischoff – Paul Heyman
The no-brainer for our number one would be the be all and end all of all epic discussions. The three most influential men in the history of business will sit down for a raucous caucus to dissect the biggest boom period in any sport, let alone wrestling. These three have never been together for an interview before and there is no better place to do it then a place where forks and knives are present, because these three have wanted at each other in the worst way. Fans would most want to see Heyman and Bischoff just go at it, as Bischoff could finally either confirm or deny to Paul E’s face whether or not Easy E stole ECW ideas or not.
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