By youngsters I didn't mean only one or two, but most of them.
And please name which Wrestlemania and don't forget the reason. Thank u!
Answer: The youngsters are more likely to start headlining WrestleMania once some of the older guys like Undertaker, HBK, HHH, etc. When they retire, lets think about who WWE will have left in the Main Event. Oh yeah Batista and Kane are also retiring shortly. Lets see you have Edge, Randy Orton, Chris Jericho, John Cena, Chrisitan, Jeff and Matt Hardy (If Jeff doesn't leave or get fired for drugs). CM Punk and John Morrison should start headlining WrestleMania. They are both extremely athletic and very talented. Punk and Morrison are both former World Champions. Morrison is a former ECW Champion. Punk is a former ECW Champion, World Heavyweight Champion, and 2 time Mr. Money in the Bank. Punk is also a Triple Crown Champion. Ted DiBiase and Cody Rhodes should be headling by WrestleMania 27. DiBiase and Rhodes are becoming very popular ever since they joined Legacy. With Orton leading them who knows how far those 2 young talented wrestlers can go.
We are seeing sudden retirements from the likes of Ponting, Dravid and Laxman, and players such as Tendulkar, Kallis and Jayawardene are coming close to retirement. Even Pietersen, Sehwag and Sangakarra don't have too much time left. We are already starting to see shifts in power between international sides as some lose their best players and others are starting to find theirs.
My question is, we have various young cricketers emerging, some in their late teens, others in their early-mid 20's. Do you see any of these youngsters being tomorrow's Tendulkar or Ponting? If so, would you care to name them? I'm mainly looking for guys who could potentially compile monumental career statistics.
Some of the candidates (FEEL FREE TO IGNORE THIS AND ANSWER THE QUESTION I JUST INCLUDED THIS FOR FUN):
Alistair Cook - Admittedly, he's been around for a while now, but with 23 test 100s at 27 years old he has already cemented himself as one of the best England have ever produced. He's been around for 6 years and he's still got a decade left of top level cricket, which could result in a fantastic record by the end of his career.
Virat Kohli - 24 years old and closing in on 4000 ODI runs. Still a bit of an unproven force in test matches but his ODI record is impressive.
Tim Southee - Also 24, Allan Donald said this guy could potentially be the best swing bowler in the world by the end of next year, and Dennis Lillee claimed he was the best young fast bowler he'd ever seen. Has only shown glimpses of his potential but he's shown in his last few tests that he still has it.
Kane Williamson - 22 years old, Next to Ross Taylor he is the only batsman in New Zealand who has shown the ability to score big test scores against quality opponents in test conditions, with centuries coming against India, South Africa and Sri Lanka, none of which were easy at all. Far from the finished product, his success would depend on the amount of tests NZ will have in the future, which currently doesn't look like a lot.
Umar Akmal - 22, needs more centuries but has been on the scene for what seems like a long time. Has massive potential but has yet to reach it at all.
Angelo Mathews - He's already hit 25 years old, but he still hasn't got too many big scores yet despite being more a batsman than an all-rounder these days. Can't help but feel he'll be the lone wolf in a very new looking Sri Lankan batting lineup in a few years.
Phil Hughes - 24 years old, Had an absolute nightmare against Chris Martin last year which got him kicked off the team but still meant to be Australia's next big thing. Some big FC stats which he hopes can be converted to international stats.
Darren Bravo - 23, and already one of West Indies best bats in test matches. I keep hearing people compare him to Viv Richards. Could probably do better in limited overs but has already turned out to be an impressive test player, and at the moment is probably the best in this list behind Cook.
Kemar Roach - 24, Windies' fast bowling blast from the past, still has yet to peak but is certainly one of their key bowlers.
Of course, I could be totally forgetting someone, these are just some ideas. So who do you think will be some of the best players in world cricket years from now?
Yeah okay, Amla, Clarke and du Plessis are good players but they're all in their 30's (well Amla's 29 but close enough). I'm looking for youngsters.
Also, Clarke has indicated he doesn't want to keep playing in to his mid-late 30's so he might also have just a few years left too, maybe up until the next world cup?
Oops my bad, du Plessis is 28 actually, but with his international career just having started does that leave him enough time? He's good but he's not quite Hussey.
YES silly me I forgot, one of you guys pointed out Finn, Pattinson and Cummins. Finn definitely, although Pattinson and Cummins are extremely fragile which could send them in the same direction of disappointment as Shane Bond.
@HotSpot Oh, don't worry if I've already written a name down, that's just my thoughts. I wanna know what everyone else thinks, even if it includes some of the names already mentioned.
Answer: Mathews (SL`s new captain in 3 weeks time)
Kohli (India `s best but have to improve his test record)
Dinesh Chandimal (Sri Lanka`s most talented young batsman)
Thirimanne (Sri Lanka`s classiest young batsman)
Pujara (next Dravid ? long way to go)
Umar Akmal (inconsistant but a massive talent)
Phil Hughes (Aus`s best young batsman)
Raina (He`ll become an ODI great but not so in Tests!)
Bowlers - Steve Finn , Pattinson , Cummins , Tim Southee and Kemar Roach
Unfortunately NO spinners !
Youngsters are not reading good books, instead, they are wasting their time in facebook, blackberries and bad movies.
Could it be the reason, they have such a very little vocabulary and cannot express themselves properly?
What is your opinion? What to you think?
Please, only answers from people 30 or older.
Answer: It's a lack of interaction. Parents abandon their kids to the electronic babysitters and they are not exposed to mature or adult conversation, so they don't learn new words and expand their vocabulary. It all comes down to the parents. They set the example for their children. If they don't read, the kids don't read. If they waste time on their cell phone and ignore them, so will the kids. The schools can only do so much, and unless the parents are involved with their kids with the school and the schoolwork, it's all pretty much for naught.
You can say that too much or too little of this or that is the cause, but the parents are the ones in control of it, so the fault lies squarely on their shoulders and nowhere else.
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