Are your knickers a bit twisted up your ass? Of course RobTZ you agree for obvious reasons!
But anyway, you don't like anyone questioning The Great Foggy? lol. Your bag of insults don't hide 1 glaring fact so let me tell you about Russell(Mr. Daytona who crashed and remounted AND still beat Foggy at Daytona), Kocinski, Colin, and Bayliss - THEY ALL HAD THE GUTS TO GO TO MOTOGP UNLIKE FOGGY. The reason Foggy is the greatest WSBK is because that's all he did full time. He stayed on the porch and didn't go run with the big dawgs. If Polen, Russell, Edwards, Kocinski, or Bayliss wanted to only do WSBK than maybe they would have done 220 races and have 4 titles too. But they won it and moved on. Colin hasn't raced WSBK since 2002 - imagine the stats he would have if he didn't want to swim with the big fish in the big pond and cherry picked in WSBK for the past 8 years.
But like I said, considering Foggy's success on the Roads I'm good with saying he is the best WSBK rider.
See unlike some riders from some countries, WSBK isn't a goal or career job for American riders and never has been. It's only used as a stepping stone to GPs and if GPs doesn't work out they would rather do something else than WSBK.
And please live KRJR and Nicky out of this - they are MotoGP Champions. I thought we were talking about WSBK? And saying stuff like "lets take a little look at the riders of the post Schwantz era" makes me think you want to talk GPs and ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS "let's took a look at the riders of the post Sheene" era and it would be 30 years of nothing worth looking at. Don't start stuff you can't finish...
And last time I checked it was a Jap chap winning BSB whenever he rolls out of bed so don't try to berate the AMA for formly having an Aussie champ. Last time I checked the guys who last beat him have a MotoGP and a WSBK title - enough said.