Again, I don't say he was bad or not good, just not great. I agree he and Gorilla had a lot of chemistry.
I didn't think he was "great" because he was just too over the top and it came across as a bit forced and phony at times.
"Nobody had close to the natural wit he had, nobody,..."
But to me that was a bit of the problem for me. To me it came across as him trying to be a bit too clever and funny.
Now, to show how The GOAT (Greatest of All Time) handled ridiculous angles, I submit Lance Russell showing how to get over a funny angle without making it as cheesy as Heenan did most of the times.