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Discussion in 'Pro Wrestling Discussion' started by Batfish, Apr 22, 2017.
Been dead since Cena buried him.
Cody hasn't really proven to be anything super special (and I really like the kid), and I'd argue we didn't see a whole lot of Drew's potential until after he got released.
At the absolute worst he can work the same quality of match as Cody, and he's recently been WWE champion. That alone guarantees him good booking and money.
Don't u know. These days if ur upper mid card ur getting buried.
He needs to cut out the supernatural part of his gimmick.
It just doesn't work in this era.
Being a champion is being buried?
I think it can If done properly and protected
He was referring to getting jobbed out, to someone who was already bulletproof, when they were trying to simeltaneously build you as a monster heel. Made no sense then, just like it made no sense every other time they jobbed out someone to Cena/Trips/Orton, when they were trying build heat on that character.
Losing a match is a total burial right? Getting a big program with the franchise and having a special entrance with a live band is a complete burial.....I bet all those guys who have to show up at arenas who aren't used at all, pray for that kind of burial.
Wins and losses only matter when the promoter wants it too.
None of that matters if he can't beat anybody at the top not named Bryan.(He's been gone for over two years now by the way) He's lost just about every big match he's ever been in and giving him the title randomly after all that means absolutely nothing. The title NEVER makes the person and you know that.
You're trying to deflect the argument into "total burial" and for what? To prove that all those losses and all those rambling 15 minute promo's for nothing over the years had no effect what so ever on how people perceive him today?
Ya he should have beaten Cena at Mania when he was hot. He should have beaten Roman at least once. Now he's nothing but a dork and people couldn't care less about his promo's anymore. That has everything to do with the "all talk, no substance," losing over and over part.
As far as being legit in Kayfabe, he's done. Time to repackage him and give him a new direction. He's pretty much the WWE version of the boy who cried wolf.
NXT has enough big hairy dudes to keep his stable going.
30.39% winning record in the WWE
Face turn and he becomes 97 mankind.
Simple as that, he has a hot entrance still and that'll always be over.
Since the WWE owns the Bray Wyatt gimmick, I dont think he would do to well on the independant scene without it. I would pay money to see the son of a plumber, but cant see myself paying to see the son of IRS.
He doesn't own his name or gimmick.
That's jabroni city.
I don't see anything 'heel' about the dude unless cutting promos that make Donald Trump seem Socrates is being a heel.
What's Ray Briarthorn doing in the Impact Zone ?!?!?!
Name doesn't matter, his face and being a former WWE champion matter. Give him any name, let him cut creepy promos, and win titles, and he'll make money.
He'll soon be jobbing to manlet Balor.
all of his promos are the same and all of his matches are the same plus he isn't that great a worker
the only reason he's popular is because the IWC is obsessed with guys who are short or fat
Amazing wrestling talent and character, buried by Vince. Has the whole generational wrestler thing going.
Maybe Vince just has a hard time *PAYING HIS TAXES*