- The 6 man tag was really solid. Well crafted. Nice shine for Roman Reigns. Rey doesn’t look 100% but I hope that I’m wrong on that assumption. Rhodes Brothers have been great to watch.
No one should sleep on the potential of Dean Ambrose or Seth Rollins considering that Reigns is getting ample, fresh spotlight these days. Both Rollins and Ambrose are going to be top hands. I’d bet BBQ sauce on it.
Ambrose has always reminded me as having some Brian Pillman and some Roddy Piper in his personality. So, if Ambrose doesn’t get institutionalized (Only kidding) with those perceived personality traits, he’s going to be outstanding. A little of The Loose Cannon and some of Hot Rod equates to money to me. Rollins, from day one in NXT, has always reminded me of CM Punk and I’m not sure exactly why but I perceive that it’s a good thing nonetheless. Rollins match several weeks back from Daniel Bryan was one that I could watch every night.
It’s obviously enviable that the Shield will implode at some point to allow the three stars to evolve separately instead of keeping all three talented men in one entity. How, where, when it happens remains to be seen but the why is a no brainer especially when WWE needs to build quality depth. This isn’t the era of the Horsemen when talent depth wasn’t an issue.
- Anxious to see more of a vicious Bray Wyatt in the ring in the upcoming weeks. In the meanwhile, it’s been good to see Rowan and Harper get some quality, TV minutes.
- Although I’m personally not a big fan of the ‘Guest Host’ role on RAW when it occasionally rears its head, I thought that Michael Strahan was a good sport and handled the role well considering what he was asked to do.