Originally Posted by Kid Kablam
He was a good wrestler, but never a great one. He knew plenty of moves and he was agile and moved well, but I never really saw him put it all together into great matches. It took him much longer to improve compared to the other Radicals, and even then he was clearly their weakest member.
It is a shame that WWF/E had no idea what to do with the group. It had a lot of promise going in, but other than Eddie and Benoit, it fizzled.
Didn't Eddie get injured in his first match on Raw? That might've caused them to change their plans for the group as imo Eddie would've/should've been the leader of the group since he had by far the best mic skills of the 4.