Heel Turn on James Ellsworth
Join Date: Oct 2007
Re: Chavo Guerrero's wrestling?
He doesn't have one redeeming quality about him other than his name, and his rode them coattails for far too long. His character at the minute sucks as one half of Los Stereotypicos and he hasn't had a memorable match in years. Is he solid? Yes. Is he useful in some capacity? Yeah I guess. Is he remotely interesting and does he posses one single quality that makes me give a shit about him? Hell no.
He doesn't deserve to be a tag team champion, and he has shown nothing over the past five or so years to deserve it. He's had lackluster, boring matches and there are people far more deserving of such a prominent role. is that down to booking? Yes, partly. But even so, he has never been a captivating and intriguing worker outside of his Los Guerreros run, which many (including myself) feel the majority of that success was down to Eddie.
All of this is evident and is painfully obvious to everybody, yet he refuses to try and reinvent himself and has been the same old Chavo Guerrero for the past 10+ years.
Chavo Guerrero's booking is what's been hurting him the most ever since he dropped the ECW Championship, which was a refreshing title run at the time in 2008. 2008 was the last year WWE did anything with him so of course he's going to fade and lose steam. If people really weren't that into him why did he constantly get reactions during his storylines? Like the constant "CHAVO SUCKS" from the crowd, he was doing something right to get those chants because he plays the sly, and crafty heelish role nicely. Is he as charismatic as The Rock or Stone Cold? No. Does that mean he doesn't display any? No. From 2002-2008 as long as he was involved in storylines, the guy got lots of heat from the crowd surely someone with no charisma whatsoever wouldn't be able to do this.